Faculty Scholarship & Collaborations

Gary Grieve-Carlson organized and chaired two well-attended panels on “Poetry and History” at the Northeast Modern Language Association conference in Baltimore on March 24, and delivered a paper at the same conference on March 25: “Who Killed the Duke of Gloucester? History in Shakespeare’s Richard II.”

David Lyons and Scott Walck’s summer research students resulted in the recent co-authorship of four students on the article “Local Pauli stabilizers of symmetric hypergraph states,” accepted and soon to appear in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. The students are Nathaniel P. Gibbons ‘18 (Mathematics and Physics), Mark A. Peters ‘17 (Actuarial Science and Mathematics), Daniel J. Upchurch ‘16 (Physics), and Ezekiel W. Wertz ‘18 (Physics).

Jeff Robbins was a keynote speaker at “Wake: A Boutique Cultural Festival” curated by Peter Rollins.  The festival was held in Belfast, Northern Ireland.  Robbins gave two public lectures and a public interview conducted by Barry Taylor on the subject of Robbins’ latest book, Radical Theology: A Vision for Change.

 

Faculty News

Barbara McNulty will be presenting at the  Cyprus Archaeological Research Institute (CAARI) in Nicosia, Cyprus this May.  Her paper is titled ,“Ambiguous Identities: The Portrait of Maria and Her Family in the Church of Panagia Theotokos, Kakopetria.”

She has also been selected to jury the 14th Annual Juried Art Exhibition to be held at Schmucker Art Gallery at Gettysburg College, June 1 through June 23, 2017.

Jim Scott assisted Peter C. Appelbaum in selecting, editing, and translating poems for the recent publication Broken Carousel: German Jewish Soldier-Poets of the Great War

English adjunct Curtis Smith has two stories in the forthcoming W.W. Norton anthology, New Microfictions. The stories first appeared in Beasts and Men, his latest story collection from Press 53.

Liz Sterner, her husband, and Michelle Rasmussen participated in the Lancaster March for Science on April 22. Meanwhile in Philadelphia, Cindy Johnston, her son Matt and daughter-in-law participated in the march.