Scholarly Achievements: School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies
Here are the latest scholarly accomplishments in the School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies.
| Kristen Egan, assistant professor of English
An article, “Conservation and Cleanliness: Racial and Environmental Purity in Ellen Richards and Charlotte Perkins Gilman,” published in Women’s Studies Quarterly, a special edition on “Ruin,” December 2011.
| Sara James, professor of art history
Chaired a session, “Art and Architecture on the Mediterranean Rim 1300-1600,” at the Southeast College Art Association, Savannah, GA on November 11, 2011.
Awarded first place by the Garden Club of America for her photograph “Mottisfont” in the category Garden Paths.
| Sarah Kennedy, professor of English
Two poems, appearing in the next issue of The Louisville Review.
| Brenci Patino, assistant professor of Spanish
A paper, “‘Con la flor del domingo’: Cultural Representations of the Maid in (Mid) 20th Century Mexico” at the South Atlantic Modern Languages Association (SAMLA) convention on November 6, 2011.