Kristi Tredway, visiting assistant professor at St. Mary’s College, has a book contract with Lexington Books. The book, currently titled “Intersectionality and Articulation: Epistemological Overlaps,” highlights the similarities between intersectionality and Stuart Hall’s theorizing of articulation. Patricia Hill Collins, the leading social theorist of intersectionality, originally queried the possibility that intersectionality and articulation are similar Find out more »
St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Board of Trustees met today, Friday, April 20, and approved the budget for the Jamie L. Roberts Stadium, in the amount of $12.3 million, including design, construction, and equipment. “The design for the new Jamie L. Roberts Stadium has exceeded our initial goals for the project,” said Charles “Chip” Jackson, Find out more »
Assistant Professor of Psychology Nathan Foster has published “Self-Regulated Learning of Principle-based Concepts: Do Students Prefer Worked Examples, Faded Examples, or Problem Solving?” in the journal “Learning and Instruction.” (Foster, N. L, Rawson, K. A. & Dunlosky, J. (2018). The paper follows three experiments, as participants learned how to solve probability problems under practice conditions involving Find out more »
Kristi Tredway, visiting assistant professor of the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at St. Mary’s College, has a book contract with Routledge. The book, “Social Activism in Women’s Tennis: Generations of Politics and Cultural Change,” based largely on her dissertation, chronicles the lineage of social activism in women’s professional tennis from 1968, when tennis became Find out more »
Associate Professor of History Adriana M. Brodsky, gave the keynote address at the 7th Annual ucLADINO Judeo-Spanish Symposium titled “New Directions, Old Roots.” In the talk, “Translating” Israel: Sephardi Zionist Youth in Argentina, 1948-1970,” Brodsky discussed the artistic events that young Zionist Sephardim in Argentina organized in order to explain to the older generations why Find out more »
Professor of Spanish Joanna Bartow, recently had a scholarly article published, titled “Herencias del terror de estado y del consenso: hijas perversas en ‘Árbol genealógico’ de Andrea Jeftanovic y ‘Pájaros en la boca’ de Samanta Schweblin,” in the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (Liverpool, 2018) In English the title is: “Inheritances of State Terrorism and Consensus: Perverse Find out more »
Jessica L. Malisch, St. Mary’s College assistant professor of biology, was a member of a working group of academic mothers who, with lead writer Rebecca M. Calisi (University of California), compiled a list of methods for conference organizers to facilitate attendance at conferences by primary caregivers. “This was an important collaborative project conducted by 46 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.
Kristi Tredway, visiting assistant professor of the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at St. Mary’s College, has published a chapter in “The Palgrave Handbook of Feminism and Sport, Leisure and Physical Education” (Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2018). The article, “Judith Butler, Feminism, and the Sociology of Sport,” chronicles the ways in which Judith Butler’s theories of gender performativity have Find out more »
Professor of Psychology Elizabeth Nutt Williams is co-author of the article “Feminist Critique of and Integration With Diagnostic and Therapeutic Treatment Models” in the “APA Handbook of the Psychology of Women: Vol. 2. Perspectives on Women’s Private and Public Lives,” edited by C. B. Travis & J. W. White (2017).