Faculty Achievements: School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies
Here are the latest scholarly accomplishments in the School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies.
| Sara James, professor of art history
An article on Jan and Hubert van Eyck for the Encyclopedia of the Reception of the Bible, published by de Gruyter in Berlin, Germany.
|Sarah Kennedy, professor of English
A novel, The Altarpiece, bought by KnoxRobinson Publishing, with a three-novel contract, The Altarpiece being the first. It’s historical fiction, set in Henry VIII’s England, and is scheduled for release in 2013.
|Paul Ryan, professor of art
A review of the exhibition, “Abandon,” at Staniar Gallery, Washington and Lee University, the November/December 2011 issue of Art Papers magazine.
|Martha Walker, professor of French/director of women’s studies
An article “Cheik Aliou Ndao’s La Decision: A Senegalese Perspective on Race Relations in the American South in the ’60s,” the most recent issue of Romance Notes.