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In 2012, Michael Bérubé will become the president of the 30,000-member Modern Language Association.
Blum received research grants for her new book project, <em>Arctic and Antarctic Circles: The Print Culture of Polar Exploration.</em>
Caserio will also be a Resident Fellow at the Penn State Institute for Arts and Humanities in Fall 2011.
Hawhee, a scholar of bodily rhetorics, spoke with Kareem at the Chicago Humanities Festival about his own life as an athlete and scholar.
"First There Is a Mountain" was praised in <em>Publishers Weekly," "Yoga Journal," "Identity Theory"</em> and elsewhere.
Students in Paul Kellermann’s nonfiction classes have written biographical profiles of the residents of a local retirement community.
<em>The Contemporary African American Literary Canon</em> will be published by Indiana University Press.
His new volume, "A Brand New Beggar," has been published by Steerage Press.
Selber earned the prize for best article in <em>Technical Communication Quarterly</em> with his essay, "A Rhetoric of Electronic Instruction Sets."
In honor of the end of his term he gave the keynote address at the RSA's biennial 2010 conference in Minneapolis.
Her work on black philosophers & the fiction of Charles Johnson was called "groundbreaking."
<em>Land and Book: Literature and Land Tenure in Anglo-Saxon England</em> shows how the social procedures and documents of property drove innovation across written genres in Latin and Old English.
In his article, Marsh discusses inequality and education reform.
Our ideas about art and about sexual identity, he shows, are of relatively recent origin and closely intertwined.
Largely set in small town and rural Pennsylvania, these are works of social realism for our time.
William J. Cobb's new novel, "The Bird Saviors," will be published by Unbridled Books in Spring 2012
His short story, "The Lousy Adult," will also appear this Fall in The Hopkins Review.
Sean X. Goudie Chosen to Chair 2012 American Studies Association Outstanding First Book Prize Committee
The Lora Romero First Book Publication Prize is awarded each year to the best-published first book in American Studies.
The first issue under Schreier’s editorship is issue 31.1, Spring 2012.
Becker will join Allison Bechdel & Evelyn Hammonds at the Strada Center in Cambridge, MA for "Remembering Adrienne Rich."