Dr. Jocelyn Franklin, assistant professor of French, interviewed Michaëla Danjé, activist, beatmaker, writer and editor of Afrotrans: Perspectives, entretiens, poésie, at kwazmanvwa.com.
Dr. Kimberly Hall
Dr. Kimberly Hall, associate professor of English, participated in the online panel discussion “Nonlinear Career Trajectories in Academia.”
Dr. Timothy Terrell
Dr. Timothy Terrell, Stackhouse Professor of Economics and Business, gave the presentation “Economics from the Ground Up: Intellectual Community in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” at the 2023 Austrian Economics Research Conference hosted at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Ala.
Dr. Patricia Nuriel
Dr. Patricia Nuriel, associate professor of Spanish, published the article “Singing the 1930s Doldrums: Jevel Katz’s Argentine Yiddish Parodies” in the journal Latin American Jewish Studies.
Dr. Rachel Vanderhill
Dr. Rachel Vanderhill, associate professor and chair of government and international affairs, gave the invited keynote address, “Democracy vs. Autocracy: Great Power Competition in the 21st Century,” at the South Carolina Political Science Association Annual Meeting. She also gave an invited presentation, “Decentralization Under Authoritarianism,” for USAID.
Dr. Jonathan Davis
Dr. Jonathan Davis, assistant professor of biology, presented the workshop, “Now Stream-ing! Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences in Aquatic Ecology,” at the National Association of Biology Teaching conference in Indianapolis, Ind.
Dr. Courtney Dorroll
Dr. Courtney Dorroll, associate professor of religion, published the chapter “Between Memory and Forgetting and Purity and Danger: The Case of the Ulucanlar Prison Museum” in the book “Neo-Ottoman Imaginaries in Contemporary Turkey.”
Dr. Phil Dorroll
Dr. Phil Dorroll, associate professor of religion, published “Enjoyers of the Divine Nature: Theosis According to Theodore Abū Qurra,” in the Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies.
Rebecca Forstater, assistant professor of studio art, and collaborators have been approved for a $10,000 National Endowment of Arts Grant in the 2023 Media Arts Category on behalf of the New Media Caucus for their project “New Rules: Conversations with New Media Artists.”
Dr. Grace Schwartz
Dr. Grace Schwartz, assistant professor of chemistry, and co-authors published a critical review article, “Environmental Impacts of Coal Combustion Residuals: Current Understanding and Future Perspectives,” in Environmental Science and Technology.
Dr. Jessica Tomkins
Dr. Jessica Tomkins, assistant professor of history, co-authored “Maat in the Egyptian Controlled Southern Levant,” in Ägypten und Levante 32.