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Faculty Highlights

  • Ayers named to Leadership Council

    Dr. Edward L. Ayers, Tucker-Boatwright Professor of Humanities and President Emeritus, was named a charter member of the St. John's Church Foundation Leadership Council.

  • Grollman Anthology

    Co-edited anthology with Dr. Manya C. Whitaker, Counternarratives from Women of Color Academics: Bravery, Vulnerability, and Resistance (Routledge 2019), aims to challenge the dominant narrative about women of color in the academia.

  • Gunkel Linguistics Book

    Classics professor Dieter Gunkel co-edited the volume Verba Diem Celebrent (Beech Stave Press), to which he contributed a case study on reconstructing the Rigveda.

  • Maurantonio Publishes New Book

    Nicole Maurantonio and David W. Park, eds. Communicating Memory & History (New York: Peter Lang, 2019). Taking "communication, history, and memory," this book asks how the work of communication historians can expand the interdisciplinary field of memory studies.

  • Dumbaugh Article

    Dr. Della Dumbaugh recently published an article about Dr. Ruby Horne, who worked with the movie Hidden Figures[“The Hidden Figure of Hidden Figures: Rudy Horne,”Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 66 (February, 2019): 202-210]

  • Singh Wins Prestigious Fellowship

    On the Verge: Experiments in Extinction. Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars encourage long-term, ambitious scholarly projects at an important stage of the academic career. These awards are made possible by the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

  • Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints

    Featured in Art Daily, the exhibition is a tribute to the centuries old handmade designs and patterns on textiles that originated in Indonesia.

  • Richards Article

    Professor Bedelia Richards in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology has published a policy brief, "How to Create Inclusive Environments for Black Students on Predominantly White College Campuses" with Scholars Strategy Network. 

  • Lambert Co-Author of New Article

    On "Maternal-Induced Shifts," Reproductive Experience Alters Emotional and Cognitive Biobehavioral Responses in Rats.

  • Global Health

    Rania Kassab Sweis is an anthropologist whose ethnographic research traces the long term social effects of international aid and global health interventions with vulnerable populations. She can also speak to the ways in which young people in vulnerable populations consume, negotiate, and reconstitute global health care in specific ways.

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