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Faculty Scholarship and Professional Engagement: Spring 2017


  • Rachel Hamelers (library) and Erika Iyengar (biology) presented The Small Mammal Project: Engaging Students as Scientists at the first LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium.
  • Susan Falciani (library) and Kate Ranieri (media and communication) presented Leading the Exploration: An Archivist at the Helm of Digital Storymaking at the first LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium.
  • Jen Jarson (library) and Susan Kahlenberg (media and communication) presented Making the Research Process Visible: Facilitating Students Attention and Awareness through a Literature Review Assignment at the first LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium.
  • Kelly Cannon, Jen Jarson and Rachel Hamelers (library) presented a workshop, Uncovering Hidden Information Literacy Using the Framework at the first LVAIC Information Literacy Symposium.
  • Jenna Azar (provost office) and Tim Clarke (IT) led a workshop, The shared annotation tool: A hands-on workshop with an eye toward Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) or integrative learning, at the Bryn Mawr Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference, Wednesday, May 17.
  • Jennifer Jarson (library) and Jordan Noyes (IT) presented Building a Digital Learning Assistant Program to Promote Peer Learning in the Digital Liberal Arts at the Bryn Mawr Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference, Wednesday, May 17.
  • Lora Taub-Pervizpour (media and communication) and Tim Clarke (IT) presented Cultivating Open Blended Learning with Domain of Ones Own at the Bryn Mawr Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference, Wednesd ay, May 17.
  • Lauren Kenney & Angela Grassi won 2 of 3 awards for presentations given by LVSFN. Psychology & Neuroscience Departments congratulate their students for presenting at the joint LVAIC Psychology & LVSFN Neuroscience conference on Sat, Apr 22nd. List of presenters & sponsors available. Read More
  • Susan Falciani, Special Collections and Archives Librarian, will be co-presenting on a panel at the National Council of Public History Annual Meeting on April 22nd: "Stepping Out of the Reading Room: Public Historians in Libraries."
  • Trexler Library was part of an effort of 107 libraries that raised $1.8 million to cover the costs of publishing Independent Voices, the premiere digital collection of underground press and literary magazine titles from the 1960's, 70's and 80's. This partnership will change the scholarly publishing landscape forever!


  • Judy Sitler, Advancement, received the top senior award from the local chapter of The Institute of Management Accountants. Judy was chosen by faculty based upon her outstanding classroom performance, dedication to excellence and high degree of professionalism. Ermira Mazziotta presented the award.

Art Studio

  • Scott Sherk, professor of art, had his CD "Alentejo" released by 3Leaves! This limited edition CD is based on field recordings that were featured in his collaborative installation with Pat Badt in Portugal at the Castle of Evoramonte. Read More
  • Scott Sherk, professor of art, has an exhibition of sound, video, and images at the Suzanne Arnold Gallery at Lebanon Valley College. The exhibit opens today. Click on this link for more info: Read More
  • Joe Elliott, professor of art, will exhibit "Palazzos of Power" at the University of Pennsylvania March 20 through June 14 with a reception and book talk April 13 at 6 pmRead More
  • Emily Orzech, assistant professor of art, has a solo show, "Public Private," at the Banana Factory in Bethlehem through April 9. The opening, followed followed by a public talk from 7 - 8 pm, is this Friday.


  • Junior Brandi Vallely of the women's basketball team was named to the NCAA Division III Academic All-District 4 team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Read More
  • Athletic trainer Steve Nemes received the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association Presidential Award, which is presented to a person who shows unselfish and dedicated efforts in the athletic training profession. Nemes was honored at the 69th Annual EATA Convention in Philadelphia.


