Archive for February, 2022

Faculty Spotlight: Jill Locke

Jill Locke (Political Science) gave the spring 2022 lecture, “Where are Greta’s Friends? Invisible Peer Groups and the Fantasy of Girl Power,” at The University of San Francisco Honors College.

Faculty Spotlight: Pamela Conners

Pamela Conners (Communication Studies) was featured in the Mankato Free Press for her work with Gustavus students on “Welcome New Neighbor: Refugee Resettlement in Southern Minnesota 1948-1952,” an exhibition that is on display at the Treaty Site History Center in Saint Peter through March 26, 2022.

Faculty Spotlight: Shu-Ling Wang

Shu-Ling Wang (Economics and Management) has recently published her paper “Fiscal Stabilization in High-Debt Economies without Monetary Independence” (joint with Yin Germaschewski) in the Journal of Macroeconomics (forthcoming, 2022). The paper studies the welfare outcomes of six fiscal stabilization rules in Greece, a highly indebted country in a monetary union.

Faculty Spotlight: Peg O’Connor

Peg O’Connor (Philosophy) published an article, “Women Overdosing in the Pandemic,” in the International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics. Additionally, O’Connor has an article, “Are You Deceiving Yourself,” in the January/February 2022 print magazine, Psychology Today, and is also a featured contributor in that issue.

April Peterson Library Career Internship

During the 2022 J-Term, April Peterson ’22 completed a career internship at the Folke Bernadotte Library. Her faculty sponsor, Dylan Mohr, sat down to talk with her about the experience. Could you say a few words about your J-Term internship at Folke Bernadotte Library? What were your goals for the experience? What did your daily […]

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy) had papers included in two recently-published anthologies: “A Private Snack of Crackers and Butter” was published in the book Food in Memory and Imagination: Space, Place and, Taste, edited by Beth Forrest and Greg de St. Maurice (Bloomsbury). “Recipes for Theory Making” was reprinted in A Philosophy of Recipes: Making, Experiencing, and […]

Faculty Spotlight: Colleen Stockmann

Colleen Stockmann (Art and Art History) was in residence at the Huntington Library, Museum, and Botanical Gardens (San Marino, California) for the month of January 2022 completing a fellowship and conducting research for a forthcoming article on landscape and tenement housing at the turn of the 20th century. In May 2022, Stockmann will present that […]