The School for the Humanities and Global Cultures presents an evening featuring recent publications and scholarship from faculty in English, History, Philosophy, Religion, and Spanish:
Dr. Doug Dowland, We, Us, and Them: Affect and American Nonfiction from Vietnam to Trump (University of Virginia Press, forthcoming April 2024)
Dr. Bob Hartman, “A Christian Ethics of Blame: Or, God says, ‘Vengeance is Mine’,” Religious Studies: An International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion (forthcoming fall 2023)
Dr. Ray Person, Scribal Memory and Word Selection: Text Criticism of the Hebrew Bible (Society of Biblical Literature Press, 2023)
Dr. Jennifer Pullen, Fantasy Fiction: A Writer's Guide and Anthology (Bloomsbury Academic, forthcoming January 2024)
Dr. Kanishka Sen, Horacio Quiroga's Selected Short Stories: A Spanish-Bengali, Bengali-Spanish Bilingual Anthology (Avenel Press, 2023)
Dr. David Strittmatter, Memory, Heritage, and Preservation in 20th-Century England (Palgrave Macmillan, 2023)
Join us on Wednesday, November 8th, from 7-8pm in the Elzay Gallery of Art. These presentations will be preceded by a catered reception and followed by a Q & A.