Humanities

  • Visual Arts

    Keri Cronin presented a paper entitled "The Art of Animal Welfare Activism: Images and Our Dumb Animals" at the New ... Full story
  • History

    Elizabeth Neswald, Department of History, gave a talk on "Setting nutritional standards in late nineteenth-century Germany and the US" at ... Full story
  • Visual Arts

    Duncan MacDonald presented a paper entitled "Conflations: Sound Art, Music and Architecture meet" at an international conference in Aarhus, Denmark ... Full story
  • Applied Linguistics

    Hedy McGarrell presented the paper "Revising a first draft: Undergraduate ESL writers? (in)action following teacher commentary" at the European ... Full story
  • Philosophy

    Christine Daigle (Philosophy, Chancellor's Chair for Research Excellence) presented the paper "The Ethics of Authenticity" at the "Reading Sartre: On ... Full story
  • Visual Arts

    Duncan MacDonald is exhibiting new artworks in two solo exhibitions — one at Rodman Hall in a show entitled "Little Revolutions", ... Full story
  • Visual Arts

    Keri Cronin presented a paper entitled "The Art of Activism: Voice and Visual Culture in 19th-Century Animal Welfare Campaigns" at ... Full story
  • Applied Linguistics

    Veena Dwivedi, Matthew Goldhawk and Patrick Wood presented "Processing quantifier scope" at the annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association, ... Full story
  • Classics

    Fanny Dolansky, assistant professor of Classics, presented a  paper titled "Rape and Augustan Family Legislation in Ovid, Fasti 2" at the ... Full story
  • Applied Linguistics

    Hedy McGarrell, Sandra Burger and Catherine Danforth presented "Teacher Response Strategies to L2 Writing: Matching Response Strategy and Desired Outcome" ... Full story