Type: Compositions performedLocation: De la Gardiegymnasiet, Lidköping vid Vänern, Sweden
Gustavo C. Fares Professor of Spanish
Wednesday, March 18, 2015Type: Presentations
“Border Literatures in the United States.” Graduate Seminar Lecture Series. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. August 28-30, 2014.
Thursday, November 13, 2014Type: Paper presented
Mark Phelan Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Sunday, December 1, 2013Type: Articles publishedLocation: Phenomenology and the Cognitive SciencesParticipants: Adam Arico, Shaun Nichols
Nicholas A. Mauro Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics
Tuesday, September 9, 2014Type: Research
From July 29-August 4 I and three of my students (Leo Sussman ('15), Erika Roedl ('16) and Benjamin Clark ('16) conducted a series of experiments at the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory. Over the course of five days, we conducted X-ray diffraction experiments on metallic glasses and Ionic Liquids. This work is part of a collaboration with Allison Fleshman in the Chemistry Department at Lawrence University and Kenneth Kelton at Washington University in St. Louis.
Asha Srinivasan Assistant Professor of Music
Friday, April 19, 2013Type: Compositions performedLocation: Northeastern Regional Tuba & Euphonium Conference, Ithaca, NYParticipants: Mary MacKinnon, tuba
Jake Frederick Associate Professor of History
Saturday, September 14, 2013Type: Paper presentedLocation: American Society for Ethnohistory, New Orleans, LA
Rosa Tapia Associate Professor of Spanish
Thursday, November 21, 2013Type: Articles publishedLocation: Revista Internacional d'Humanitats. CEMOrOc-Feusp / Univ. Autònoma de Barcelona.
Study on Claudia Llosa’s film 'The Milk of Sorrow' (Peru-Spain, 2009) dedicated to the relationship among different representations of the body, cinematic gaze, and gender according to the theoretical referents provided by Giorgio Agamben’s "homo sacer" and Teresa de Lauretis’ exploration of the “off camera” concept.
Timothy X. Troy J. Thomas and Julie Esch Hurvis Professor of Theatre and Drama and Professor of Theatre Arts
Thursday, June 19, 2014Type: PerformancesLocation: MetroStage Theatre Alexandria, Virginia
THE SPARKS FLY UPWARD follows three families in Berlin, two Jewish and one Christian, during the Holocaust. The Sparks Fly Upward begins on October 28, 1938 with the deportation of Polish Jews residing in Germany to Poland and concludes with the liberation of Berlin in May 1945 and the re-dedication of the Neue Synagogue in Berlin in 1995.
Type: PerformancesLocation: Great Plains Theatre Conference in Omaha for their PlayLabs Series.
For the Life of Me, a new play by Timothy X. Troy was chosen by the Great Plains Theatre Conference in Omaha for their PlayLabs Series - one of about a dozen featured plays for their annual conference in May.