News 2013

Hume Presents at the Frye

Art History Professor Naomi Hume will discuss how painters challenged social mores with such decadent themes as sexuality, sickness, morbidity, and madness on November 7 at the Frye Museum.
Oct 14, 2013

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Theologian Agnes Brazal to Give Graff Lecture

Theologian Agnes Brazal to Give O'Hara Graff Lecture Agnes Brazal, coordinator of the graduate program at the St. Vincent School of Theology, presents "Solidarity in the (Cyber-) Body of Christ" on January 13.
Oct 14, 2013

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Smith Writes Memoir of Being Black and Catholic

Professor Mary-Antoinette Smith, Women and Gender Studies program director, published "It Takes a Village to Rear a Word Weaver: Memoirs of a Black Catholic Girlhood" in Unruly Catholic Women Writers.
Oct 10, 2013

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Center for Strategic Communications Confronts Family Homelessness

The Center for Strategic Communications continues its communication and advocacy work to end family homelessness with a new grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Oct 8, 2013

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Carlson on Why Disabilities Matter Set for October 24

Professor Licia Carlson, Providence College, presents "Why Disabilities Matter" on October 24. Carlson's scholarship addresses the ethical, bio-ethical, and historical questions raised by persons with disabilities.
Oct 7, 2013

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Dombrowski Receives Award for Scholarship, Presents at International Conferences

Philosophy Professor Dan Dombrowski received the Creative Advance Award for his scholarship. He has published 17 books and more than 100 articles on philosophy, theology, classics, and literature.
Oct 7, 2013

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Paul Presents at International Conference, Writes on Gaming as Homework

Communication Department Chair Chris Paul recently presented on toxic game culture and wrote about the usefulness of video games for developing critical-thinking skills.
Oct 2, 2013

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Cagle to Give Al Mann Lecture

Professor Hugh Cagle, University of Utah, will present "The Entanglements of Imperial Medicine: Three Lives in the Face of Death" as the annual Al Mann Memorial Lecture on April 8, 2014.
Oct 1, 2013

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Adejumobi Publishes on African Jesus Film

Professor Saheed Adejumobi, director of the Global African Studies program, published "Empire and Utopia: 'Resurrecting' Postcolonial Visions and Beyond" in the book "Son of Man: An African Jesus Film."
Sep 27, 2013

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Hickman Receives NIJ Grant

Criminal Justice Professor Matthew Hickman received a grant from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) to conduct research on citizen complaints about police use of force.
Sep 26, 2013

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