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Angelique Dwyer (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures)

Angelique Dwyer published her creative non-fiction story written in Spanglish entitled “My Brother the Mexican” in the peer reviewed online journal PORTAL: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, Vol. 14. Number 1 (2017) edited by renowned academic Paul Allatson. This piece is part of a collection of short stories under the same title, all of which […]

Thia Cooper (Religion)

Thia Cooper published an opinion piece entitled “What Does Liberty Look Like Now?” in the University of Edinburgh’s Edit magazine, Summer 2017.

Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management)

Kathy Lund Dean and her colleagues presented a paper at the OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators entitled, “Just because we can doesn’t mean we should: Ethics in experiential learning.” In the paper they make the argument that moving from passive to active learning techniques requires specific skills that are rarely taught and supported, and […]

Tom Huber (Physics)

Tom Huber, Ian McKeag ’17, and William Riihiluoma ’17 presented a paper on ultrasound distributions at the June 2017 Acoustical Society of America Meeting in Boston, MA. Huber, with colleagues from Rhodes College, presented a paper on optical imaging of ultrasonic waves passing through a human heel bone at the June 2017 Acoustical Society of […]

Margaret Bloch Qazi (Biology)

Margaret Bloch Qazi and Gustavus student collaborators Paige B. Miller ’15, Penny M. Poeschel ’15, Mai H. Phan ’14, Joseph L. Thayer ’15, and Christian L. Medrano ’14 published an article “Transgenerational effects of maternal and grandmaternal age on offspring viability and performance in Drosophila melanogaster” in the Journal of Insect Physiology.

Joaquín Villanueva (Geography)

Joaquín Villanueva presented his work “Theorizing Access: Justice, Rights, and Legal Knowledge” at the 2017 American Association of Geographers Annual Conference in Boston.

Jill Locke (Political Science)

Jill Locke published an essay, “Against Nostalgia: The Political Theory of Ida B. Wells,” in American Political Thought: An Alternative Reader (Routledge Press, 2017).

Chuck Niederriter (Physics)

Chuck Niederriter presented a report on the InTeGrate program at Gustavus at the summer meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in Cincinnati on July 24. The paper, titled “Climate Science Across the Liberal Arts Curriculum at Gustavus Adolphus College”, was co-authored by Julie Bartley (Geology), Thomas Huber (Physics), James Dontje (Johnson Center), and […]

Carlos Mario Mejía Suárez (Modern Languages, Literature, and Cultures)

Carlos Mario Mejía Suárez’s article “Masculinidad hegemónica, conflicto y memoria en dos novelas de Alonso Sánchez Baute y Óscar Collazos” [“Hegemonic Masculinity, Conflict, and memory in two novels by Alonso Sanchez Baute and Oscar Collazos”] has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed volume tentatively entitled Literatura a través de las culturas [Literature Across Cultures], […]

Fake News Versus the Liberal Arts

Last December 4, Maddison Welch made a horrific choice. Armed with an AR-15, a shotgun, and a handgun, the 28-year old father of two drove 350 miles from Salisbury, N.C., to a pizzeria in the District of Columbia. He had read articles on social media and watched YouTube videos insisting that Comet Ping Pong was […]