  • Peter Saenger, Acopian Ornithological Specialist, debuted a narrated PowerPoint presentation on bird-window collisions to the executive board of the Pennsylvania chapter of the Audubon society. The presentation is designed as an educational piece that state & national Audubon chapters can use.
  • Students Shari Bodofsky '18, Hanna Caiola '18, Emily Chiacchiaro '19, Erika Foerst '19, Francine Koitz '19, Hannah Molk '18, Sam Tener '18 and Lily Thompson '18 presented research at the Lehigh Valley Molecular & Cell Biology Society meeting.
  • Senior Melissa Mayol won best undergraduate talk Melissa Mayol ('17) won best undergraduate talk at the Lehigh Valley Ecology and Evolution Symposium for her talk entitled "Possible effects of climate change on a native and invasive species of terrestrial slug." Erika Iyengar is her advisor.
  • Erika Iyengar (biology), Paul Meier (biology) and Rachel Hamelers (Trexler Library) had an article published in the March 2017 issue of The American Biology Teacher - "The Small Mammal Project: Engaging Students as Scientists." Read More
  • Melissa Mayol '17 was awarded the "Best Student Poster Award" at the 2017 Conference of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology in New Orleans, LA. This is a national biology conference that very few undergraduates attend. Therefore, Melissa winning means she bested mostly graduate students in the competition!
  • Rich Niesenbaum, biology and sustainability studies, has been named to the American Association for Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Advisory Council for a three-year term.

Business Administration

  • Roland J. Kushner, associate professor of business, spoke on "Arts Vitality and Community Development" to the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation in Bethlehem.
  • Michael London, associate professor of business, and senior Becky Goodman presented "Exploring New Metaphors to Enliven the Classroom: From Teacher/Student to ..." at the Mid-Atlantic Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference at Drexel University.
  • Roland J. Kushner, associate professor of business, presented "Conducting Graduate Research in Arts Management and Cultural Policy" to students in the Performing Arts Management master's program in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University.


  • Muhlenberg's chemistry department and chemistry and biochemistry club, along with Brenntag North America co-sponsored the "You Be the Chemist" Challenge, a question-and-answer competition for middle school children. Sherri Young helped organize the event and students Michele Fromel and Andrew Rice performed demos for the participants. Read More

Community Engagement

  • Daniel Lester, Diana Leguizamon, Heather Lalsh & Rachel Plotke The office of Community Engagement & the Career Center are pleased to announce the matches for the summer 2017 Community Internship Program generously funded by Air Products. Read More

Computer Science

  • Clif Kussmaul, associate professor of computer science, is a Fulbright Specialist at Ashesi University in Ghana, where he will meet with faculty, staff, and students, review programs and lead professional development workshops. Read More
  • Clif Kussmaul, associate professor of computer science, was a workshop leader for the Professors Open Source Software Experience, hosted by Google in San Francisco.
  • Clif Kussmaul, associate professor of computer science, presented a paper, "Patterns in Classroom Facilitation for POGIL," at the Nordic Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs in Oldenburg, Germany. Clif is also leading a POGIL workshop at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland.
  • Clif Kussmaul, associate professor of computer science, received recognition from Red Hat, Inc. He and his co-investigators on the 2015 NSF OpenPath project are recognized as champions of open source software. Read More
  • Clif Kussmaul, associate professor of computer science, is attending the Understanding Interventions conference in San Antonio, where he is presenting "Helping Teachers to Adopt&Adapt Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning in Computer Science: The CS-POGIL & IntroCS-POGIL Projects."


  • Arthur Raymond, professor of economics and finance, served as the economics content expert, in New York City, for the College Board's project to create video modules to support teachers of Advanced Placement Economics.


  • Pearl Rosenberg, associate professor of education, has a solo art show, "Painting as Updraft" at Tim Fox Optical and Gallery in Bethlehem opening Fri night through Apr 29. There will be two artist receptions Mar 3 and Apr 7.


  • Tom Cartelli, professor of English and film studies, contributed a paper titled "Redesigning The Mousetrap & Antic Disposition as Political Spectacle in Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider" to a research seminar on Diversifying the Field of Shakespeare Performance at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America in Atlanta.
  • Barri Gold, professor of English, served as lead organizer for the 2017 Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference on the theme of Odd Bodies, hosted by Muhlenberg College in Philadelphia. Read more: Read More
  • Grant Scott, professor of English, delivered the keynote address at the most recent INCS conference in Philadelphia (Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies). He spoke on Richard Doyle's illustrated letters to his father, 1842-1843.

