Faculty Publication: Another Type of Silence

Ira Sukrungruang, Richard L. Thomas Professor of Creative Writing and English, has published a creative nonfiction essay, “Another Type of Silence” in Slag Glass City’s Special Issue: This Blissful City 2021. Excerpt: Two people sit at a bar—City and Country. It sounds like the beginning of a joke, except it is a memory from aContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Another Type of Silence”

Faculty Publication: A Journey Up The Exe

David Lynn, Professor of English and Special Assistant to the President, has published A Journey Up The Exe, an essay in Amherst College’s The Common, Issue 21. Excerpt From across the Atlantic, I’m helplessly, compulsively watching videos on the BBC and other news sites. It’s early February 2014, and an unusually powerful storm—in truth aContinue reading “Faculty Publication: A Journey Up The Exe”

Faculty Publication: Time and Continuity

David Lynn, Professor of English and Special Assistant to the President, has published a nonfiction essay “Time and Continuity: An Ancient Inn Endures” in the Spring 2021 edition of The Sewanee Review. Excerpt Smiling and clearly nervous, Caroline Cheffers steps through the low threshold and down onto the floor of the Malt House. Only onContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Time and Continuity”

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: Nesting

English Department Professor, Ira Sukrungruang, has published his essay “Nesting” in the March issue of The Sun. He describes his obsession with his new feathered tenants as a means of coping during the pandemic. Excerpt “They come during the first week of quarantine, flitting from fence post to fence post, hovering around a decorative hollowContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Nesting”

Faculty Publication: Constitutionalism and Reciprocity

Fred Baumann, Professor of Political Science, has an essay published on The Constitutionalist, a blog edited by Kenyon Alum Benjamin Kleinerman, ‘97. The essay is based on a lecture he delivered to alums via Zoom in December 2020. “Reciprocity is inevitable whether in war or peace.” The essay, “Constitutionalism and Reciprocity” examines the polarization ofContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Constitutionalism and Reciprocity”

Publication: To Disappear and To Find

English Department Professor, Ira Sukrungruang, has published his essay “To Disappear & To Find” in Issue 66 of Brevity Magazine.  The essay is from a time before the pandemic, while driving 5 days a week, 2 hours a day to Kenyon College with his son. “The flat of Ohio spreads in subtle swales before us,Continue reading “Publication: To Disappear and To Find”