Prof. Nadia Celis’s research casts a new light on Gabriel García Márquez’s classic crime novel Chronicle of a Death Foretold. She’s planning a collaboration with the Theater and Dance department to tell the story.
Three Things Sara Dickey Wants You To Know about Her Latest Book ‘Living Class in Urban India’ — And the Cool Honor It Just Received
Professor of Anthropology Sara Dickey’s latest book, Living Class in Urban India, has been honored by the Association for Asian Studies.
Seniors in an education class have been learning valuable computer science skills to gain greater insight into the impact that policy decisions have had on some of the country’s biggest school districts.
From plate tectonics to molecular ecology, from the history of jazz to Asian Communism, from game theory to the French Revolution, the candidates span a wide variety of subjects.
History and Africana Studies Brian Purnell is teaching a new generalist course in US history this semester, designed to give students an informed understanding of how America became the country it is today.
The Winkley Professor of Latin and Greek aims to shed fresh light on the literary connections between Ovid and Homer, who lived nearly a thousand years before the Roman poet, and who may well have been several different people!