Announcements | Kudos
Art of West Texas Women: A Celebration by
Kippra D. Hopper and Laurie J. Churchill.
Introduction by Pamela Brink
- Kudos and Cool Stuff: WS Affiliated Faculty and Friends
Dr. Laura Beard, Professor, CMLL - Interview by the American Association of University Women, Former AAUW Fellowship Award Recipient Interview
Dr. Aretha Marbley, Professor, Education - "Women Faculty of Color: Voices, Gender, and the Expression of Our Multiple Identities within Academe" (2011-0337) has been accepted for publication in Advancing Women in Leadership Journal. Advancing Women in Leadership Vol. 31, pp. 166-174, 2011 Available online at http://advancingwomen.com/awl/awl_wordpress/ ISSN 1093-7099
Women's Studies Undergraduate Minor LaTreshia Hamilton (Senior, Major Psychology) was chosen for the President's Congressional Internship Program In Washington DC this fall. She will be interning for US Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee (18th District of Texas).
Dr. Jacqueline Kolosov, Associate Professor of Creative Writing in the Department of English, will publish a critical essay on ekphrastic poetry (poetry based on visual art), "The Ekphrastic Poem: A Grounded Instance of Seeing," in The Writer's Chronicle, the bi-monthly journal of AWP (Associated Writing Programs). In addition, she has poetry and nonfiction forthcoming in Water~stone Review, Poetry East, Windhover, Under the Sun, and a Salmon Press anthology of poetry about dogs titled Dogs Singing - A Tribute Anthology.
Dr. Constance Cortez, Associate Professor of Art at Texas Tech University, coedited the book published by the University of Minnesota Press, "Death and Afterlife in the Early Modern Hispanic World," as part of the Hispanic Issues Online Series.
Dr. Joyce Carter, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Technical Communication in the Department of English, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Her three-year term is for the years 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Dr. David Larmour, Horn Prof of Classics in CMLL, gave paper at a conference, "Cultural Memory and Roman Religion" at the University of Birmingham, UK 4-6 July, 2010, entitled "Nights of Egeria". Prof. Larmour was also invited to speak at roundtable discussion of theories and practice of cultural memory and publicized the conference organized by the TTU Classics program to be held in Lubbock in January 2011, Cosmopolitan Technologies, which also deals with matters of cultural memory, in connection with space and identity.
Dr. Anne Hawkins, Associate Professor of Book History in the Department of English, was interviewed in the July 11 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education for the article "The Career Risks of Scrutinizing the Physical Side of Books." The article identifies Texas Tech University as noteworthy for its support of bibliographic studies: "At Texas Tech, bibliography is simply woven into what the English department does."
Dr. Jennifer Snead, Assistant Professor of 18th Century British Literature in the Department of English, has published the following two articles: "Evangelical Literacies: Predestination and Print, 1739-1740," in Religion in the Age of Enlightenment, Vol. 1 (December 2009) pp. 83-108 and "The Work of Abridgements: Readers, Editors, and Expectations," in Reading in History: New Methodologies from the Anglo-American Tradition, ed. Bonnie Gunzenhauser (Pickering and Chatto, 2010), pp. 77-91.
- Laura Beard,
College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Classical and Modern
Languages and Literatures
$24,092 for a proposal entitled, “Killing the Indian in the Child: Narratives of the Indian Residential School Experience.”
- Stacy Elko,
College of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Art
$30,000 for a proposal entitled, “Print Media as Source for Artistic Social Research.”
- Ann Hawkins,
College of Arts and Sciences, Department of English
$35,000 for a proposal entitled, “Romantic Women Writers Reviewed, 1789-1824.”
- Elizabeth Sharp,
College of Human Sciences, Department of Human Development and
$22,286 for a proposal entitled, “Intimacy and Eating Disorder Recovery for Single Women.”
Co-PI: Nancy Bell, College of Human Sciences, Department of Human Development and Family Studies
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