Alumnus shares his poetry with students in multiple languages
Alumnus Glade Meyer visited an Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition class to share his own poetry, which is written in multiple languages.
Amber Caron: Revision and History
USU fiction writing instructor Amber Caron shares her writing process foundations and offers insight into how to grow as a writer.
Bookshelf - How Did World War I Change Us?
Hundreds of thousands of young men died in combat or sickness in a war so catastrophic and unthinkable and sweeping that their mothers and buddies called it simply The Great War.
Bookshelf - Professor Paul Crumbley on Emily Dickinson
English prof edits two journals on Dickinson, the anti-celebrity and environmentalist.
Bookshelf 2020 through 2022
A list of the books recently published by faculty in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Bookshelf Spring 2019
A list of the books published by faculty of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences over the past school year.
Bookshelf: Sky Songs
Jennifer Sinor’s Essays on Loving a Broken World - In these essays Sinor takes us through the mountains, deserts, and rivers of the West and along with her travels to India.
Bookshelf: Willa Cather and E.M Forester Transatlantic Transcendence
USU Uintah Basin’s professor of English, Alan Blackstock, in collaboration with Roman & Littlefield, Willa Cather, and E.M. Forester published a book titled Transatlantic Transcendentalism.
CHaSS Book Talks Recognize Faculty Research
A new series was recently introduced to promote the creative work and research conducted in the college. The CHaSS Book Talk series was designed to help facilitate a more robust intellectual community among faculty, staff, and graduate students, centering...
Getting Expert Alumni Advice
Alumni Sharee Haggan came back to give advice to students about making a meaningful network for a professional career.
Liberalis Fall 2016: Featured Articles
The Featured Articles of the Fall 2016 issue of Liberalis, a biannual publication from Utah State University College of Humanities and Social Science.
Liberalis Spring 2016: Featured Articles
Featured articles from the Spring 2016 edition of Liberalis, a biannual publication from Utah State University College of Humanities and Social Science.