John Dooley, William and Marilyn Ingersoll Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, presented a paper, “The Beale Ciphers: An Author Attribution Study” at the 17th NSA Center for Cryptologic History Symposium at Ft. Meade, Maryland.
Todd Heidt, Chair of International Studies and Associate Professor of Modern Languages-German, co-presented with Claudia Kost (University of Alberta, Canada) at the annual German Studies Association conference. Their talk was titled “Reimagining the History and Culture Reader” and was featured on a panel dedicated to teaching and classroom practice.
An article by Catherine Denial, Bright Professor of American History, entitled “‘Mother of all the living’: Motherhood, Religion, and Political Culture at the Ojibwe Village of Fond du Lac, 1835-1839,” was published in the journal Early American Studies.
John Dooley, William and Marilyn Ingersoll Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, gave a talk titled “The Beale Ciphers: Hoax or Treasure?” to the student section of the Illinois-Iowa IEEE Computer Society at St. Ambrose University.
Tim Stedman, visiting assistant professor of art, talks about the album cover artwork he has created for Blink-182, Roy Orbison, Lyle Lovett, New Found Glory and many more artists in four episodes of Vibe Machine Media’s Undercovers Season 2. The podcast series is dedicated to the stories behind iconic album artwork.
Nurettin Ucar, visiting assistant professor of German, gave a presentation at the German Studies Association’s 2019 Annual Conference in Portland, Oregon, on October 6. His paper, “The Nomos of Germany: Die Hungrigen und die Satten (The Hungry and the Fat)” was part of a panel entitled “Performance and Otherness.”