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Student interns are key players in nationally recognized Melville Marginalia Online

Student interns are key players in nationally recognized Melville’s Marginalia Online

Get Involved! and find out about opportunities through student organizations, internships, and social media.

The Hemingway Literary Center

The Idea of Nature is a public lecture series organized by Professor Samantha Harvey that brings an interdisciplinary focus to the environment. Find out about nationally acclaimed speakers who will visit campus this spring by clicking here, or download recordings of past lectures.

Melville’s Marginalia Online offers upper-division students the unique opportunity to work as interns with Professor Steven Olsen-Smith on a nationally-recognized digital edition of the marked and annotated books that survive from Herman Melville’s library.

In the Medieval Drama Guild, students team with community actors and musicians to produce medieval entertainment

In the Medieval Drama Guild, students team with community actors and musicians to produce medieval entertainment

Shake-It-Up After School is a collaboration between Title I elementary schools and Professor Matthew Hansen’s undergraduate Shakespeare courses. Your own delight in literature will grow as you help children read, discuss, rehearse, and perform a Shakespeare play.

The Medieval Drama Guild offers students an active way to learn about medieval culture. Professor Linda Marie Zaerr brings together students and community musicians, actors, and technical specialists to produce medieval entertainment for the community.

Lit for Lunch