Professor of Classics Christopher Trinacty recently published a chapter in the volume, C.H. Sisson Reconsidered. The chapter, “Sisson in Exile, or, Versions and Perversions of Ovid’s Tristia”, considers the way that the 20th C. English poet C.H. Sisson utilized Ovid's poetry in his poetic self-representation. Prof. Trinacty also has written the entry for Seneca in the revised Oxford Classical Dictionary.
Francis W. and Lydia L. Davis Professor Emeritus of Religion Margaret Kamitsuka announces the publication of the T & T Clark Reader in Abortion and Religion: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives (Bloomsbury, 2023), which she coedited with Rebecca Todd Peters (Elon University). This project was supported by an Oberlin Senior Research Scholar grant.
Professor of Theater and Department Chair Matthew Wright was awarded "Best Actor - Musical" by the Cleveland Critics Circle for his role as Nostradamus in Something Rotten at Beck Center for the Arts and is featured in the Cleveland Scene article announcing the 2022 winners.
Professor Peter Takács's 11-CD set of the complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas was voted Album of the Year 2022 in the Solo Instrumentalist category by subscribers to the high-resolution streaming platform NativeDSD.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics Shinkyu Lee's article titled “The Political vs. the Theological: The Scope of Secularity in Arendtian Forgiveness” was recently published in the Journal of Religious Ethics.
Alicia Smith-Tran's article recently published in Sociological Perspectives titled, "'There’s the Black Woman Thing, and There’s the Age Thing': Professional Black Women on the Downsides of 'Black Don’t Crack' and Strategies for Confronting Ageism at Work."
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Matt Elrod recently published an article in ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, "Kinetics Study of Acid-Catalyzed Sulfate Esterification Reactions for Atmospherically Relevant Polyols". The coauthors on this paper are Aziz Mohammed ’23 and Sunniva Sheffield ’22.