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Dr. Chris Dowd, Professor of Video Games As Literature.

English Class Uses Video Games to Teach Literature

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer October 31, 2018

After seeing the success of video game-related classes at other schools, University of New Haven English professor and chair Christopher Dowd, decided it was time to bring one here. The course, “Video...

Dr. Sloane: From Edison to Twain

Dr. Sloane: From Edison to Twain

Catherine Cinque, Staff Writer February 6, 2018

For his nearly 400 books on American humor, there’s one book that isn’t yet on Dr. David E.E. Sloane’s shelves, his biography on a famous ancestor, Thomas Edison. Sloane is the great grandson of...

Postcards from Prato

Jessica Sullivan April 8, 2015

Ciao, I don’t think I’ve ever needed to catch up on sleep as much as I did after Spring Break. I needed a vacation from vacation. I was excited to be back in Prato, though, because on Mondays, I...

From Print to Screen: Authors Display Multimedia Poetry at Honors Event

Patricia Oprea October 17, 2012

When one thinks of poetry, thoughts of Shakespeare may come to mind: non-understandable words written using techniques such as ‘iambic pentameter.’ Poetry, however, is a vastly growing field that transcends...

Organization Spotlight

Elizabeth Field September 12, 2012

THE ELM CITY REVIEW The Elm City Review is an organization at the Unviersity of New Haven, under the English Department, whose goal is to spread the importance of literature and other creative works...

Sigma Tau Delta’s World Book Night

Ashley Johnson May 2, 2012

In celebration of World Book Night, Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society on campus, handed out brand new copies of The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, The...

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