L. Alison Phillips, associate professor of psychology, has co-authored an article for the Washington Post with Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Jacob Meyer. The article, “Group exercise may even be better for you than solo workouts. Here’s why” appeared in the Post’s Health section.
Christina Svec, assistant professor of music education, has published an article “Early childhood music research, practice and policy: A COVID-19 collaboration.” The article was published in the International Journal of Music in Early Childhood, an interdiciplinary forum directed at the empirical study of music in early childhood, or pre-birth to age 8.
Michele A. Schaal, associate professor of French, published an article, “A Neopicaresque Journey into Queer and Sex-Positivity: Wendy Delorme’s Quatrième génération.” The article was published in the journal Nottingham French Studies. Founded in 1961, Nottingham French Studies publishes articles in English and French and themed special numbers covering all of the major fields of the … Continue reading Michele A. Schaal publishes article in Nottingham French Studies
Jennifer Knox, associate teaching professor in the Department of English, appeared on “The Forrager Podcast.” A link to the podcast can be found here. During the episode, Knox discussed Saltlickers, her business that offers a unique, preservative-free line of spice blends. “The Forrager Podcast” features successful cottage food entrepreneurs who discuss how they grew their … Continue reading Jennifer Knox appears on the “The Forrager Podcast”
Lori Biederman, adjunct associate professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology, contributed to a manuscript “Microbial substrate stoichiometry governs nutrient effects on nitrogen cycling in grassland soils.” The manuscript was published this month in Soil Biology and Biochemistry, which is published by Elsevier Science.
William Carter, associate professor of German Studies in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, has published an article, “Money, Violence, and the Financialized Self in Michael Haneke’s Glacial Trilogy.” The article was published in The German Quarterly which serves as a forum for all sorts of scholarly debates – topical, ideological, methodological, theoretical, of … Continue reading William Carter publishes article in The German Quarterly
Olga Mesropova, associate professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, has published a textbook, “Faces of Contemporary Russia.” Print and eTextbook versions are available. “Faces of Contemporary Russia” is a one-semester textbook for high-intermediate to advanced level Russian students that aims to develop students’ linguistic proficiency by examining significant personalities in current Russian … Continue reading Olga Mesropova publishes second textbook
Jeremy Best, assistant professor in the Department of History, appeared on the podcast “History Against the Grain.” Best discussed his recent book “Heavenly Fatherland” as well as his impressions, as a German historian, on white nationalism and insurrectionary attempts at the Capitol. A link to the January 29 podcast can be found here