Warren Hope, PhD, an adjunct instructor in English, has edited and introduced an anthology entitled A Movement of Minds: Nine American Poets of the Late Nineteenth Century that has been accepted for publication by Greenwich Exchange of London, England. Advertisements

Dr. Robert Ficociello, Assistant Professor of Writing for the School of Arts and Sciences, has co-authored a book titled America’s Disaster Culture: The Production of Natural Disasters in Literature and Pop Culture. The book is built on the premise that a natural disaster is a commodity produced for public consumption, and in turn, can be […]

Pamela Flynn MFA, Professor of Art, is exhibiting a body of work titled Out of Context at the Eureka Gallery at the Art Center East, Vernon, CT. The work is a grouping of mixed media works that are removed from their original contents; the pieces are not supported by artistic statements that set the tone. […]

Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, will be exhibiting No Pretense, an installation of wall hanging buds, at the Phoenix Gallery, NYC (http://www.phoenix-gallery.com). No Pretense is a grouping of oil on clay buds that are studies of nature/form and one’s tactile/visual response to forms in nature. The exhibit will run from March 29 – April 22, […]

Mary Carroll Johansen, PhD, Professor of History, has an article published in the New Jersey Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017).  The article, “’A Girl of Business’: Calicia Allaire at the Howell Iron Works” focuses on the prevailing trends of the antebellum era that separated home and office and thereby placed most women firmly outside […]

Considering Harm, a traveling anti gun violence art project, at ArtWorks, Trenton, NJ. Considering Harm Trenton pairs mixed media art work with shooting incidents from Trenton. The viewing of the art is a subjective, contemplative experience but the reading of the gun violence incidents that are mounted below the art work, is a jolt back […]

The new novel, The Unseen World (W.W. Norton), by Liz Moore, Associate Professor of Writing, was released on July 26. The novel is summarized by the publisher: “Ada Sibelius is raised by David, her brilliant, eccentric, socially inept single father, who directs a computer science lab in 1980s-era Boston. Home-schooled, Ada accompanies David to work every day; by twelve, […]