In May 2014, Assistant Professor Mila Dragojevic published a book titled, The Politics of Social Ties: Immigrants in an Ethnic Homeland with Ashgate Press. Drawing on years of fieldwork in her birthplace, the former Yugoslavia, Dragojevic addresses how interpersonal networks and memories of ethnic conflict form the basis for recruitment into nationalist parties.
Jordan D. Troisi, Ph.D. –who will join the Psychology Department this fall– has accepted an invitation to serve as a Consulting Editor of the journal “Teaching of Psychology.”
Three recent graduates gave talks at the National Speleological Society Convention in Huntsville, Alabama on Wednesday, July 16. Will Coleman (Ecology and Biodiversity major, '14), Linnea Carver (Ecology and Biodiversity, '14) and Vincent Leray (Biology, '13) presented the results of their research on cave biology.
Professor John R. Palisano in the Department of Biology was recently featured in a CNBC news article entitled "Deadly Ebola spreads – and so do fears.”
The Sewanee Summer Shakespeare group announces its first production, Sweet Smoke of Rhetoric: A Witty and Informative Hour of Shakespeare. Performance(s) will take place during the third week of July (the final week of summer school and SSMF). Performances currently scheduled are Thursday, July 17 at 4 pm in Gailor Auditorium and Friday, July 18 at 9 pm at Sterlings Coffee House, and Saturday, July 19 at 2 pm in Gailor Auditorium.