Ruth McDowell Publishes

February 26, 2020

Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Ruth McDowell published an article in the American Journal of Physiology on her research at the Cleveland Clinic.

Clayton Koppes Presents Two Papers

February 25, 2020

Clayton Koppes, professor of history, presented a paper "I Feel Your Pain: Bill Clinton, AIDS, and the Politics of Disappointment" at the American Historical Association annual meeting in New York City on Jan. 3, 2020. His co-author and co-presenter was David L. Kelly, an independent scholar from Palm Springs, California.

They will present another paper, "The Plague and the Presidents: Reagan, Bush, Clinton and AIDS Avoidance" at the Organization of American Historians annual meeting in Washington, D.C., on April 3.

Hal Sundt Publishes Story about Burmese Pythons

February 25, 2020

Visiting Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Hal Sundt's story "Pythons of the Everglades" was published in the Bitter Southerner. The story was made possible by funding through a grant-in-aid from Oberlin College.

Megan Long Gives Invited Talk

February 25, 2020

Associate Professor of Music Theory Megan Long gave an invited talk titled "What Do Signature Signify: The Curious Case of Seventeenth-Century English Key" on February 21, 2020 at the University of Chicago.

Caroline Jackson Smith Serves as Panelist

February 24, 2020

Professor of Theater and Africana Studies Caroline Jackson Smith served as a panelist at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage for a discussion about black theater, with a focus on the history of African-American theater in Northeast Ohio. The talk was held in connection with the Maltz's special exhibit Leonard Music: The Power of Music .

Hal Sundt Publishes Story on the Future of Amusement Parks

February 24, 2020

Visiting Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Hal Sundt ’12 published a story about the future of amusement parks for the Ringer. The story was also recognized on Longform, an aggregator of top literary journalism stories.

Tamika Nunley Gives Talk at American Civil War Museum

February 21, 2020

Assistant Professor of History and Comparative American Studies Tamika Nunley gave a talk on Feb. 22 titled, “(Freed) Women: Mobilizing Emancipation, Citizenship, and Self-making in Wartime Washington, DC” at the American Civil War Museum. The talk airs on C-span in spring 2020.

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