Works-In-Progress, March 9th: Dr. Travis Beaver

“Not that there’s anything wrong with that!”: Anxious Masculinities and Gendered Homophobia Travis Beaver, Assistant Professor of Sociology Monday, March 9th, 12pm Location: Murdock 218 While there is evidence of decreasing social acceptance of homophobia in the US, surveys show that significant numbers of LGBTQ individuals have experienced discrimination because of their sexual orientation or …

Works-In-Progress, April 27th: Dr. Hannah Noel

“Trash Music: The Third Wave Whiteness Approach to Bro-Country & Country-Rap” Hannah Noel, Assistant Professor of Multiethnic Studies & the Digital Humanities Monday, April 27th, 2020 - An Online Event with Live Q&A To attend, click HERE. Using the video sharing app TikTok, black country-rap artist Lil Nas X created a meme out of his …

Works-In-Progress, May 4th: David Lane

"SOPHIE AND THE MUMMERS — Building Bridges of Empathy With Silent Narrative" David Lane, Artist-In-Residence & Guest Lecturer of Fine and Performing Arts An Online Event with Live Q&A To attend, click HERE. Devised theatre practices are opening up new avenues for play development which move beyond traditional playwright-centered structures. Following in the footsteps of 1960s …

Thinking through a course revision by Anthony Daly, Ph.D.

Photo Credit: Reagan Smith   Teaching at a public liberal arts college means that you teach a lot. Often, this means teaching some of the same courses every year, perhaps every semester. These courses are often a requirement in a major, and perhaps also the core. This familiarity and experience can be a benefit, helping …