Faculty Publication: White Pants

Wendy MacLeod, James Michael Playwright-in-Residence/Professor of Drama, will present her play “White Pants” as part of PERIOD PIECE, showing during the month of April. Each evening of this production will feature a cast of 12 unique performers and her play will be presented the first night, on April 12th. Filled with humor, honesty and aContinue reading “Faculty Publication: White Pants”

Faculty Publication: Tidal-Lingualism

Orchid Tierney, Assistant Professor in English, has published a piece with Annulet: A Journal of Poetics in its biannual publication titled “Tidal-Lingualism: On Craig Santos Perez’s “from tidelands.”” It can be read in its entirety online. Excerpt Don Mee Choi proposes that “translation is a map, a mode that can trigger endless crossings from oneContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Tidal-Lingualism”

Faculty Award: Top 100

Bruce Hardy, Professor of Anthropology, has received accolades for his research article Direct evidence of Neanderthal fibre technology and its cognitive and behavioral implications. The article received 47,080 article downloads in 2020, placing it as one of the top 100 downloaded papers for Scientific Reports in 2020.  Professor Hardy and his co-authors, M.-H. Moncel, C.Continue reading “Faculty Award: Top 100”

Faculty Publication: Chemical recycling

Yutan Getzler, Associate Professor of Chemistry, co-published with Geoffrey Coates (Cornell University) a review article titled “Chemical recycling to monomer for an ideal, circular polymer economy.” It appeared in the July 2020 issue of Nature Reviews Materials and you can read it in its entirety online. Abstract  The majority of post-consumer plastic waste is notContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Chemical recycling”

NEH Virtual Grant Workshops

Join a live virtual workshop with NEH program staff to hear about NEH grant opportunities, deadlines, and application information.   NEH Virtual Workshop — all interests April 1, 2021 2-3:30 PM EDT This workshop will provide a broad overview of NEH’s grant programs and provide an introductory view of the agency.Teams meeting link: Join live eventDial-in phone number :+1 202-600-8430Conference ID: 709Continue reading “NEH Virtual Grant Workshops”

Faculty Publication: An Educational Riot in Botswana

Stephen Volz, Associate Professor of History, has published a chapter, “An Educational Riot in Botswana,” in the book Faculty as Global Learners: Off-Campus Study at Liberal Arts Colleges written by Joan Gillespie, Lisa Jasinski and Dana Gross.   Excerpt I first realized the seriousness of the situation when I heard loud chanting coming from elsewhere inContinue reading “Faculty Publication: An Educational Riot in Botswana”

Faculty Publication: In Black Hands

Stephen Volz, Associate Professor of History, has published an article, “In Black Hands: Tswana Chieftaincy and the Ethiopian Church Movements of 1880-1910” in the July 2020 issue of South African Historical Journal.  ABSTRACT The history of colonialism in Africa is often portrayed as a confrontation between black Africans and white Europeans, but African adoption ofContinue reading “Faculty Publication: In Black Hands”

Faculty Publication: Whiplash

Irene López, Kenyon Associate Professor of Psychology, has published an article, “Whiplash: Shifting positionalities and disciplinary cross-fire in the study of borders” in Intervalla. The journal is an annual published, peer reviewed transdisciplinary, open-access academic journal that strives to provide a forum for scholars from all fields to test and circulate thoughts on contemporary mattersContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Whiplash”

Faculty Publication: The White Snake

Ira Sukrungruang, English Department Professor, has published his essay, “The White Snake” in the Fairy Tale Review Vol. 17, The Gold Issue (2021) published by Wayne State University Press. You can read this in its entirety through JSTOR with your university library credentials. This issue is in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Anne Sexton’sContinue reading “Faculty Publication: The White Snake”

Faculty Publication: But I Know You, You Are Not God

Stephen Volz, Associate Professor of History, has published an article, “‘But I Know You, You Are Not God’: African Responses to European Colonialism in a Missionary Newspaper” in the July 2020 issue of the Journal of Southern African Studies. Abstract This article analyses how African letter-writers in the missionary-edited Setswana newspaper Mahoko a Becwana (1883–96)Continue reading “Faculty Publication: But I Know You, You Are Not God”