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Study Abroad Research Presented

Lily Goetz (Professor of Spanish) and William Holliday (Assistant Professor of History) presented two co-authored studies on content-focused language use and student engagement at the 7th Annual Conference on Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) in Richmond, Virginia.  One study compares Spanish oral proficiency development among students who studied in a short-term CLAC immersion […]

History Professor publishes opinion piece

Larissa Smith Fergeson recently had an opinion piece commemorating the 50th anniversaries of the Birmingham church bombing and the opening of the Free Schools  in Prince Edward County appear in four newspapers in Richmond, Lynchburg, Norfolk, and Newport News. The article can be read here: http://www.newsadvance.com/opinion/community_viewpoint/article_d608d438-1cb3-11e3-8390-001a4bcf6878.html

SOLstice featured in Bay Journal Article

Longwood’s SOLstice – Summer of Learning – Science Teachers Investigating the Chesapeake Environment – Program was recently featured in an article entitled “Passing on their pearls of wisdom : Waterman heritage tours catcing on with tourists” in Bay Journal. The accompanying photo is of SOLstice students and Mark Fink is quoted. Read the entire article […]

Sean Ruday

A manuscript co-authored by Sean Ruday, Assistant Professor of English, has been accepted for publication by the Literacy Research Association Yearbook. This manuscript, titled “‘You Can’t Put the Genie Back into the Bottle’: English Teachers’ Beliefs and Attitudes Regarding Digital Literacies in the Classroom,” discusses the results of a research study conducted by the authors […]

History Professor Jim Munson publishes article

Associate Professor Jim Munson published an article entitled “A Nation of Shopkeepers:  England in French Economic Discourse in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Eras” in the 2011 Consortium on the Revolutionary Era: Selected Papers.  The article uses archival research to examine how French writers and policy-makers modeled the British economy in an era of warfare and intense commercial […]

History Professor has a new article accepted for publication.

Assistant Professor Phil Cantrell in the Department of History has a new article forthcoming in Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture.  The article is titled “We Were a Chosen People: The Return of the East African Revival to Post-genocide Rwanda” and will appear in June, 2014.