Benjamin Carter , associate professor of anthropology, published "When Computers Dream of Charcoal," a study that used machine learning to map historic charcoal hearths, in Advances in Archaeological Practice. Weston Connor '18 co-authored the study. Read More
Emily Orzech's work is exhibited in a solo show, Susceptible Proteins, at Millsaps College. The show runs from Aug 23 to Sep 24. The show includes a virtual talk that is open to the public. The talk will be held on Sept 23 at 8 pm EST (7pm central time) on zoom and facebook live. Read More
Emily Orzech, , associate professor of art, has a print, "Last Day," in the Mid America Print Council 2021 Members' Juried Exhibition, at the University of Iowa, Drewelowe Gallery. The exhibition runs from October 6 through November 6.
Daniel Klem , Sarkis Acopian Professor of Ornithology, presented "How to Save Billions of Birds From Window Death" to the George Washington University Law School's Environmental and Energy Law Program on October 20.
Bruce Wightman (Biology) published a paper on Ral pathway signaling in the journal Developmental Biology. The work is a collaboration with David Reiner of Texas A&M University. Read More
Sherri Young, associate professor of chemistry, published an article titled "Incorporating Interlab Collaborations into the Organic Chemistry Teaching Laboratories" in the Journal of Chemical Education. Read More
Lynda Yankaskas, History, and Susan Falciani Maldonado, Trexler Library, have participated in coursework this summer as recipients of the M. C. Lang Fellowship in Book History, Bibliography, and Humanities Teaching with Historical Sources at Rare Book School. They are members of the 2020 and 2021 cohorts, respectively. Read More
An article written by Hannah Goodman '23 for last semester's course, ITL 323: Jewish Italy, and published last week in Pagine Ebraiche International (Italy) was immediately picked up by Diario Judio (Mexico), and translated into Ladino. Read More
Articles by Kyle Tassone '23 and Daniel Leisawitz, assistant professor of Italian, appeared in Pagine Ebraiche International as the inaugural pieces in a series of features written by the students in Leisawitz's spring '21 course, ITL 321: Jewish Italy. Other student articles will be published in the coming weeks: Read More
Michael Huber , professor of mathematics, has a chapter on Curly Onis published in "One Hit Wonders," a new book edited by Bill Nowlin and published by the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR): Phoenix, AZ, 2021.
Michael Huber , professor of mathematics, had eight sabermetrical articles published in SABR's latest book, Baltimore Baseball, edited by Bill Nowlin, Society for American Baseball Research, Inc.: Phoenix, Arizona, 2021.
Jeff Pooley, professor of media & communication, gave an invited presentation on "Does 'Mass Communication' Still Make Sense (or Did It Ever Make Sense) as an Academic Discipline?" for the Presidential Panel of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication (AEJMC) conference (remote).
Jeff Pooley, professor of media and communication, has published an article, "Collective Funding to Reclaim Scholarly Publishing," in The Commonplace special issue on "Business of Knowing". Read More
Michael Buozis, assistant professor of media and communication, presented "Targeting the trades, press associations, and J-schools: Tobacco industry mapping and shaping of metajournalistic discourses". Awarded the Top Abstract Award in the History Division at the annual Assoc. for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication conference in Aug. Read More
Michael Buozis, assistant professor of media and communication, published "Making common sense of cyberlibertarian ideology: The journalistic consecration of John Perry Barlow" in the journal Internet Histories. Read More
Michael Buozis, assistant professor of media and communication, presented "'When conservative became alt in Philly': Reactionary journalism and the rhetoric of whiteness" at the Union for Democratic Communication conference in June. Read More
Elizabeth Nathanson, associate professor and department chair, published a book review of Food Blogs, Postfeminism, and the Communication of Expertise: Digital Domestics by Alianne Presswood in the International Journal of Communication Read More
Elizabeth Nathanson , associate professor of media & communication, presented "Silence and Better Things: Television And Grey Rocking As Feminist Creative Resistance" at the American Studies Association annual conference.
Jeff Pooley , professor of media & communication, published a book review of Cold War Social Science: Transnational Entanglements (Solovey and Daye) in the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. Read More
Kathleen Bachynski, assistant professor of public health, co-authored an editorial on "Concussion and Sport: a sociocultural perspective" in the journal Frontiers in Sports and Active Living that examines the ethical, scientific and political dynamics of debates about concussion. Read More
Kathleen Bachynski, assistant professor of public health, will be participating in a virtual book launch roundtable on Thu, Sept 23, at 7 pm Eastern/4 pm Pacific time, for Pink and Blue: Gender, Culture, and the Health of Children (2021). Read More
Kathleen Bachynski , assistant professor of public health, co-authored "Pseudomedicine for Sports Concussions in the USA," which was published in print in Lancet Neurology this month. Read More