Faculty Achievements

December 2019

In addition to their excellence in teaching, many Wofford faculty members have published original research, received awards for excellence or have won prestigious grants. Below are the most recent faculty achievements:

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Dr. Geoff Mitchell

Dr. Geoff Mitchell along with 5 student coauthors published “Genome-Wide Analysis of Cell Cycle-Regulating Genes in the Symbiotic Dinoflagellate Breviolum minutum” in G3: GENES, GENOMES, GENETICS (November 1, 2019 vol. 9 no. 11 3843-3853; https://doi.org/10.1534/g3.119.400363)

Dr. Anne Rodrick

Dr. Anne Rodrick has been accepted into the Inaugural Belcher Colloquium in Victorian Studies at St. Hugh's College, University of Oxford, in June 2020. Her presentation is entitled "An Ecosystem of Talk: Exploring Mid-Victorian Knowledge-Based Culture." A volume of essays will follow the colloquium.

Dr. Laura Barbas Rhoden

Dr. Laura Barbas Rhoden published “The Representation of Slow Violence and the Spatiality of Injustice in Y tu mamá también and Temporada de patos.” Ecofictions, Ecorealities, and Slow Violence in Latin America and the Latinx World, edited by Ilka Kressner, Ana María Mutis, and Elizabeth M. Pettinaroli, Routledge,2019.

Dr. Maria Hoffman

Dr. Maria Hoffman’s paper “Austria’s Indirect Cinema. Avoiding representation in Kurz davor ist es passiert (2006)” has been published by Studies in Documentary Film.

Dr. Mark Byrnes

Dr. Mark Byrnes’ class on the Great Debate on US involvement in the Second World War was recently recorded by C-SPAN and will air on C-SPAN 3 on 7 December at 8:00 PM and midnight.