Heather Lettner-Rust

Heather Lettner-Rust is presenting “Writing into the Local Sphere:  Acknowledging a Rhetoric of Conversation” at the 8th Biennial Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference held at Minnesota State University in October.  This presentation acknowledges the work of her English 400 students in meeting Town Council over a meal. With more successful community work accomplished in this particular […]

Phillip Cantrell

Phil Cantrell, the department’s specialist in Africa and Asian History, presented a paper titled “Teaching Issues in World History thru Service-Learning in Africa” at the 20th Annual World History Association at Capital Normal University in Beijing, China, July 7-10, 2011. As a part of the conference, Prof. Cantrell engaged in historical and cultural activities around Beijing and […]

Steven Isaac

Steven Isaac has been invited by the Association “AQUAREL: Les Louvrais” and the city of Pontoise, France, on October 10, 2011 to give a presentation titled “Robin des Bois: Légende Médiévale/Icône Américaine” (“Robin Hood: Medieval Legend/American Icon”). The talk will present the myth of the outlaw in the Middle Ages and in modern times particularly […]