Christopher Hopkins, associate professor in the Department of Music and Theatre, has been featured in New Sounds, an online publication published by New York Public Radio. The article, “#4258, Piano, From the Insides,” features commentary about Hopins and a link to his music composition,”Arched Interiors.” For additional information about New Sounds please visit https://www.newsounds.org
David A.M. Peterson, professor in the Department of Political Science and the Whitaker-Lindgren Faculty Fellow in Political Science, has been published in Social Sciences Quarterly. The study, “Dear Reviewer 2: Go F’Yourself” has been well received, garnering an Altmetrics score of 167, placing it in the top 5% of all research scored by Altmetrics. Nationally … Continue reading David A.M. Peterson published in Social Sciences Quarterly
Katherine Rafferty, assistant teaching professor in the Department of Psychology recently published a case study in Health Communication. The study, #AbortionChangesYou: A Case Study to Understand the Communicative Tensions in Women’s Medication Abortion Narratives, is one of the first to analyze women’s narratives after having had a medication abortion. Health Communication is an outlet for … Continue reading Katherine Rafferty publishes case study in Health Communication
Dr. Jim Bovinette, director of the Jazz Ensemble Program and Associate Professor of Trumpet at Iowa State, recently performed a virtual performance, Project Freude-Joy, with other worldwide musicians. The performance combined footage from the Classical Music Festival’s 2016 performance in the Haydnsaal of the Esterházy Palace in Eisenstadt, Austria.
Olga Mesropova, associate professor of Russian and director of the Russian Studies Program, has published “Kinotalk: 21st Century.” The book was published by Routledge, a world-leading academic publisher in the humanities, social sciences and STEM. Additional information on this recently published book may be found here.
Jennifer Knox, associate teaching professor in the Department of English, has published four poems in the May/June issue of American Poetry Review. The American Poetry Review is dedicated to reaching a worldwide audience with a diverse array of the best contemporary poetry and literary prose. APR also aims to expand the audience interested in poetry … Continue reading Jennifer Knox publishes four poems in American Poetry Review
A poem written by Jennifer Knox, associate teaching professor in the Department of English, has been published in Poetry Magazine. The poem, “Mr. Big” is from her new book, “Crushing It” (Copper Canyon Press, fall 2020). The poem appears in the May issue of Poetry Magazine.