Human Rights and Social Justice Film Festival one of the highlights of International Education Week at Miami
In observance of International Education Week this past November, Miami's Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC) collaborated with the Center for American and World Cultures (CAWC) and Global Initiatives to host a number of events and activities
Literary London 2017 offers new courses and internship opportunities in one of the world's cultural capitals
Literary London, a summer study abroad program housed in the Department of English, will offer internships next year alongside courses on Jane Austen and William Shakespeare, according to program director and associate professor of English Kaara Peterson
His/Her/Hirstory Symposium addresses key election issues related to women
On Election Day 2016, as many Americans were turning out to the polls, participants in the His/Her/Hirstory Symposium discussed various projects related to women, the presidential election, and other hot topics
MU Press author Lawrence Coates launches CAMP OLVIDO and visits capstone
Lawrence Coates, winner of the 2015 Miami University Press Novella Prize and author of five books, visited campus on Wednesday, November 4 to launch his novella Camp Olvido and give a lecture to the undergraduate Creative Writing capstone course on how to brainstorm a novel. 
Interdisciplinary scholar and writer Minh-Ha T. Pham to discuss the impact of Asian "superbloggers" on fashion, gender, and race
Minh-Ha T. Pham, an assistant professor of media studies at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, will visit Miami on Thursday, Oct 27 to present her lecture entitled "The Digital Democratization of Fashion – or Nah?: How Asian Superbloggers Are and Aren't Changing the Fashion Industry"
Visiting scholar emphasizes the impact of coding on English studies
Annette Vee, assistant professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh, talked to students and faculty about the power of code. During her presentation on Monday, Oct 17, Vee gave a brief overview of the history of literacy and coding, and talked about its presence today.
Lit London students strengthen resumes in UK
This past summer, Miami University students gained international work experience through the Literary London study abroad program. For the first time in its 11-year history, Literary London offered its students the opportunity to intern with employers in London, England. 
Miami takes on the art of translation
On September 12th, Miami University held the third annual Symposium on Literary Translation, an event that highlights the work done by translators to bring prose and poetry from other languages and cultures into English.
English/Film Studies Course Introduces Large Lecture Format to Students
Miami English department’s ongoing plan of creating large lecture style classes was put into action this fall. The department chose to try this format in the hopes of engaging more students.