Nyack College Arts and Sciences News
Dr. Greaves addresses African and African American topics
Dr. Sharron Greaves, Chair of the Department of Communications, presented four papers on African and African Amercian topics:
“English, Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa-Fulani: Multiple Language Accounts of Nigerian Culture via Nollywood Film” at the African Languages in the Disciplines Conference, Harvard University, April 20, 2012.
For more information: http://www.alp.fas.harvard.edu/ald
“Of Girth and Guts: Interrogating the Revivification of the “Big Mama” Caricature on Contemporary Stages and Screens” at the 14th Annual Women's History Conference: Women, The Arts and Activism at Sarah Lawrence College, March 3, 2012.
For more information: http://www.slc.edu/graduate/programs/womens-history/conference/schedule.html
“Strife, Survival, and Celebration: Twenty Years of Fires and Festivals in Crown Heights” at the Brooklyn Aesthetics Conference, St. Francis College, April 21, 2012.
For more information:
“Blue or Green?: The Bluest Eye, an Example of Adaptation for Edification vs. Dissemination for Profit” at the 35th Annual New Jersey College English Association, April 14, 2012.
For more information: http://njcea.org/conference/program2012.pdf
- Dr. Poston publishes two book reviews
- Dr. Arzola publishes anthology
- Alpha Chi Honor Society Rockland Chapter inducts 21 new members
- Dr. Lux publishes article on narrative theory
- Dr. Dueck publishes on religious exclusivism & diversity
- The Fine Print is Released!
- Dr. Arzola Lectures at Nyack Public Library for Poetry Month
- Dr. Romaine publishes essay in ArtWay
- Dr. Park lectures at Battery Park City Parks Conservancy
- Dr. Washington & Dr. Park Recognized as NAE Fellows
- Social Work partners with alternative-to-incarceration youth program
- Dr. Balmaceda leads discussion on mothers in prison
- Dr. Huster initiates Physics of Waves & Sound
- Dr. Arzola lectures on Pablo Neruda
- Social Work hosts "The New Jim Crow" discussion
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