Conner Guest Editor

Christopher T. Conner, Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology-Sociology , and Andrea Dassopolous (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) have been asked to guest edit a special edition of Studies in Symbolic Interaction, a research annual. Due out next year, this special edition of the journal will explore contemporary developments on the topic of subcultures (broadly defined).

The journal’s editor, Norman K. Denzin, is professor emeritus at University of Illinois-Champagn Urbana. You can find out more about the journal by visiting https://www.emeraldinsight.com/series/ssi.

Kasser Published in Journal

Tim Kasser, Professor of Psychology, had a paper published in the journal Frontiers:  Personality and Social Psychology.  The paper “Strangers in a strange land:  Relations between perceptions of others’ values and both civic engagement and cultural estrangement.”  Kasser’s co-authors include Mike Prentice, ’08, as well as colleagues from the Common Cause Foundation, Cardiff University, and the University of Bath.  

McAndrew, Alumna Present Paper

Frank McAndrew, Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of Psychology, presented a poster at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in Portland, Oregon. The senior author on the poster was Allie Bird ’18, and the research was based on her senior project at Knox titled “Does Namesaking a Child Influence Attachment Style?” Her research will also be published in the March issue of the North American Journal of Psychology.

Dooley Presents at Symposium

John F Dooley, the William and Marilyn Ingersoll Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, presented a paper at the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education’s Technical Symposium in Minneapolis, MN. The paper, “The History of the SIGCSE Submission and Review System: From Paper to the Cloud” was one of several celebrating the 50th SIGCSE Symposium.

UCar Gives Presentation

Nurettin Ucar, Modern Languages – German, gave a presentation at the American Comparative Literature Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting at Georgetown University on March 9. His paper, “Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West: Invisible Borders and Intrusion of the Public Sphere by Refugees,” was part of a panel entitled “‘Europe’ in Contemporary Literature and in Literary Studies.”

Gilbert featured at Conference

Gregory Gilbert, Professor and Director of the Art History Program, gave a talk at the recent College Art Association Conference in New York City, February 13-16. His talk was titled “Challenging the Erasure of War: The New York Avant-Garde and Media Censorship of World War II” and was part of the session “Has anyone seen an image of war? Reassessing the visual culture of war and related disasters, violence and torture in the modern and contemporary moment.” His talk is a chapter in his current book project on the relation of Abstract Expressionist art to the mass visual culture of the Second World War.