John Duca Publishes

April 16, 2018

Danforth-Lewis Professor of Economics John Duca published ”What Drives Economic Policy Uncertainty in the Long and Short Runs: European and U.S. Evidence Over Several Decades," with Jason Saving (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas) in the March 2018 issue of the Journal of Macroeconomics

Sandy Zagarell Gives Talk, Publishes, Leads Discussion

April 16, 2018

Sandy Zagarell, Donald R. Longman professor of English, gave a talk on Alice Dunbar-Nelson as Educational Activist at the C19 conference in Albuquerque in March 2018. Zagarell published a review of Janet Dean’s Unconventional Politics: Nineteenth Century Woman Writers and Indian Policy in ALH Online Review in February 2018. Additionally, Zagarell led a discussion of Jesmyn Ward’s Salvage the Bones at the Sandusky Public Library in February 2018.

Matthew Rarey Presents

April 10, 2018

Assistant Professor of Art History Matthew Rarey presented new work on the memorialization of the slave trade in Ghana in his presentation "Dirt, Concrete, and the Substance of Memory in Slavery's Dungeon" at Honoring Ancestors in Africa: Art and Actions held on April 6-7 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison .

Matthew Rarey Participates in African Art History Discussion

March 30, 2018

Assistant Professor of Art History Matthew Rarey was one of a select group of invited participants to "The Future of African Art: A State of the Field Convening" at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, March 22-24. The gathering brought together curators, professors, independent scholars, and collectors of African art from three continents to discuss future directions and challenges in the study of African art history.

Yumi Ijiri Coauthors Article

March 30, 2018

Professor of Physics Yumi Ijiri coauthored an article, "Spin canting across core/shell Fe3O4/MnxFe3-xO4 nanoparticles," published in the journal Scientific Reports.  Ian Hunt-Isaak ’17 and Hillary Pan ’17, are coauthors, and the work was completed in collaboration with scientists at Carnegie Mellon University, Daresbury Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, University of Manitoba, and University of York.

Kathy Abromeit Publishes

March 29, 2018

Kathy Abromeit, public services librarian in the conservatory library, published “Peer Instruction in the Oberlin Conservatory Library: Three Models of Engagement” in Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy. Highlighted in the publication are activities of the conservatory library's student reference assistants.

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