College Launched Volume XI of Philologia
May 1, 2019
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 Beisser, professional and technical writing and literature and language, and Sophia Campos, philosophy, politics, and economics and political science; managing editor Michelle Corinaldi, sociology; 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 Kiser, fashion merchandising and design; marketing editor Owen Forrester, professional and technical writing; and layout editor Taylor Bush, multimedia 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 Goodison, national security and foreign affairs; “The Importance of Universal Design on College Campuses” by Madelyn Hart, human development; “Paintings in the Year Without a Summer” by Zachary Hubbard, history; 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. Fisher, Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management; Virginia Fowler, English; Eunju Hwang, Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management; Jeff Joiner, School of Visual Arts; Melanie Kiechle, History; Nancy Metz, English; Joseph Pitt, Philosophy; Lucinda Roy, English; Joe Scallorns, English; Robert P. Stephens, History; Yannis Stivachtis, Political Science; Courtney I.P. Thomas, Political Science; and Bonnie Zare, Sociology.
Michelle Corinaldi will assume the role of editor-in-chief for the 2019–2020 academic year.