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Alison Ritacco, Prof. Brent Plate, Prof. Robert Knight and Hannah Grace O'Connell at the Hill Cumorah Pageant in Palmyra, N.Y., in 2013
Documentary by Knight and Plate Screened at Religion Conference

A documentary film titled “In God’s House: The Religious Landscape of Utica, NY,” had its first public screening in November at the American Academy of Religion meeting in San Diego. Plate was on hand to present the film and answer questions.  More ...

Professor Alan Cafruny, second from right, at the Higher School of Economics conference.
Cafruny Presents at Higher School of Economics Conference in Russia

Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, participated in a November conference, Global Governance: Nominal, Real and Alternative Structures, at Higher School of Economics in Russia.  The conference was largely focused on the paradigm shift in geopolitical and geoeconomic structures of the modern world, as well as the underlying causes and long-term implications of such changes.  More ...

Jesse Weiner
Weiner Explains Cicero in The Atlantic

An article by Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics Jesse Weiner was published on Nov. 21 in The Atlantic. In “Ted Cruz: Confused About Cicero,” Weiner wrote about Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s rewriting of Cicero’s  “In Catilinam (Against Catiline)” to denounce President Barack Obama’s planned executive actions on immigration reform.  More ...

Aurélie Van de Wiele
Van de Wiele Publishes in French Studies Journal

Visiting Assistant Professor of French Aurélie Van de Wiele published an article in the current issue of the journal Nineteenth-Century French Studies and presented a paper at New York University during the biennial meeting of the Société des Professeurs Français et Francophones d’Amérique.  More ...

Cara Jones
Jones Presents Papers at NWSA Conference

Cara E. Jones, visiting assistant professor of women’s studies, recently presented papers titled “Compulsory (Re)productivity and Crip Existence” and “Disability and the Contingent Body” at the 2014 National Womens Studies Association (NWSA) Conference held Nov. 13-16 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  More ...

John McEnroe
Trying to Solve an Ancient Riddle

Professor of Art History John McEnroe published an article about the date of tablets found in the Bronze Age Palace at Knossos in Meditations on the Diversity of the Built Environment in the Aegean Basin published by the Canadian Institute in Greece.  More ...

Tara McKee
McKee Publishes ADHD Research

Associate Professor of Psychology Tara McKee recently published an article titled “Peer Relationships in Undergraduates With ADHD Symptomatology: Selection and Quality of Friendships.” It appears online in the Journal of Attention Disorders.  More ...

Knight's Work in Solo Exhibition at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Assistant Professor of Art Rob Knight has a solo exhibition of his project In God's House currently on view at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Porter Butts Gallery through Dec. 2. The project was supported by the Levitt Center and was developed over the past two summers with Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brent Plate.  More ...

Jaime Kucinskas
Kucinskas Publishes Article on Religious Movements' Unobtrusive Tactics

A forthcoming article in the Sociology of Religion titled "The Unobtrusive Tactics of Religious Movements," by Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology Jaime Kucinskas,   is available through advance access.  The article discusses how religious movements build upon and through secular institutions to expand their influence.  More ...

Janet Simons and Abhishek Amar
Simons and Amar Discuss DHi at Vassar

Janet Simons, co-director of the Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi), and Abhishek Amar, assistant professor of religious studies, gave invited presentations on Nov. 13 at Vassar College. Their audience included faculty, librarians and academic technologists.  More ...

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