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Faculty Works in Progress: 12 Nov 2018

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In the News: Dr. Laity


The English Department’s own Dr. Kathryn Laity will be a keynote speaker later this month at the 20th Anniversary Conference at the Finnish Institute of Japan. The conference focus is Finnish artist Tove Jansson, probably best known as the creator of The Moomins but also a painter and novelist. Dr. Laity’s keynote will be ‘Improvisation is a beautiful word’: Tove Jansson & Living Art Every Day.

Have you got news for us? Be sure to share the word with the English department, students and alumni.

In the News: Christina Romeo

Christina Romeo (BA in English, ’17) tells us:

I have been selected as one of the fellows for the Center for Women in Government and Civil Society’s 2019 Women in Public Policy Fellowship. I will be working for the NYS Coalition Against Domestic Violence in January. I will be working on the ground with domestic violence and homeless shelters across the state and will be an advocate for domestic abuse survivors. I will also have the chance to embark on my own research to improve services for LGBTQ+ teens and young adults escaping abusive relationships. I am one of the 400 past Fellows who now hold high ranks of positions in the public service field all over the New York State, across the country, and around the world.

Congratulations on securing such a prestigious fellowship!


Remember, if you have news to share with your fellow students, faculty and alumni, be sure to let us know.

Faculty Works in Progress with Jennifer Marlow, David Morrw

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Mark your calendars for another talk from our English faculty as they present current research and work.

English Department Faculty Works in Progress

Monday, November 12, 2:40-4pm

Albertus Hall, Room 406

with Jennifer Marlow, Associate Professor of English, Coordinator of First Year Writing

and David Morrow, Associate Professor and Chair, English Department

Join us as two members of the English Department faculty share excerpts from their works in progress, followed by a Q&A. Light snacks will be provided.

Jennifer Marlow will present “Twenty Years of Computers and Writing,” and David Morrow will present “‘[G]ood pasture makes fat sheep’: Early modern English husbandry manuals and the law of value.”

For more information contact Daniel Nester at nesterd@strose.edu or call 518-454-2812

What is Digital Publishing?

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Join us Monday afternoon in 423 Western for an introduction to Digital Publishing and the new minor. Ask questions, get answers!

Faculty Works in Progress with David Rice, Daniel Nester

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The English Department  presents:
Faculty Works in Progress

Monday, October 29
2:40-4pm Albertus Hall Room 406

Associate Professor of English
“Dancing About Architecture: Writing About Improvised Music”

Associate Professor of English
“New Poems and Creative Nonfiction”

Q&A follows.
Snacks will be provided.