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Prof. Michael Croley
Faculty
Prof. Michael Croley shares his story as an Asian American in Appalachia.
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Prof. Jack Shuler
Faculty
Prof. Jack Shuler's recent book, "This is Ohio," recently has has won awards including the Malott Prize and the Richard Frisbie Award.
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Jack Shuler
Faculty
DU Prof. Jack Shuler’s new book reveals courageous men and women combating the overdose crisis in Newark, Ohio.
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American flag in the sunset
Faculty
Co-edited by DU Profs Michael Croley & Jack Shuler, "Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," challenges mainstream media coverage of mid-America.
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Black Lives Matter protests
Faculty
An article by English Prof. Jack Shuler asks "Can the White People of Small-Town America Get Behind the Movement for Black Lives?"
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Faculty
Two nooses appear in a small Maine town, and Prof. Jack Shuler provides comment.
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Michael Croley
Faculty
Short story collection, "Any Other Place," by Asst. Prof. Michael Croley wins Weatherford award for fiction.
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Dr. Ann Townsend reading her poetry
Faculty
Professor of English and poet Ann Townsend has been honored with an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award.
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Prof. David Baker
Faculty
Two poems by Professor of English David Baker have been featured by former U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser.
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Chief Hole in the Day
Faculty
Prof. Peter Grandbois follows the life of an Ojibwe chief in "Half-Burnt," a glimpse into a Native American story told outside typical conventions.
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Two student fencers
Faculty
Denison's Fencing Coach Peter Grandbois uses mindfulness practices as part of team training.
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Michael Croley
Faculty
English prof. Michael Croley explores issues of identity and displacement in his debut collection of short stories, 'Any Other Place.'
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football game
Faculty
A film by Denison faculty looks at a Portsmouth, Ohio semi-pro football team, and how they support each other through their history with opioids.
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snowball of pills chasing humans
Faculty
"We must confront the implicit bias and stigma" toward people with substance use disorder says Dr. Thomas Kimball, citing Prof. Shuler's writing.
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Peter Grandbois
Faculty
Prof. Peter Grandbois' new book "Kissing the Lobster" approaches the sport of fencing as a metaphor for life.
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David Baker
Faculty
Poet and English Professor David Baker's most recent book, "Seek After: on Seven Modern Lyrics Poets," explores the life and work of seven poets.
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Author Peter Grandbois
Faculty
English prof. Peter Grandbois places his own history within the context of values from a samurai code.
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a wrinkle in time movie poster
Faculty
Prof. Diana Mafe reviews "A Wrinkle in Time," and "Star Trek: Discovery."
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Jack Shuler
Faculty
Prof. Jack Shuler's book "Blood and Bone: Truth and Reconciliation in a Southern Town” was excerpted for an article on a small town in the Jim Crow era.
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Ignatius Sancho
Faculty
Associate Professor of English, Diana Mafe, will teach a new study abroad course in Bath, England, that focuses on the black Atlantic.
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Kirk Combe
Faculty
English professor Kirk Combe awarded Viola Kleindienst Endowed Professorship
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'The Woman Who Was Me' image
Faculty
Denison Prof. Peter Grandbois' play, "The Woman Who Was Me," will play a limited engagement in New York, May 24 through June 11.
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Faculty
Professors Omedi Ochieng and Linda Krumholz will guide the conversation about current news stories on February 24 at Noon in the Slayter Pit.
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Margot Singer
Faculty
Asso. Prof. and Director of the Lisska Center, Margot Singer also is an author whose prize-winning novel, "Underground Fugue" will be published in 2017.
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Kirk Combe
Faculty
Professor of English Kirk Combe has been awarded one of four inaugural Doane Faculty Fellowships for the pursuit of research.
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David Baker onstage
Faculty
English Professor David Baker will reprise a performance with the River Song Quintet and artist Miwa Matreyek at the REDCAT theatre in L.A.
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Prof. Jack Schuler
Faculty
Jack Shuler, associate professor of English, took a final drive to an execution - and talks about death penalty vigils in Ohio.
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Ann Townsend
Faculty
Denison Professor Ann Townsend has been honored by Barnes & Noble for her work on VIDA, a national nonprofit organization.
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JackShuler
Faculty
Associate Professor of English Jack Shuler recently published an article on Nina Simone in Salon.
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Professor Kirk Combe's short film, "The Feed"
Faculty
Professor Kirk Combe's short film, "The Feed," made on Official Selection of more film festivals!
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