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, […]
Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, will be exhibiting a new body of mixed media work titled Impending After at the Phoenix Gallery, NYC. http://www.phoenix-gallery.com This new body of work is a reflection on the notion of the after. Each piece in this series is labor intensive. Flynn thinks of the afters as […]
Mary Carroll, PhD, Professor of History, had a review titled “Digitizing Dolley, and Eliza and Harriott Pinckney,” published in the Journal of the Early Republic, Vol. 35, No. 4 (Winter 2015). Dr. Johansen reviewed annotated collections that included letters, financial documents, and journals of Harriott Pinckney Horry, the only daughter of Eliza Pinckney. Eliza Pinckney […]
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.