Part I: Homosexuality in Victorian Britain Most people would agree that the Victorian era was not an ideal time in history to be homosexual. Not only was homosexuality considered a sin and a taboo, but homosexual acts between men were explicitly illegal. Men who were caught, or accused of, having sexual relations with other men […]
Children. You love them or you loathe them. Without children, there would be no adults. Likewise, without adults, there would be no children. So where in this cycle does Jennifer Egan’s novel A Visit From the Goon Squad happen to fall? Egan focuses on children in a subtle but big way throughout her novel. The relationships that […]
UWGB is proud to recognize three of our own undergraduate students as HASTAC Scholars! Cole Heyn Katie Hobbs Rebecca Rasmussen
UWGB Student Kerrie Sutton has an essay in the new issue of The Yale Journal for the Humanities in Medicine. This work of creative nonfiction details Kerrie’s experience as the recipient of organ donation, as well as her reflections about writing a letter to the family of the deceased donor.