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Sarah Dees authors chapter in recently published volume

Sarah Dees, assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious studies, has authored “Religion on the Brink: Settler-Colonial Knowledge Production in the US Census,” a chapter featured in the recently published volume, “Religion and US Empire.” Published by New York University Press (NYUP), “Religion and US Empire” demonstrates how American forms of religion and … Continue reading Sarah Dees authors chapter in recently published volume

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Karen Kedrowski co-authors chapters in “Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond”

Karen Kedrowski, director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics and professor in the Department of Political Science, has co-authored three chapters in a book that was recently published by the American Political Science Association. “Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond” features Kedrowski’s work in the following chapters: -“Balancing Pregnancy, Parenthood … Continue reading Karen Kedrowski co-authors chapters in “Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond”

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Margaret LaWare invited to speak at American Council of Learned Societies workshop

Margaret LaWare, associate professor of English and interim director of public speaking, was recently invited to North Carolina State University to attend an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) workshop. The workshop was focused on the adoption of a digital humanities project, the “Virtual Martin Luther King, Jr. Project (vMLK)” in the speech communication classroom. … Continue reading Margaret LaWare invited to speak at American Council of Learned Societies workshop

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Michael Golemo publishes three works for full concert band

Michael Golemo, University Professor in the Department of Music and Theatre, recently published three works for full concert band. All pieces are published by Timeworks, LLC and available through JW Pepper. “Leo’s Song” “Hampton March” “Jingle Bells (For Everyone)”

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Daniela Dimitrova delivers keynote address at WJEC congress

Daniela Dimitrova, professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, recently delivered the keynote address at the World Journalism Education Council (WJEC) congress. More than 250 members attended the event, which was held online. Dimitrova’s talk was titled “Global Journalism in Times of Change.” WJEC is a coalition representing academic associations worldwide that are … Continue reading Daniela Dimitrova delivers keynote address at WJEC congress

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Matt Sivils publishes essay in “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper”

Matt Sivils, professor in the Department of English, has published an essay in “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper.” The essay is titled “Environmental Apocalypse and The Crater.” “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper” offers students bridges to Cooper’s novels, which grapple with complex moral issues that are still … Continue reading Matt Sivils publishes essay in “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper”

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Matt Sivils publishes book chapter

Matt Sivils, professor in the Department of English, has published a book chapter “Monstrous Stewardship and the Plantation in Chesnutt’s ‘The Goophered Grapevine.’” The chapter was published in the book “Stewardship and the Future of the Planet: Promise and Paradoxes” which was released by Routledge in July 2022. According to the publisher’s website, the chapter … Continue reading Matt Sivils publishes book chapter