Professor Mara Scanlon’s essay “‘Afoot with my vision’: Whitmania and Tourism in the Digital Age” recently appeared as a chapter in From Page to Place: American Literary Tourism and the Afterlives of Authors (U of Massachusetts P). The chapter, drawing on a teaching experience using digital pedagogies that was funded by the National Endowment for […]
Congratulations to Professor Warren Rochelle! His story “Feathers” has been accepted for publication by Second Hand Stories Podcast. A broadcast version will soon be available for listening. The story is part of a collection-in-progress of gay-themed retellings of traditional fairy tales.
Professor Sushma Subramanian’s article “Worse than Tuskegee” has recently been published in _Slate_! It focuses on a little-known study in which American researchers infected unknowing Guatemalans with STDs to test prophylactic measures, leaving many untreated who have now passed on these diseases to their children and cannot afford treatment.