Faculty Achievements: School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies
Here are the latest scholarly achievements for the School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies.
| Sally James, professor of art history
An article, “St. Francis,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, published by Walter de Gruyter in Berlin, Germany, Volume A, 2012.
A seminar, one of 20 participatnts in KRESS/CIC Seminar on Teaching Pre-Modern European Art in Context: “Making and Meaning in Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Europe,” sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, at the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH, June 17 to 21, 2012.
| Sarah Kennedy, professor of English
An essay, “Millennial Merwin,” in a new collection of essays about the poet W. S. Merwin, Until Everything is Continuous Again.
| Brenci Patino, assistant professor of Spanish
An award, the 2012 Summer Research Award in the amount of $2,000, for the project “Old Traditions and New Actors in Son Jarocho’s Contemporary Expressions,” July 15 to August 4, 2012.
| Katherine Turner, associate professor of English
A paper, “The Duchess of Kingston, Mary Anne Clarke, and twentieth-century anti-romance novels,” and a participant in a round-table discussion on teaching the eighteenth century in the digital age at the annual meeting of SCSECS (the South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies) in Asheville, NC, February 23 to 25.