Chanda Feldman Publishes Poem
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Chanda Feldman published a new poem, "Man in Tidal Blue," in Crazyhorse Literary Journal, Number 95, Spring 2019.
Eve Sandberg Presents Paper
Professor of Politics Eve Sandberg presented the paper “Populism and Its Challenges in Zambia” at the 2019 annual International Studies Association (ISA) conference in Toronto.
Sebastiaan Faber Writes Article, Gives Interview
Professor of Hispanic Studies Sebastiaan Faber coauthored the article "Will Spain Follow Europe’s Right-Wing Populist Trend?" in the Nation and was interviewed on the Real News Network about Spain's political impasse.
Eve Sandberg and Bara Watts Participate in Workshop
Professor of Politics Eve Sandberg and Director of Entrepreneurship Bara Watts were invited participants in a two-day pedagogical workshop on Social (Justice) Impact Entrepreneurship in the Liberal Arts: Curricular & Co-curricular Innovations & Connections. The workshop was sponsored by the American Association of Liberal Arts Colleges (AALAC) and hosted at Mount Holyoke College. Other participants included faculty and administrators from: Swarthmore, Middlebury, Wesleyan, Macalester, Grinnell, Smith, Holyoke, and the University of Massachusetts.
Cortney Smith Publishes
Visiting Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Cortney Smith's article "Ironic Confrontation as a Mode of Resistance: The Homeland Security T-Shirt at the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests" was published in American Indian Quarterly.
Alice Blumenfeld Performs as Invited Guest
Holly Handman-Lopez and Matthew Wright Collaborate on Musical
Professor of Theater Matthew Wright and Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Holly Handman-Lopez collaborated on 33 1/3, a new musical, at Dobama Theater in Cleveland. Wright directed and Handman-Lopez choreographed 33 1/3, which won the Playwrights Guild of Canada Stage West Pechet Family’s Best New Musical Award. This world premiere production ran from June 27 to July 14, 2019.
Jennifer Fraser Presents Paper
Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Anthropology Jennifer Fraser presented the paper “Building Community through Music: Working at the Interface Between Applied Ethnomusicology, Community Music, and Community-Engaged Learning Pedagogy” at the 45th International Council for Traditional Music World Conference held July 11-17, 2019, at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.
Bob Bosch Presents Paper
Professor of Mathematics Bob Bosch presented a paper titled “Exploring Szpakowski’s Linear Ideas” at the 2019 Bridges Conference in Linz, Austria. The paper was coauthored by Abagael Cheng ‘20 and Ari Smith ‘19.
Clayton R. Koppes Presents Paper, Gives Presentation
Clayton R. Koppes, professor of history, and David L. Kelly, independent scholar, presented a paper, "On Cats' Paws: America Awakens to AIDS," at the Australia/New Zealand American Studies Association meeting in Auckland on July 15. The paper is part of their ongoing work on the history of HIV/AIDS in the United States. Koppes also gave a presentation in a plenary panel on "populism in America."