Amanda McClain, PhD, Coordinator for Arts & Communications, Assistant Professor of Communications, attended the 2014 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) annual conference in Montreal, Canada in August 2014. Dr. McClain presented a paper titled “The iPad as a Pedagogical Tool: Effective or not?” and served as discussant for a panel titled […]
Patricia Michael, PhD, Professor of English, has been chosen to give a paper at the University of Bordeaux in France. The Conference is on Sidekicks and Underlings in Literature and is scheduled for the first week in October. Dr. Michael’s paper is called “Christopher Fowler’s Bryant and May: A Postmodern Version of the Sidekicks/ Hero […]
Joseph Stoutzenberger, PhD, Professor of Religious Studies, has co-authored Looking to St. Francis: The Man from Assisi and His Message of Hope for Today, published June 2014 by Word Among Us Press. The book looks at themes found in the life and teaching of St. Francis and explores ways that those themes apply to today’s […]
Janina Levin, PhD, Lecturer in English, submitted an essay titled “Arrested Development and Empathy in The Golden Bowl” to the Texas Studies in Literature and Language. The Texas Studies in Literature and Language is a scholarly journal devoted to literary criticism and is published quarterly by the University of Texas.
Daniel C. Mankowski Ed.D,. Assistant Professor of Speech and Theatre, will have his doctoral dissertation, “PERFORMING SHAKESPEARE: FUN AND GAMES OR PURPOSEFUL EMANCIPATORY, AND EMPOWERING PEDAGOGY?” electronically published and made available in the “Scholars’ Library” on the Maxine Greene Center’s web site—“The Maxine Greene Center for Aesthetic Education and Social Change” http://www.maxinegreene.org/ This site catalogs […]
Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, is exhibiting mixed media art works in an exhibition titled Forget-Me-Not. The mixed media work in this exhibit is all new work that has not been exhibited before. The focus of this work is loss. One knows that life is tenuous. Death is always the end product of life. To […]
Cathlyn Mariscotti, PhD., Professor of History, is project scholar on a National Endowment for the Humanities and American Library Association supported series entitled Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys–Connected Histories Discussion. Dr. Mariscotti will introduce and lead four of the five book discussions in the series from January to April 2014. The discussions will take […]