Environmental Science

  • Jason Kelsey, professor of environmental science, is a co-author of the manuscript "Nanoparticle silver coexposure reduces the accumulation of weathered persistent pesticides by earthworms." It was recently accepted for publication in the journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and will appear in an upcoming issue. To access the abstract click the link: Read More

Film Studies

  • Amy Corbin, associate professor of film studies and media & communication, chaired and presented during a workshop "Approaches to Teaching Moving Images of and about Police Violence" at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Chicago, IL.


  • Senior Megan Ross gave a presentation at the LVAIC "Africa is the Future" symposium at Moravian College. Her talk was titled "Revolutions in Movement: How Senegalese Women Redefine Negritude through Dance."
  • Juniors Madeleine Weko and Michelle Blazewicz gave presentations at the LVAIC "Africa is the Future" at Moravian College. Madeleine's talk was titled "Negritude and Polygamy: Navigating Marriage in Postcolonial Senegal," and Michelle's talk was titled "Changing Marriage Practices in Senegal Examined Through the Works of Senegalese Women Writers."
  • Eileen McEwan, associate professor of French and Chair of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, published an article titled Into and Out of Quebec: The Transformation of Migrant Cultural Identity in Canuck and La Dot de Sara in the latest volume of Quebec Studies (vol. 62), (Fall / Winter 2016), Liverpool University Press.


  • Julie Shoults, visiting lecturer in German, chaired a panel on "Depicting Gender Violence in the GDR" at the annual Northeast Modern Language Association Convention in Baltimore. She also presented a paper on that panel entitled "Brigitte Reimann's Literary Depictions of Domestic Violence."

Inst. for Jewish-Christian Understanding

  • Peter A. Pettit, director of the IJCU, led a seminar on "The Problem of Israel for American Christians" for the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Bay Area and co-chaired the 4-day International Theology Conference of the Shalom Hartman Institute (Jerusalem) on The Intersection of Religious Identities and Ethnicities/Peoplehood.
  • Peter A. Pettit, director of the IJCU associate professor of religion studies, led a workshop on the IJCU's "Images of Israel" for pastors and lay educators at Grace Lutheran Church, Apple Valley MN.


  • Daniel Leisawitz, Ph.D. participated in a panel on the Digital Humanities in Italian Studies at the Modern Language Association Convention in Philadelphia on Jan 5, at which time he presented his project, the "Orlando Furioso Atlas," and discussed the opportunities and challenges in this burgeoning sub-field. Read More

Languages, Literatures, & Cultures

  • Joan Marx, professor of Spanish, presented a paper titled "Voices from Mexico's Jewish Diaspora in Sabina Berman's La bobe" at the Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies conference at the University of Virginia.
  • Mirna Trauger, lecturer in Spanish, presented a paper titled "La redefinicion de la identidad mexicana: Raza y racismo en la telenovela El alma no tiene color" at the Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies conference at the University of Virginia. She also chaired a panel titled "Gender, Race, and Identity in Mexico."
  • Erika Sutherland, associate professor of Spanish, will deliver a talk titled "Immigration 101: What You Need to Know And Why It Matters That You Do" at Moravian College this week.


  • Michael Allocca, assistant professor of mathematics, has co-authored and published a paper entitled "Signed Permutations and the Braid Group" in the Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics.
  • Seniors Meredith Salisbury and William Britt gave talks at the Mathematical Association of America's Sectional Meeting at Kutztown University. Meredith's talk was titled "Analyzing and Predicting the Success of Celebrity Tweets" and Will's was titled "Nash Equilibrium for eBay Best Offer Auctions."
  • Eugene Fiorini, Truman Koehler Professor of Mathematics, presented the workshop "Writing a Successful Grant Proposal" at Kutztown University.
  • Eugene Fiorini, Truman Koehler Professor of Mathematics, and Gail Marsella (chemistry) were awarded a MAA Tensor grant in support of a summer high school forensics program. The program is in coordination with the Allentown School District and the Allentown Police Department.
  • Eugene Fiorini, Truman Koehler Professor of Mathematics, and Gail Marsella (chemistry), presented a workshop at Rutgers University. The workshop was on coordinating forensic activities across mathematics and chemistry classrooms.
  • Michael Huber, professor of mathematics, had his book, Mythematics: Solving the Twelve Labors of Hercules, translated and published in Greek by Princeton University Press and Liberal Books.
  • Michael Allocca, assistant professor of mathematics, has coauthored and published a journal article entitled "Word Length Perturbations in Certain Symmetric Presentations of Dihedral Groups" in Discrete Applied Mathematics: Read More
  • Byungchul Cha, associate professor of mathematics, co-authored an article, "Prime number races for elliptic curves over function fields" with Daniel, published in Annales scientifiques de l'École normale supérieure, Volume 49, fascicule 5 (2016).

