Students in Rob Doggett’s Enterprises: Editing Yeats Fall 2018. Maud Gonne portrait via Wikimedia Commons. No known copyright restrictions.
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.
This is a private group whose members can test CBOX, CP, and other aspects of the site.
A group for thinking about directions in contemporary poetry
New tools for scholarship, new modes of communication, new forms of organization, same old humanity.
We talk film. Creative Commons-licensed avatar courtesy of Mr. Wabu .
Open Humanities @ SUNY Geneseo is open to all students and faculty at SUNY Geneseo with an interest in the humanities. The website provides a space for sharing teaching materials and course content, discussing […]
All sections of ENGL 203 Reader and Text
A group for students and faculty interested in all things medieval.
A group for cross-disciplinary discussion of topics related to Irish history, literature, and culture.
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.
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.
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.
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