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Faculty presentations and publications, Nov. 5 -12

Tuesday, November 12, 2013 4:00:00 PM

Dr. Mette L. Baran, assistant professor in the doctoral leadership studies department, and Dr. Kristine Kiefer Hipp, professor in the doctoral leadership studies department, served as panelists as members of the International School Leaders Development Network (ISLDN).  The session, “Learning from each other: Making Connections between High Needs Schools and Leadership for Social Justice Research,” took place at the UCEA Annual Conference in Indianapolis, Nov. 7-10.

Dr. Stacey Floyd, assistant professor and chair of the English & Writing department, presented her paper "Becoming What You're Not: The Embodied Act of Class-Passing in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction” at the Midwest Modern Language Association Conference in Milwaukee on Nov. 9.

Dr. Maureen McKnight, assistant professor in the English & Writing department, presented her paper "A Useful Fiction: Memory and Remorse in Julian Barnes' A Sense of an Ending” at the Midwest Modern Language Association Conference in Milwaukee on Nov. 7. Dr. McKnight also presented a paper entitled "Don Draper, Modern Man? Precarious Masculinity in Mad Men" at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association’s conference in Atlanta on Nov. 9.

Dr. Barbara Spies, OFS, associate professor of communication arts, has been invited to present “Theorizing about Interfaith Dialogue: Connecting Again for the First Time” at the National Communication Association Convention in Washington, D.C., in November 2014.

Dr. Sarah Foust Vinson, assistant professor in the English & Writing department, presented her paper "The Art of a Tweet: Integrating Twitter in the College Writing Classroom” at the Midwest Modern Language Association Conference in Milwaukee on Nov. 7.