Dr. Megan Fulwiler, Dr. Kim Middleton, and Dr. Jennifer Marlow presented on a panel at the “Mobility Shifts” conference at The New School in New York City on October 14, 2011. Their panel discussion was “Shifting the University: Tactics to Revamp Sites of Institutional Learning.” One of the presentations on this panel, Dr. Marlow’s, was titled “Circuit of Culture as Analytics of Technology: Toward a Critical Development of Personal Learning Environments (PLEs)”.
Dr. Fulwiler and Dr. Middleton also presented in May 2011 at the “Unstable
Platforms: The Promise and Peril of Transition” at MIT. The title of their
presentation was “Making Selves/Making Citizens in the Age of YouTube.”
Dr. Eurie Dahn presented a paper titled “Cane in the Magazines: Race, Form, and Transatlantic Periodical Networks” at the “Mediamorphosis: Print Culture and Transatlantic Public Sphere(s), 1880-1940” Symposium at the University of Delaware on September 10, 2011. Dr. Dahn also wrote a short essay titled “Zora Neale Hurston’s Love Feast” for The Center for Classic Theatre (Issue 2).
In addition to her book party and poetry reading on campus on October 13, 2011, Dr. Barbara Ungar read and taught a workshop at Chester College of New England, in Chester, NH, on October 24, 2011 where one of St. Rose’s alumna, Jennifer Monroe, currently teaches poetry. Dr. Ungar will give readings on November 12 in Oconomowoc, WI, on November 20 at the Schenectady Public Library, on November 27 in Woodstock, NY, and on December 4 in NYC. Dr. Ungar has also been interviewed by and has three poems in the Fall 2011 issue of The Coachella Review, and has one poem in Atticus Review.
This summer, Dr. Rone Shavers co-edited, with Eric Dean Rasmussen, an “e-casebook” on author Lynne Tillman, which has been published online at EBR: Electronic Book Review. This past October, Dr. Shavers was an invited guest artist at the Walden School in Vergennes, VT, where he read from his novel-in-progress. In the summer of 2012, Dr. Shavers will serve as one of the invited guest authors at the New England Young Writers’ Conference.