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Berlin Poems Published

Posted on January 8th, 2013.

Monica Berlin (English) recently published three poems. “[Back to this wind, up against it even, and the recognizable sky]” and “[No apples on the apple tree this summer, and if there were]” appeared in the Fall 2012 issue of Crazyhorse. As well, another poem, “[To reach the river we cross and keep crossing sometimes]” from [...]

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Berlin Poem Published

Posted on January 3rd, 2013.

Monica Berlin (English) was a featured contributor at Hayden’s Ferry Review. Her poem “[Just before the blood draw the other morning, I filled in small]” was published in their most recent volume, “In the Dark” (issue 51). Also, Berlin’s poem “[The problem is the revolving door of this city even you]” was published in The [...]

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Berlin Essays Published

Posted on November 27th, 2012.

Monica Berlin (English) has contributed an essay to the Writers on Writing series at “Passages North.” Berlin and Beth Marzoni ’04, have published a collaborative essay, “[That the river seemed the only way now]“ at “Vela,” an online journal of travel writing by women.

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Wilson Essay Published

Posted on November 6th, 2012.

Douglas Wilson, Lincoln Studies Center, was invited to contribute to “Lincoln: A President for the Ages,” a book published by PublicAffairs Press to mark the opening of Steven Spielberg’s new film “Lincoln.” The contributions are all aimed at putting Lincoln’s ideas and actions as President in a contemporary perspective. Wilson’s essay is entitled “‘Public Opinion [...]

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McAndrew Article Published

Posted on October 25th, 2012.

Frank McAndrew (psychology) and recent Knox grad Hye Sun Jeong ’11 have published an article in the November issue of Computers in Human Behavior. The title of the article is “Who does what on Facebook? Age, sex, and relationship status as predictors of Facebook use.” Their research was also presented at the annual meeting of [...]

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Muelder to give presentation in Vancouver

Posted on October 25th, 2012.

On November 3, Owen Muelder, director of Knox’s Underground Railroad Freedom Center, will join historians from Colgate, Harvard, Holy Cross, Simmonds College, and the University of Nottingham, who will give presentations about African American resistance to slavery at the Social Science History Association’s Annual Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. Muelder’s presentation will be an overview [...]

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Simpson Short Stories Published

Posted on October 3rd, 2012.

Chad Simpson recently published four short stories: “The Other Woman” appeared in Five Chapters (http://www.fivechapters.com/2012/the-other-woman/); “Translated from the French” appeared in BETTER: Culture & Lit (http://bettermagazine.org/001/chadsimpson.html); “The Most Beautiful Thing About Her” appeared in WhiskeyPaper (http://whiskeypaper.com/the-most-beautiful-thing-about-her-by-chad-simpson/); and “Open Mic Night at Fat Fish Pub” appeared in Wigleaf (http://wigleaf.com/). Simpson also recently published an essay, “The [...]

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McAndrew Part of Panel Discussion

Posted on October 2nd, 2012.

Frank McAndrew (psychology) made a presentation and participated in a panel discussion on teaching careers at liberal arts colleges in Columbia, Missouri on October 2. The event was sponsored by the University of Missouri’s Graduate School as part of their “Preparing Future Faculty” program.

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Simpson Writings Published

Posted on September 11th, 2012.

Chad Simpson’s essay, “An Epilogue to the Unread,” appeared recently at the Rumpus. Simpson’s story, “Status Updates” was recently published in B O D Y. http://bodyliterature.com/2012/09/05/chad-simpson/ Simpson’s wife, Jane Carlson, created a book trailer for his soon-to-be-released collection of stories, Tell Everyone I Said Hi. And speaking of the book: There will be a book-release [...]

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McAndrew Article Published

Posted on August 30th, 2012.

Frank McAndrew (psychology) has published an article in the August issue of Psychological Reports. Carin Perilloux ’03, was a co-author on the article, and she is currently on the faculty at Union College in Schenectady, NY. The title of the article is “The Selfish Hero: A Study of the Individual Benefits of Self-Sacrificial Prosocial Behavior.”

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