Media and Communication

  • Lora Taub (media and communication) and Jennifer Jarson (Trexler Library) have a journal article published in the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. The article is "Practicing digital literacy in the liberal arts: A qualitative analysis of students' online research journals." The link to the article is here: Read More
  • John Sullivan, professor of media and communication, gave a presentation, Revolutionizing the Concept of Media Literacy in an Age of Trump, at the 2017 Symposium on Media, Communication, and Film Studies Programs at Liberal Arts Colleges (MCFLAC) at Colby College in Waterville, ME. Read More
  • Documentary Storymaking Minor students, faculty, staff In its first year in existence as an academic program, the students and faculty of the LVAIC documentary storymaking minor were invited into the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Fellows Program. Read More
  • Susan Kahlenberg, associate professor of media and communication, presented a paper titled "Counter-Gender Role Stereotypes on Children's Televi sion Programming: A Content Analysis of Disney and Nickelodeon," at the Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference.
  • Irene Chien, assistant professor of media and communication, chaired a workshop on "Teaching Videogames for Social Change" at the Queerness and Games Conference at USC.
  • John Sullivan, professor of media and communication, gave an invited talk entitled "Uncovering Data Panopticons" at Delaware County Community College. The talk was part of the DCCC faculty learning community series on privacy and learning analytics.
  • Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, delivered a paper, "Open Media Scholarship: The Case for Open Access in Media Studies," at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies meeting in Chicago. He launched a new online resource, Open Media Scholarship, at the conference. Read More
  • Beth Corzo-Duchardt, visiting assistant professor of media & communication and film studies presented a paper, "The imaginary Other spectator: a paradigm for early cinema spectatorship" at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Chicago, IL. Read More
  • Elizabeth Nathanson, associate professor of media and communication, presented a paper titled "The Labor of Unruly Celebrity: Nostalgia for Authentic Stardom in Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work" at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Chicago, IL.
  • Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, published a journal article (with Brooke Duffy), "Facebook for Academics: The Convergence of Self-Branding and Social Media Logic on," in Social Media + Society. Read More
  • Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media & communication, published a book chapter (w/ Christian Schwarzenegger), "Faulty Reception: The Institutional Roots of U.S. Communication Research’s Neglect of Public Sphere Scholarship," in Kommunikationswissenschaft im internationalen Vergleich. Read More
  • Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, gave an invited lecture to the Communication Forum at Cornell University, on The Four Cultures of U.S. Media Studies. Read More
  • Sue Curry Jansen, media and communication, sociology/anthropology, has a new book published by Polity Press, Stealth Communications: The Spectacular Growth of Public Relations. Read More
  • Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media & communication, published an essay, 'The Impact Platform,' on the Social Science Research Council's Parameters. Read More
  • Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, and senior Meredith Salisbury published an article, The #nofilter Self: The Contest for Authenticity among Social Networking Sites, 2002–2016 in the Social Media, Internet and Society special issue of the open access journal *Social Sciences*. Read More


  • Doug Ovens, professor of music, will premieire his composition "Piano Resonances" in New York City Fri at Spectrum on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Resonances will be performed by Max Lifchitz, called "one of America's finest exponents of contemporary piano music" by the American Record Guide.
  • Muhlenberg Voice Students Win Big at District Auditions. 22 students competed at Moravian College and Muhlenberg dominated the field. For complete details click here: Read More


  • Marcia Morgan, associate professor of philosophy, delivered the keynote lecture at the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research for the Symposium "People for the Support of Women in Philosophy."Read More
  • Marcia Morgan, associate professor of philosophy and director of the women and gender studies program, published an article titled "An Existential Ecofeminism and a Renewed Critical Theory of Nature: An Imagined Dialogue between Simone de Beauvoir and Juergen Habermas" in Revista Idéias (vol. 7, n. 2), (Feb 2017) University of Campinas, Sao Paulo.

