Everyone remembers the scene from the film "National Treasure" when Ben Gates has to break into the National Archives to steal the Declaration of Independence. And who can forget the scene in "Angels and Demons" when Robert Langdon must escape the Vatican archives after being trapped while reviewing classified manuscripts? These Hollywood scenes have painted a picture of what … [Read more...] about Little-Known Women
We are excited to announce that one of our own esteemed colleagues - Dr. Linda Trinh Moser - is the featured, cover story for the 2018 issue of Mind's Eye. This research publication will be distributed this week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=E6BoBaeBXY8 In her work, Linda researches culture, ethnicity and differing perspectives. She does this by … [Read more...] about Congratulations, Dr. Moser!
Professor Etta Madden and Associate Professor Shannon Wooden will each be on sabbatical next year to complete research and books on their respective areas of interest. Madden explores women’s issues with book, conference paper Madden will be researching and writing her fourth book, "Engaging Italy: American Women's Utopian Activism after Unification," for her sabbatical … [Read more...] about Two English professors expected to be on sabbatical next year