January 25, 2022
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Q&A: Professor publishes essay on nature in medieval writing

By | Oct 27, 2020

Michael Twomey, retired Charles A. Dana professor of humanities and arts at Ithaca College, published an essay based on medieval encyclopedias. 


Q&A: Professor writes about gender in early modern seascapes

By | Feb 13, 2020

Dyani Taff, lecturer in the Department of English, is writing a book that shows how early modern writers used seascapes to analyze gender and power.


New Voices Literary Festival spotlights rising writers

By | Apr 5, 2017

Henderson described “The Short Short” as a marathon: The two-hour event kept flowing until all the readers finished sharing their stories.


On the Verge takes staged reading on the road

By , | Oct 6, 2015

On the Verge, a staged reading performance group at Ithaca College, will perform Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” at 6 p.m. Oct. 8 at the Handwerker Gallery.


A tale of 200 years

By | Mar 30, 2012

There are bricks instead of cobblestones, Asian cuisine rather than porridge and sustainable dormitories in the place of decaying tenements. Ithaca may be a few centuries and an ocean away from Charles Dickens’ London, but that won’t stop Ithaca College’s English Department from celebrating his life and work this spring.