Daniela Dimitrova, professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, and Dianne Bystrom, director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics, recently published an article in the Journal of Political Marketing, entitled “Role of Social Media in the 2016 Caucuses.” Read the article.
Jan Lauren Boyles, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, recently published an article in Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism. The article, “Laboraties for news? Experimenting with journalism hackathons,” profiles how communities are using hack events to innovate around open data streams. Read the abstract.
Poems by Jennifer L. Knox, lecturer in the English department, appeared this summer in the journals American Poetry Review, Bennington Review, The Journal, Indolent Books and Open Letters Monthly, as well as the anthologies Brooklyn Poets Anthology (Brooklyn Arts Press, 2017), Misrepresented People: Poetic Responses to Trump’s America (NYQ Books, 2017). In October, Jennifer will … Continue reading Jennifer L. Knox published in several poetry journals
Michael Bailey, professor of history, has published a new book, "Magic: The Basics." "Magic: The Basics" is a concise and engaging introduction to magic in world history and contemporary societies. Presenting magic as a global phenomenon which has manifested in all human cultures, this book takes a thematic approach which explores the historical, social, and … Continue reading Mike Bailey publishes new book, “Magic: The Basics”
William H. Carter, assistant professor of German studies, recently published an article in the "Journal of Austrian Studies." Spielerische Gedanken: Economic Crisis and Financial Speculation in Hugo Bettauer’s Die Stadt ohne Juden and Its Adaptation by Hans Karl Breslauer explores Hugo Bettauer’s hugely successful novel Die Stadt ohne Juden (1922) and offers a unique view … Continue reading William H. Carter publishes article in Journal of Austrian Studies
Michèle A. Schaal, assistant professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, published her first book, "Une troisième vague féministe et littéraire." In France, the 1990s constituted a crucial era both for feminism and literature. This decade witnessed the emergence of a new generation of women writers, as well as of a new generation … Continue reading Schaal publishes “Une troisième vague féministe et littéraire”