Beginning Saturday, Feb. 10, Professor of Art Sue Johnson’s art historical reinterpretations will be featured in “Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection” at The Muscarelle Museum of Art located on the campus of William & Mary. The selection presents works by more than 30 women artists including historically important figures such as Marguerite Find out more »
Adriana M. Brodsky, associate professor of history at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, was recently awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholar Fellowship to conduct research for four months at Tel Aviv University in Israel during the next academic year. The Fulbright program in Israel is administered by the United States-Israel Educational Foundation (USIEF). The award is Find out more »
Visiting Associate Professor of Sociology Andrew Cognard-Black recently co-authored the article “Institutional Variability in Honors Admissions Standards, Program Support Structures, and Student Characteristics, Persistence, and Program Completion” in the most recent volume of the Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council. Patricia J. Smith and April L. Dove were co-authors. Cognard-Black joined the faculty at St. Find out more »
Laine Doggett, professor of French, organized a session and presented “Cultivating Habits of Mind in a Course on Medieval and Early Modern Learning” at the Southeastern Medieval Association conference in Charleston, S.C., in November.
Katie Gantz, professor of French and associate dean of faculty, was an invited speaker at the biannual conference, “From Crisis Management to Innovation: Reimagining the Role of World Languages in the 21st Century.” The title of her talk: “Speaking Fluent Admin: Communicating the Value of World Languages in Times of Institutional Change.”
Two students conducting their St. Mary’s Project research with Aileen Bailey, professor of psychology and Aldom-Planseon Honors College Professor, have received grants to support their work. Marilyn Steyert ’18 was awarded an undergraduate research grant from Sigma Xi. Her grant is for $918 (Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research) to support her research on “The role Find out more »
F.J. Talley, director of the DeSousa-Brent Scholars Program at St. Mary’s College, has a second career as a mystery writer. In 2017, he published two books: “Take Hart: A Stephanie Hart Novel” and “Twin Worlds.” A third book, “Diaspora,” is set to print in 2018.
José Ballesteros, Steven Muller Distinguished Professor of the Arts, published the first anthology of Latinx poetry of the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. The anthology, “Knocking on the Door of the White House,” was curated and co-edited by Ballesteros and showcases the work of more than 20 D.C.-based poets and numerous translators. The anthology includes the translation work Find out more »
Instructor of Music Eliza Garth has received a positive review of her upcoming release “Tour de Force” (March 2018, Albany Records), featuring music by American composers Sheree Clement and Perry Goldstein. Kathodik, an Italian webzine that publishes articles, interviews, and reviews of rock, pop, jazz, ethnic and contemporary music, states, “As the title of this Find out more »
At a conference among 1,400 of her peers, St. Mary’s College of Maryland Professor of Anthropology Julia A. King was named the 2018 recipient of the Society of Historical Archaeology’s most prestigious award in recognition of her contributions to archaeology spanning decades. Established in 1981, the J. C. Harrington Award is named in honor of Find out more »