Gustavo C. Fares Professor of Spanish
Friday, June 12, 2015Type: Books published
The Immense Minority. Latin@s in the United States and their Positional Identities. (La inmensa minoría. Latino@s en Estados Unidos y las identidades posicionales). Buenos Aires: Dunken, September 2014.
"The Immense Minority" examines the construction of Latino identities, their history, and cultural and political expressions—and proposes new ways to think about the social and individual identities of minority groups.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015Type: Articles published
“El cine latino en Estados Unidos: ¿El fin de los estereotipos o su triunfo absoluto?” Revista del Instituto Superior 9-024 de Lavalle 6 (Octubre 2014): 21-30. ISSN 1853-4090. Print.
Type: Composition CommissionedLocation: Commissioned by Arrowhead High School, Hartland WI
Andrew Mast Associate Professor of Music and Director of Bands
Sunday, July 20, 2014Type: Other accomplishmentLocation: Appleton
Taught and conducted at the LAM Band Camp, an event I have been involved with since its inception in 2005.
Catherine C. Kautsky Professor of Music and Chair of Keyboard
Tuesday, January 21, 2014Type: Conferences/Meetings/Seminar
Although I met with Hillel only once to discuss their stand on recent official prohibitions of group interactions with Palestinian spokesmen, I spent a significant amount of time gathering materials, corresponding with students, and preparing for the meeting. This was an issue that I felt was significant for the group to consider, and I was disappointed that they ultimately chose not to take a stand.
Jake Frederick Associate Professor of History
Saturday, September 14, 2013Type: Paper presentedLocation: American Society for Ethnohistory, New Orleans, LA
Helen Boyd Kramer Lecturer of Gender and Freshman Studies
Friday, May 30, 2014Type: Other accomplishmentLocation: Oxford University Press
Friday, February 21, 2014Type: PresentationsLocation: Saint Norbert's College - DePere, WI
Antoinette Powell Music Librarian and Associate Professor
Sunday, October 19, 2014Type: Presentations
October 15, 2014
Gave a presentation at the History Museum at the Castle, "The Cleggett and Hollensworth Families: Appleton's Aristocrats"
From the History Museum's events page:
From the early 1860s to the 1920s members of the Cleggett and Hollensworth families were highly successful business people and leaders in the African American community in Appleton. The immediate families, extended family members and those who married into the family helped to shape North American history in the decades before the Civil War and into the 1930s. Their influence is seen even today. Learn how these large, far-reaching, intertwined, complicated families thrived in a time when race was not an issue and survived during more difficult times.
Antoinette Powell, Music Librarian and Associate Professor at Lawrence University will be your guide.