Jonathan Highfield’s course performance of “Juvie Talk” mentioned in an article on resources for educators

Jonathan Highfield’s first year literature seminar’s narrative production, based on the book Juvie Talk, is referenced in an article about resources for…

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Jonathan Highfield celebrates the release of his second book

Culminating years of research, Jonathan Highfield is celebrating the release of his second book, Food and Foodways in African Narratives: Community, Culture, and Heritage.

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Avishek Ganguly begins Fellowship at the International Research Center at the Freie Universität in Berlin

Avishek Ganguly recently began his 10-month term as a Fellow at the International Research Center at the Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany. During…

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Alexia Kosmider to serve on the documentaries jury at the Wicked Queer Film Festival

Alexia Kosmider will be serving on the documentaries jury at the Wicked Queer Film Festival, which is being held in Boston from 30th March…

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Gloria-Jean Masciarotte to take part in a panel discussion for Trinity Repertory Company’s Great Writers Series

Gloria-Jean Masciarotte will take part in a panel discussion as part of the Trinity Repertory Company’s Great Writers Series. Masciarotte will be taking part in a…

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RISD Theater Production Workshop Presents “The Phantom Tollbooth”

RISD’s annual Wintersession Theater Production Workshop, taught by Fred Sullivan, culminated in a stage adaptation of The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster.

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Jonathan Highfield published in the new book “Décentrement et travail de la culture”

Jonathan Highfield has published a chapter entitled “Food and Foodways in African Narratives” in the new book Décentrement et travail de la culture.

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Jonathan Highfield’s first year literature seminar presented narratives based off of the book “Juvie Talk”

Students from Jonathan Highfield’s first-year literature seminar presented narratives from the upcoming book Juvie Talk by photographer Richard Ross.

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Nicole Merola’s essay published in the new anthology, “Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities”

Nicole Merola’s essay, Engaging the ‘Eaarth’: Teaching and making climate change cultures in an art and design context, was published in the new anthology, Teaching Climate Change…

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Phil Eil interviews Jeff Chang, author of “We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation”, for Salon

Phil Eil interviewed Jeff Chang, author of We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation, for