Professor of English Monica Berlin ’95’s new collection of poems, Elsewhere, That Small, has just been published (Free Verse Editions at Parlor Press, 2020), and is now available directly from the publisher or at your preferred online bookseller.
Cate Denial, Bright Professor of American History, was part of a panel at the American Historical Association annual meeting called “Teaching Students to Write History.”
William Hope, associate professor of anthropology, presented the talk “Slow it, Spread it, Sink it: A Tale of Three Raingardens” at the 12th Annual Growing Sustainable Communities Conference in Dubuque, Iowa.
A chapter written by Cate Denial, Bright Professor of American History, titled “Ethics and the Practice of History,” was published in Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity.
Associate Professor of Philosophy Brandon Polite’s paper “Shared Musical Experiences” was published in the most recent issue of the British Journal of Aesthetics.
Two poems by Cyn Kitchen Fitch, associate professor of English, “Incandescent” and “Morning Supplication,” were published in the November 2019 issue of Santa Barbara Literary Journal (Volume 4).
Cate Denial, Bright Professor of American History, was a featured guest on Rochester NPR’s show “Connections.” Along with Professor Michael Oberg of SUNY-Genseo, Denial talked about upgrading, the practice of providing detailed feedback to students, and fewer letter grades. Listen to the program.
Professor of English Gina Franco’s collection of poems, The Accidental, is among NBC Latino’s list of top ten 2019 Latino books. The list includes poetry, fiction, and memoir—”noteworthy books by and about Latinos you might want to add to the list of titles you plan to explore in the coming year”—and provides brief reviews of each of the selected titles.
The Academy of American Poets solicited and published a poem by Gina Franco, professor of English. “The Same and the Other” was published through the Poets.org Poem-a-Day initiative on December 3 and includes Franco’s commentary and audio file of her reading the poem as well as two of Franco’s other poems.
Magali Roy Fequiere, associate professor of Gender and Women’s Studies, was awarded an artist residency at PLAYA in Summer Lake Oregon this past July. The competitively selected residency included visual artists, writers, and a scientist all working on creative projects furthering their artistic visions and craft. For Roy-Fequiere, “PLAYA was a real gift of time that allowed me to have creative solitude and sustaining connections to a great community.”