Congratulations to Newly Promoted Affiliates.... Susan Johnson to Full Professor.
Rosie Molinary’s second book, Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance was placed on the 2012 Amelia Bloomer Project list.
Susan Gardner participated at a NEH workshop, “Approaches to Teaching Lakota Culture. The event took place on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota.
Aaron Toscano’s book, Marconi’s Wireless and the Rhetoric of a New Technology is coming out February 29.
Nancy Bishop is teaching Gender and Sexuality online, she also creates Women’s Studies courses for a number of schools across the nation.
Kent Brintnall became the co-chair for the Queer Studies in Religion Group of the American Academy of Religion. He’s also the editor for the journal, Theology & Sexuality. His first book, Ecce Homo: The Male-Body-in-Pain as a Redemptive Figure was recently published by the University of Chicago Press.
Jennifer L. Hartman co-authored two articles that were published, “College Women’s Experiences of Dating Violence in Casual and Exclusive Relationships both as Victims and Perpetrators” and “The Impact of a Domestic Violence Unit on Offender Recidivism.” She was also named the Internship Coordinator of the Criminal Justice and Criminology Department.
Shanti Kulkarni’s publication, Organizational Prevention of Vicarious Trauma, was cited as one of the 100 most influential publications in the social work discourse in the past decade.