On Thursday, September 29, up-and-coming slipstream author Carmen Maria Machado came to Stevenson University to host a creative writing Master Class as well as read her new short story “Blur” which one student described as “layered and mysterious”....Click here to read more.
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English Language and Literature News
On Sunday, September 25, two Stevenson creative writers joined writers from nine other Baltimore colleges and universities at the Baltimore Book Festival’s third annual University Writers’ Showcase, sponsored by the Ivy Bookshop. ...Click here to read more.
Welcome to a new year at Stevenson English! As the year begins, we’ll be profiling students and faculty who are working in innovative areas in English, including Digital Studies. In the excerpt below, Stevenson senior English major Marcus Tucker explains the impact of virtual reality technology on his classroom experience in “Introduction to Digital Publishing,” a new course taught by Assistant Professor Amanda Licastro. Dr. Licastro’s use of virtual reality in the classroom was recently featured in The Baltimore Sun....Click here to read more.
English Club Experiences
The Amish Project
By Kelsey Hamilton
On April 15th, English Club attended a showing of The Amish Project at the Greenspring Inscape Theatre. The play was filled with raw emotion, sensational acting and timely topics. These topics include the Amish community, the media, and family relationships that all seem to fall apart because of one major event....Click here to read more.
By: Kelsey Hamilton
On March 5th, English Club went to see “The Shape of Things," at play held at Stevenson University’s Blackbox Theatre, for their last showing. The play was spectacular. It had a really intense story-line combined with great acting and showmanship. The set was a “round about,” which forces the actors to move around on stage and pay attention to the directions they are facing. ...Click here to read more.