Franne Kamhi Publishes

July 24, 2020

Visiting Assistant Professor of Neuroscience Franne Kamhi published the paper "Vertical lobes of the mushroom bodies are essential for view-based navigation in Australian Myrmecia ants" in Current Biology

ArtiFACT Project Team Selected for CODEX Institute

July 12, 2020

The ArtiFACT project team, including Abby Aresty, technical director and lecturer for Technology in Music and Related Arts; Larissa Fekete, director of English for Speakers of Other Languages; Abe Reshad, director of the Cooper International Learning Center; and research assistant and computer science major Ivy Fu '22, was selected to participate in the inaugural Ohio Five CODEX Institute. The institute provides for a cohort of faculty to work in collaboration with instructional technologists, librarians, and students from the Ohio Five to redesign or augment existing courses with new approaches that foster critical engagement through digital technologies. 

Robin Beth Schaer Publishes Essay

July 11, 2020

Robin Beth Schaer, visiting assistant professor of creative writing, published an essay in Jewish Currents about the solace Pablo Neruda’s “Keeping Quiet” has provided during quarantine and the portrait of reckoning and transformation that the poem offers.

Christopher Trinacty Publishes and Presents

July 9, 2020

Christopher Trinacty, associate professor of classics, published a short article in Classical Quarterly titled “Memmius, Cicero and Lucretius: A Note on Cic. Fam. 13.1,” which shows how Cicero alludes to Lucretius in one of his letters. He also reviewed the recent books, Cassandra and the Poetics of Prophecy in Greek and Latin Literature by Emily Pillinger in Classical Philology and the Latin of Science for Classical Journal. In addition, he recently presented a paper “Labor in Seneca’s Letters” at the Midwest Classical Literature Consortium, and his chapter, “Tragic Translatio: Epistle 107 and Senecan Tragedy” was featured as one of the 100 most important chapters in the 100 volumes of the Trends in Classics journal series.

Renee Romano Quoted

July 2, 2020

Renee Romano, Robert S. Danforth Professor of History and co-editor of the collection, Historians on Hamilton: How a Blockbuster Musical is Remaking America's Past, was quoted in articles in Time and the Wall Street Journal in advance of the Hamilton film premiere on Disney Plus.