Physical Education

  • Jaryd Flank qualified for the steeplechase final at the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships in Geneva, Ohio. Read More

Political Science

  • Jack Gambino, professor of political science, delivered a paper entitled " 'Our End was in Our Beginning:' Judith Shklar and the American Founding" at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference in Chicago. He also served as chair and discussant for a panel on the distribution of power in democracies.
  • Several students presented papers at the Pennsylvania Political Science Assocation at Robert Morris University. The students were Kirill Tighe, Daniel Cohen, Susanne Boss and Mahsheed Mahjor. For more details click this link: Read More


  • Jonathan Lassiter, assistant professor of psychology, has been accepted to the highly selective visiting professor program at UCSF. He will spend six weeks this summer at the Center for Aids Prevention Studies (CAPS) in a program for investigators who are already conducting HIV-prevention research with minority communities. Read More
  • Jonathan Lassiter, assistant professor of psychology, co-published in an article in Liebert Open Access Journals. The article was titled "Preintervention Profiles of Information, Motivational, and Behavioral Self-Efficacy for Methamphetamine Use and HIV Medication Adherence Among Gay and Bisexual Men." Read More
  • Jonathan Lassiter, assistant professor of psychology, co-published an article in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. The article was about pre-exposure prophylaxis. Read More
Public Health
  • Junior Rachel Rochelson gave a presentation at a conference in Lancaster, PA co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health and the Penn State College of Medicine's Public Health Program. The title of her poster was "Assessing Allentown Residents' Perception of Radon as an Environmental Health Risk."
  • Chrysan Cronin, director of the public health program, received the Morgan-James Award from the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The award recognized her research work focused on the effects of radiation on human health.
Religion Studies
  • Kammie Takahaski gave an invited workshop at University of Toronto & a public lecture at MacMaster University Mar 23-24 as part of the Numata Buddhist Studies Lecture Series. Both focused on the Mahayogatantra treatises & hagiographies of 8th-century Indian exegete Buddhaguhya & his effect on early Tibetan Buddhist tantra. 
  • Seniors Kirill Tighe and Josh Kohnstam presented at the annual national conference of undergraduate research in European and Eurasian Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. Kirill’s paper was entitled "Ascetics in Vogue: Religious Expression in Contemporary Russia." Joshua presented "Russia's Neoimperialism through Economic Means and Coercion."
  • Carolyn Chernoff, visiting assistant professor of sociology, facilitated a faculty workshop, "Tweet Your Pedagogy," at Swarthmore College.
  • Carolyn Chernoff, visiting assistant professor of sociology, presented a paper at the annual meeting of the Sociologists for Women in Society entitled "Feminist Organizations in Transition: From Funding White Women to Fighting for Racial and Gender Equity." In addition, she led a workshop on Zines in the Classroom.
  • Carolyn Chernoff, visiting assistant professor of sociology, presented a paper at the annual meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society in Philadelphia, "15 Minutes of Internet Fame: Technology, Roles, Networks, and Meaning."
  • Dana Scholar Gwen Kelly, who did independent study work with Carolyn Chernoff, presented a poster based on her research, "Labeling the Self: Towards a Theory of Schizophrenia," at the Eastern Sociological Society Conference in Philadelphia.
  • Sahar Sadegh, visiting assistant professor of sociology, presented a paper, "Restricted Transnationalism: Iranians in Diaspora" at the annual Eastern Sociological Association meeting in Philadelphia.
  • Alison Smith presented her summer archival research project, the history of Muhlenberg's relationship with the city of Allentown, "Exploring the Muhlenbubble: A Historical Analysis of Muhlenberg's Town and Gown" at the Eastern Sociological Association conference.
  • R. Tyson Smith, visiting assistant professor of sociology, presented a paper, "Incarcerated Veterans: Outlining the Health Experiences of a Missing in Action Population" at the annual Eastern Sociological Association meeting in Philadelphia.
Staff Activities
  • At Staff Development Day on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, the following Hamre Prize winners and peer award winners were announced: Read More
  • Nick Gruber, plant operations, has received the Certified Educational Facilities Professional credential. The CEFP validates the unique knowledge and competency required of an accomplished professional in the educational facilities field.
  • Robin Riley-Casey (Multicultural Center) and Erika Sutherland (professor of Spanish) received Distinguished Partnership Awards at the Office of Community Engagement's annual community partner dinner. They were recognized for their work in solidarity with the OCE and local communities.
  • Allan Chen, chief information officer, was an author on a panel of community leaders who wrote '7 Things You Should Know About the Evolution of Teaching and Learning Professions.' Read More
  • Kelly Cannon, Rachel Hamelers and Jennifer Jarson (Trexler Library) are leading a roundtable, Creating Conversations & Inspiring Change: Using the Framework with Faculty at Small & Medium-Sized Institutions, at the Association of College and Research Libraries annual conference.
  • Tina Hertel, Director of the Trexler Library, was an invited panelist for "Not So New Library Directors," at the pre-conference workshop of the Association of Research College Library 2017 College Library Directors Mentoring Program.
  • Trexler Library staff members Rachel Hamelers, Jen Jarson and Kelly Cannon had a chapter published in the book "First Year Experience Cookbook." Read More
  • Pamela Moschini, director of disability services, will have her exhibit "Hair-Work: Relics of Remembrance," a collection of Victorian hairwork, on display at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts in Bethlehem Mar 16 through Sep 3.
  • Mike Bruckner The College and University Public Relations and Associated Professionals organization (CUPRAP) has selected Mike Bruckner, vice president of external affairs and community relations at Muhlenberg College, as the winner of the prestigious 2017 Don Hale Award. Read More
  • The College's annual report, published by the public relations office, has received a GOLD CUPPIE from CUPRAP, the organization of public relations professionals. There were 386 entries in the annual report category. Susan Williams&Associates helped produce the report and Alan Zerbe P'17 was the graphic designer.

