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Some of the Renaissance’s most romantic love poems weren’t for lovers

Shannon McHugh, UMass Boston As poets have demonstrated for centuries, a sonnet for your beloved never goes out of...

Literature inspired my medical career: Why the humanities are needed in...

Irène Mathieu, University of Virginia While there is a long history of doctor-poets – one giant of mid-20th-century poetry,...

Rhyme and reason – why a university professor uses poetry to...

Ricardo Martinez, Penn State Uncommon Courses is an occasional series from The Conversation U.S. highlighting...

William Wordsworth and the Romantics anticipated today’s idea of a nature-positive...

Jonathan Bate, Arizona State University Musical performances usually happen in concert halls or clubs, but famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma...

Why I teach a course connecting Taylor Swift’s songs to the...

Elizabeth Scala, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts Unusual Courses is...

How a poet and professor promotes racial understanding with lessons from...

Quraysh Ali Lansana, Oklahoma State University Quraysh Ali Lansana is the director of the Center for Truth, Racial Healing...

‘Laugh right in its face’ – a poet reflects on her...

Rachel Hadas, Rutgers University - Newark During the two years of intermittent lockdown, writers had plenty of time to...

How poetry can help people get through hard times – 4...

Alvin Buyinza, The Conversation When Russia invaded Ukraine, Ukrainian American writer Ilya Kaminsky’s poem “We Lived Happily During the...

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