Academic Affairs

Faculty Highlight Works-in-Progress

Academic Affairs launched a series of Works-in-Progress talks this semester, providing informal opportunities for faculty to present scholarly and creative work to other faculty and staff members. On October 23, Holly Hubbs performed two movements on the record and discussed her experience learning the recorder over the past year; on November 20, Celine Brossillon presented on her article entitled, “Solitary Confinement in Rachilde’s La Tour d’Amour: Madness and Dehumanization of the Buried Alive.”

Works-in-progress offer faculty at all ranks opportunities to present their work in development and solicit feedback from their colleagues. Please contact Associate Dean Goldsmith if you would like to present a work in progress next year