Amanda McClain, PhD, Associate Professor of Communications, is co-presenting a presentation titled “The Unbreakable Norms of Kimmie Schmidt and Her Friends” with Adam Price, a Holy Family University Communications major, at the Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association conference in Philadelphia.
Robert Ficociello, PhD, Assistant Professor of Writing, had his non-fiction narrative, “The Dogs of Hell,” published in High Point University’s literary journal, Apogee. Dr. Ficociello also had two presentations accepted at the November Mid Atlantic Popular Culture conference in Philadelphia and the March 2016 National Popular Culture Association conference in Seattle.. The first is titled […]
Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, was selected to exhibit a mixed media work titled Crossed Wires in the national juried group exhibition titled Old Enough to Know Better. The jurors, Eileen Neff and Diane Burko, selected 67 works from the 2087 pieces of work that were submitted. The exhibit will be at Crane Arts, Gallery 105, […]
Amanda McClain, PhD, Associate Professor of Communications, attended the 2015 Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference. As co-chair of the Television Area, she participated in a roundtable centered upon Orange is the New Black and chaired a “TV and Gender” panel. Additionally, Dr. McClain also led and participated in a roundtable titled “Overcoming Small Program […]
Joseph Stoutzenberger, PhD, Professor of Religious Studies, was interviewed by Father Dave Dwyer for “Busted Hallo with Fr. Dave Dwyer” on The Catholic Channel of Sirius XM Radio. Dr. Stoutzenberger spoke about his book titled Looking to St. Francis: The Man from Assisi and His Message of Hope for Today. The interview was aired January […]
Pamela Flynn’s traveling art exhibit, Considering Harm, will be exhibited at The Gallery @ Convergence, 1801 N. Quaker Lane, Alexandria, VA. The exhibit will run from February 6 – March 21, 2015. The Opening Reception is February 21, 2015, 6 – 8 PM. Considering Harm is an art exhibit that focuses on the issue of […]
Cathlyn Mariscotti, PhD, Professor of History, was asked by the American University in Cairo to review a manuscript for possible publication. Dr. Mariscotti has also reviewed manuscripts for Syracuse University Press.