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Lunch and Learn talk with Poet and Activist Maya Williams

Lunch and Learn with Maya Williams, Portland’s Poet Laureate. Wednesday, October 6, 12 – 1. Ms. Williams will share her poems and her passion about social justice and mental health. … Read More

Faculty Highlights | Sarah Hentges, Our ‘Positive Obsession’

Sarah Hentges, Associate Professor of American Studies, published “Our ‘Positive Obsession’: Teaching Interdisciplinary American Studies through Octavia Butler’s Life and Work,” a chapter in Teaching American Studies: The State of … Read More

WICCD Annual Awards | 2021

Each academic year the WICCD award is given to a student, faculty, and staff member who each embody WICCD’s mission in their work—a commitment to women, gender, and sexuality while … Read More

Baron Wormser to provide keynote and reading at Plunkett Poetry Festival | April 30

Annual Plunkett Maine Poetry Festival presents a hybrid event of visual and literary arts on April 30, 2021 Baron Wormser to provide keynote and reading Join this Virtual event on … Read More

UMA and UNE – Maine’s Mid-Century Moment Bicentennial Webinar Event: Maine Women Writers Panel | Nov 6

Mid-Century Maine Women Writers Panel In partnership with the University of New England’s Maine Women Writers Collection (MWWC), the University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) will bring together a distinguished … Read More

ENG Research Conference – April 17, 2020

This day-long conference will feature panels by students in any ENG class. Lunch Keynote will be Jaed Coffin. Coffin is the author of A Chant to Soothe Wild Elephants (Da … Read More

Concert by Resinosa Ensemble to feature works of UMA Faculty Ellen Taylor and Richard Nelson | Oct. 19

AUGUSTA – A Forest of Glass, a Kaleidoscope, a Dream is a new composition by UMA Professor of Music Richard Nelson which sets to music three poems by UMA Professor of English … Read More