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AI won’t replace teachers anytime soon, but it can be used for language learning and teaching, explains Rob Reynolds.
Matt Bell plants conversations about writing with new novel.
At the English Reading Series, Danielle Dubrasky shared passages from her book of poetry, Drift Migration.
Professor Matthew Wickman encourages thoughtful questions with his new spiritual memoir.
Wickman awarded for his efforts in exploring faith through literature.
Worried about grad school? Learn what the director of the MLA had to say about finding the right program for you.
Christopher Blythe releases book on the holy texts of Latter-day Saint break-off groups.
You can do more with a humanities degree than waiting tables at a local café. What does that reality actually look like?
ERS author Toni Jensen shares writing techniques from her recent memoir.
Jon Ostenson gave the first annual Britsch Citizenship Lecture.
Learn about the various student journals in the College of Humanities and how you can join them!
English Reading Series presenter Maira Kalman inspires creators.