Volume XII of Philologia Launched
The launch of Volume XII of Philologia, the undergraduate research venue of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, took place in May. All articles and creative scholarship are available online.
This year’s staff consisted of: co-editors-in-chief Jessica Calvert, professional and technical writing and literature and language, and Rachel Kiser, fashion merchandising and design; associate editors: Sarah Bauer, sociology and criminology; Harlee Fuhrman, literature and language and business management consulting and analysis; Emily Gurganus, professional and technical writing and literature and language; Haley Hurst, English (literature option), creative writing, and professional and technical writing; Grace Robinson, philosophy, politics, and economics; and marketing editor Rose Johnson, professional and technical writing and literature and language.
Volume XII comprises the following articles and creative scholarship: “Theories of Violence,” by Nicole Keenan, criminology, pp. 1–3; “From Philanthropy to Investment: Considering the New Role of the Private Sector in Global Development” by Caitlin Lambert, international public policy, pp. 4–10; “On Neoclassicism and the Numbing of the Negro Mind,” Joe Hughes, creative writing, pp. 11–13; “The M16 in Vietnam: A History of the Weapon’s Effectiveness in the Vietnam War and the Necessity of Its Creation,” by James O’Connell, history, pp. 14–19; and “A Critique of Hobbes’s State of Nature” by Bailey Villarreal, philosophy and psychology, pp. 20–24.
Members of this year’s College and Review Board were: Monica Kimbrell, assistant dean; Daniel Thorp, History and associate dean; Debra Stoudt, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures and associate dean; Thomas Gardner, English; Rebecca Grogan, graphic designer; Nancy Metz, English; Michael Moehler, Philosophy; Joseph Pitt, Philosophy; Carolyn Shivers, Human Development and Family Science; and Robert Stephens, History.