John Duca Presents at ReCapNet conference
Danforth-Lewis Professor of Economics John Duca presented, "Interest Rate, Regulation, and Tax Effects on Commercial Real Estate: Lessons from the Past Half Century" at the Real Estate Markets & Capital Markets (ReCapNet) conference in Mannheim, Germany, on November 15, 2019.
Sebastiaan Faber Co-Authors Piece
Stephen Crowley Writes Op-Ed
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley wrote an op-ed in the Plain Dealer calling on Senator Rob Portman of Ohio to push back against President Trump's policy on Ukraine to instead promote a peace process in the region.
Stiliana Milkova Reviews Volume of Essays
Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Italian Stiliana Milkova reviewed Elena Ferrante's new volume of essays Incidental Inventions.
Paul Thibodeau's Research Featured on Podcast and NPR
Associate Professor of Psychology Paul Thibodeau's research on word aversion was featured on the podcast Subtitle and on NPR.
Wendy Beth Hyman Publishes Co-Edited Collection, Interviewed
Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature Wendy Beth Hyman has published a co-edited collection, Teaching Social Justice Through Shakespeare: Why Renaissance Literature Matters Now, with Edinburgh University Press. Tania Boster, executive director of integrative and experiential learning, and director of curricular initiatives at the Bonner Center, contributed a chapter. The book is open access.
Hyman was also recently interviewed for an episode of the podcast, That Shakespeare Life, about her research on jacquemarts, clockworks, and automatons in the Renaissance.
Roberto Hoyle Publishes Article
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Roberto Hoyle published the article "Moving beyond ‘one size fits all’: Research considerations for working with vulnerable populations" in ACM Interactions magazine.
Sebastiaan Faber Co-Edits Book
Professor of Hispanic Studies Sebastiaan Faber co-edited a new book with Liverpool University Press. Transatlantic Studies: Latin America, Iberia, and Africa is a 480-page volume with essays by 35 leading scholars working in Iberian, Latin American, African, and Luso-Brazilian studies. The other editors are Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel, Pedro García-Caro, and Robert Patrick Newcomb.
Bridget Flynn Presents at Conference
Sustainability Manager Bridget Flynn presented at the Behavior, Energy, & Climate Change (BECC) conference, which ran November 17 to 20 in Sacramento, California. She spoke about the collaboration between the Office of Environmental Sustainability and Psychology Department on Community-Based Social Marketing (CBSM) research.
Chanda Feldman Interviewed
A feature interview with Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Chanda Feldman about her poetry book, Approaching the Fields, appears in the current print and online issue of the literary magazine, The Journal.