The unveiling of Volume XI of Philologia, the undergraduate research venue of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, took place May 1 in the Multipurpose Room in Newman Library. All articles and creative scholarship are available online.

This year’s staff consisted of: co-editors-in-chief Rachel Beisserprofessional and technical writing and literature and language, and Sophia Camposphilosophy, politics, and economics and political science; managing editor Michelle Corinaldisociology; associate editors: Jessica Calvert, professional and technical writing and literature and language; Taylor Dickerson, professional and technical writing; Harlee Fuhrman, literature and language and management; Emily Gurganus, professional and technical writing and literature and language; Alana Hassett, professional and technical writing and creative writing; and Rachel Kiserfashion merchandising and design; marketing editor Owen Forrester, professional and technical writing; and layout editor Taylor Bushmultimedia journalism and fashion merchandising and design.

Volume XI consists of the following articles and creative scholarship:“Motherhood in the Workplace: A Sociological Exploration into the Negative Performance Standards and Evaluations of Full-Time Working Mothers” by Michelle Corinaldi; the poem “Father Time’s Coffee Breaks” by Abbigale Evans, multimedia journalism; “Russia in the Central African Republic: Exploitation Under the Guise of Intervention” by Kyran Goodisonnational security and foreign affairs; “The Importance of Universal Design on College Campuses” by Madelyn Harthuman development; “Paintings in the Year Without a Summer” by Zachary Hubbardhistory; and “Toni Morrison’s Experimental Novel, The Bluest Eye: Tempering ‘Disinterested Violence’ through the ‘Narrative Project’” by Joshua Kim, literature and language.

The assistance of College administrators – Monica Kimbrell, assistant dean; Rebecca Grogan, graphic designer; Debra Stoudt, a professor in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures and associate dean; Daniel B. Thorp, an associate professor in the Department of History and associate dean; and Newman Library’s Digital Publishing Specialist Robert Browder was acknowledged, as were the support and guidance from the following College review board members: Patti J. FisherApparel, Housing, and Resource ManagementVirginia FowlerEnglishEunju Hwang, Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management; Jeff Joiner, School of Visual Arts; Melanie Kiechle, History; Nancy Metz, English; Joseph PittPhilosophyLucinda Roy, English; Joe Scallorns, English; Robert P. Stephens, History; Yannis StivachtisPolitical ScienceCourtney I.P. Thomas, Political Science; and Bonnie ZareSociology.

Michelle Corinaldi will assume the role of editor-in-chief for the 2019–2020 academic year.