A group for SUNY Geneseo students interested in American Studies. Group avatar adapted from ”Spatial Possibilities and Interdictions” by Mingxiu Lin on Flickr. Creative Commons CC-BY 2.0.
A group for cross-disciplinary discussion of topics related to Irish history, literature, and culture.
A group for thinking about directions in contemporary poetry
All sections of ENGL 203 Reader and Text
A group for students and faculty interested in all things medieval.
Group project for ENGL 425 Enterprises: Editing Yeats Fall 2018 with Prof. Doggett. Group avatar photo credit: George Charles Beresford [public domain] via Wikimedia Commons.
Students in Rob Doggett’s Enterprises: Editing Yeats Fall 2018. Maud Gonne portrait via Wikimedia Commons. No known copyright restrictions.
SUNY Geneseo Writers. We’re sharing our writing with each other. Group avatar courtesy of Frank Kovalchek on Flickr.
A group for discussing all aspects of speculative fiction, a term that, though it is often seen as synonymous with science fiction, can include other types of genre fiction.
Group avatar adapted from ”A […]
A group for students in INTD 105, Critical Writing and Reading, and other courses with a focus on writing fundamentals.
New tools for scholarship, new modes of communication, new forms of organization, same old humanity.
A group for discussing how we teach English at SUNY Geneseo.
Avatar: An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650) from The Public Domain Review.
A group for writers and readers of creative nonfiction.
Avatar: Stereoscopic image of Genesee Upper Falls, Rochester, NY (c. 1875). P.B. Bradley, Photographer. From the New York Public Library Digital Gallery.
We talk film. Creative Commons-licensed avatar courtesy of Mr. Wabu .
NeuWrite/Edu, SUNY Geneseo’s partnership with NeuWrite.org, is a collaborative working group for scientists, writers, and those in between which develops novel approaches for communicating science to the public in […]
SUNY Geneseo students studying and reporting from abroad. Avatar photo credit: Iceland, 1756. Jacques-Nicolas Bellin [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Glenn McClure and students finding music in the Antarctic ice.
Maps and storytelling
Zachary Muhlbauer and Ariana Dipreta, editors.
A group open to all students and faculty in SUNY Geneseo’s Western Humanities sequence. Share teaching materials and course content; discuss ideas in blogposts, forums, and (coming soon) the margins of Humanities […]