Rachel Havrelock Quoted in New Jersey Jewish News

Rachel Havrelock, associate professor of English and Jewish studies, commented on the impact of colonialism's oil politics on the Middle East during her talk for the Ruth and Alvin Rockoff lectures at Rutgers's University.

Cris Mazza Soon to Release Memoir

NewCity's Fall literature preview features the forthcoming memoir, Something Wrong With Her (Jaded Ibis Productions), by Cris Mazza, UIC professor of English and director of the Program for Writers.

AP Reports Reeve's Pushcart Prize

The Associated Press reported on Roger Reeves, UIC assistant professor of English, being named a recipient of the Pushcart Prize, which honors select works of poetry, short fiction, and essays published by small literary magazines or small presses around the world.

Gerald Graff Quoted by Inside Higher Ed

Gerald Graff, professor of English, is quoted by Inside Higher Ed in an article exploring the theories behind a decline in women in the humanities, particularly attributing the decrease to women finding more opportunities in the sciences and other fields.

Deirdre McCloskey Receives Julian L. Simon Memorial Award

Deirdre McCloskey, distinguished professor of economics, English, history and communications, was selected as the recipient of Competitive Enterprise Institute's (CEI) prestigious Julian L. Simon Memorial Award.