Dr. Gabbe brings his expertise in sustainable urban planning to the department
Tobias Wofford’s fellowship with the Smithsonian supports his book project, Visualizing Diaspora: Africa in African American Art, and allows him to research African American artists from the 1960s through the present.
Geometry and the making of wallpaper combine for an interesting book by Associate Professor of Math Frank Farris.
There have long been ghostly metaphors in Latin American culture, but analysis of the haunting and the spectral has been missing in book format until Alberto Ribas-Casasayas started delving into it.
At the core of Brian Buckley’s philosophy classes is his belief that the exposure to different lives, circumstances, values, and ways of looking at things helps foster greater empathy and understanding.