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The Wall Street Journal

‘Delayed Response’ Review: A Better Way to Wait

December 04, 2018 American Studies

Technological advances have imposed new expectations for productivity that make us feel we have less time than we had before. Emily Bobrow reviews “Delayed Response” by Jason Farman.

"The Poet X” Marks the Spot

December 03, 2018 English

Alum wins National Book Award for Young People's Literature.

Not Doing it By the Book

December 03, 2018 English

Exploring the history and potential of books in new, hands-on lab.

Resonate

Chinese Immigrant Uses WeChat to Win Seat in Maryland Statehouse

November 29, 2018 American Studies

A Chinese immigrant used WeChat to rally support for her state delegate campaign.

Harper's Magazine

Preservation Acts

November 26, 2018 Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities

Toward an ethical archive of the web.

$12 Million Grant to Improve Access to Chronic Disease Care in Maryland

November 26, 2018 Communication

Linda Aldoory will lead a health communications team in partnership with the Prince George's County Health Department.

The Atlantic

The Tyranny of ‘Sorry for My Delay’

November 21, 2018 American Studies

A communications scholar reflects on what gets lost in a culture that prizes speed.

Aljazeera

Saudi Arabia Post-Khashoggi: Business As Usual?

November 17, 2018

Communication professor Sahar Khamis contributes to The Listening Post's discussion on how after Khashoggi's killing, Saudi Arabia has tightened its grip on media and public discourse.

The Writer's Bloc

Azure: A No Judgment Show On Campus

November 16, 2018 The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

On Nov. 13, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center offered Azure, a show without rules, where kids of all different abilities were free to be kids.

Writer, Teacher, Activist and Voice for Caribbean History

November 14, 2018 English

Merle Collins combines scholarship, literature and activism in research about Louise Langdon Norton Little, the mother of Malcolm X.