Student Activities

  • Susanna Birnbaum '18 and Lauren Kenney '17 are the 2017 recipients of the Library Scholar Award for Information Literacy. Susanna was nominated by Irene Chien for her research on transnational Asian adoption. Lauren was nominated by Gretchen Gotthard, and she examined retrieval failure theory using a protein synthesis inhibitor in rats.


  • Sharrell Luckett, assistant professor of theatre and performance studies, will present her research on Black Acting Methods to UCLA MFA Acting students.
  • Sharrell D. Luckett, assistant professor of theatre, was selected to conduct a Master Class on Black Acting Methods in Los Angeles at Directors Lab West.
  • Sharrell D. Luckett, assistant professor of theatre, was accepted into Harvard University's Mellon Institute for Theater & Performance Research.
  • Sharrell D. Luckett, assistant professor of theatre and performance studies, has been invited as a Guest Artist & Director at UC-Riverside's Center for Dramatic Innovation. She also received an invitation to join the Black Performance Theory national working group, held at Washington University-St. Louis.
  • Sharrell D. Luckett, assistant professor of theatre and performance studies, published an article in Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies titled "Hell/Thinness."
  • Sharrell D. Luckett, assistant professor of theatre and performance studies, published an article in the journal Qualitative Inquiry, titled "Standing on the Edge of My Life: Recuperating Fat Sexuality in Beats and Measures."

Women's Studies

  • Kelly Shannon '18 won the Best Paper Award at the annual LVAIC Women's&Gender Studies conference. Six students presented their work: Mahsheed Mahjor '17, Meredith Salisbury '18, Kelly Shannon '18, Tatiana Lovera '20, Nicole Waltzer '17 and Taylor Hunsberger '17.


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