Faculty featured in College humanities research update

May 5, 2017

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A woman with curly brown hair half-pulled-back, wearing a black-and-orange patterned blouse, and holding an open blue-covered book stands talking to a white-haired man wearing a dark suit jacket and seated behind a table with a white tablecloth and more of the same book on small easels; more people and tables stand in the background.

Dr. Stephanie Shirilan (left) discusses humanities research at the 2016 Arts and Sciences publication reception.

English faculty Dr. Dympna Callaghan, Dr. Roger Hallas, and Dr. Stephanie Shirilan discussed the important work of research in the humanities at the College of Arts and Sciences in this first article in a four-part series on "Valuing the Humanities": http://asnews.syr.edu/newsevents_2017/releases/humanities_research_part_one.html


Summer 2017 ETS 119-1: Sounds of Protest and Change: Literature of the American Civil Rights Movement
May 19, 2017
MoTuWeTh 2:00-3:45p.m. | Dr. Meina Yates-Richard How did the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements impact American literature?
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Faculty and PhD candidate receive Humanities Center fellowships
May 17, 2017
Dr. Mike Goode (Associate Professor) will be a Faculty Fellow in Spring 2018; T.J. West (PhD candidate) will be a Dissertation Fellow in 2017-2018.
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PhD students chosen for teaching awards
May 16, 2017
Evan Hixon and T.J. West have received Outstanding TA Awards; Amy Burnette and T.J. West have received James Elson Teaching Awards
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MAYmester ETS 410-5: Ghosts, Money, and Monsters in the Victorian Short Story
May 16, 2017
MTWTF 8 a.m.-noon | Dr. Claudia Klaver When it comes to weird, we have NOTHING on the Victorians.
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