Megan O'Donnell recently received a grant from SESYNC for a collaborative Digital and
Environmental Humanities project. The project, currently titled, "Policy,
Portrayal, and Coral Reefs" uses distant reading to analyze discursive
themes in coral reef news narratives as they relate to policy action and coral
Mali Collins-White has won a PAGE fellowship from Imagining
America. As a PAGE Fellow, she will work in a yearlong working group to promote
collaborative art-making, teaching, writing, and research projects.
Carolyne King has published two articles, "The Reader in the Textbook: Embodied Materiality and Reading in the Writing Classroom," forthcoming in Composition Studies 47.1, 2019 and "Tutors as Readers: Reprising the Role of Reading in the Writing Center," which is forthcoming in Praxis 16.1 Fall 2018.
Naghmeh Rezaie has had an article accepted by Literature/Film Quarterly. "Asghar Farhadi's The Salesman: A Border-Crossing Adaptation in a Border-Blocking Time" will be published this fall.