Research and Honors, April 3, 2018
Kass Fleisher, ENG, published “If Your Soul Seesaw,” an essay in the Dispatches from the Poetry Wars. The work is an excerpt from Volunteer: Journeys through America’s Antiviolence Agencies.
Amy Robillard, ENG, published “Essaying to Understand Violence” in Getting Personal: Bringing Personal Writing into the Classroom in the Digital Age (Albany: SUNY). She also published “These Five Hours” in Full Grown People and “’You’ve Been Disciplined’: Graduate Academic Writing as Social Practice” in Prompt: A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments.
David Brian Williams, MUS retired, published “Heritage Band of the Midwest Digital Audio Archives: 40-Plus Years of Volunteer Dedication to International Wind Band Music” for College Music Symposium Online. He also co-authored “Foreword,” in the Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education (Oxford University Press).
Kathryn Jasper, HIS, presented “Applications of GIS to the Study of Monastic Reform During the Eleventh Century” to the Department of Geographic and Atmospheric Sciences at Northern Illinois University.
Eric Willey, Milner, presented “Don’t Print the Legend: The Diverging Lives of Pawnee Bill and Gordon Lillie” at the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (PCA/ACA) conference in Indianapolis.