Professor Mary Fuller discusses ethics and AI with MIT SHASS News

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Professor Mary C. Fuller is head of the MIT Literature section. She works on the history of early modern voyages, exploration, and colonization. She is also interested in material books…

Literature student Ivy Li ’20 adapts The Faerie Queene into a visual comic

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A comic about forgotten heroes Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene is a book-length poem by a contemporary of Shakespeare that combines national epic, chivalric romance, and moral allegory. From 1596…

Karin Coonrod Envisions a Medieval Heroine for Modern Times

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The innovative theater director discusses Judith and her CAST residency with Professor Diana Henderson By Connie Blaszczyk All hail Judith, the female Beowulf! The medieval heroine gets a fresh reboot…

Stephanie Frampton’s new book explores the written word in the Roman world

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Associate Professor of Literature Stephanie Frampton was recently featured in MIT News to discuss her recently published book, Empire of Letters, now available through Oxford University Press. Read the full…