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Recently released Redefining Irishness in a Coastal Maine City, 1770-1870: Bridget’s Belfast by Kay Retzlaff

Kay Retzlaff, Professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta, recently published Redefining Irishness in a Coastal Maine City, 1770Read More

Author Talk with Alan Derosby

UMA Libraries, Student Support & Development, Student Life, and the Holocaust and Human Rights Center present a talk from localRead More

20th Annual Plunkett Maine Poetry Festival

Featuring Keynote Poet Reginald Dwayne Betts April 29, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. Fireside Lounge in Randall Student Center, UMA AugustaRead More

Exploring Race and Social Justice Series

This event series explores the academic theme of race and social justice through a variety of topics. Each event isRead More

Wham! Bang! Pow! Exhibit in Randall Student Center

The ART/ENG/INT 330 Graphic Storytelling in Form and Practice class has mounted student projects on the first floor on Randall,Read More

UMA Student Art on display in Augusta

Collaborative English and Art class adapts excerpt of mid-century author Louise Dickinson Rich’s memoir through graphic storytelling 208 Water Street,Read More

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 herRead 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 andRead 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 missionRead More