Book Release: Torture and Brutality

Colleagues and Friends, I am pleased to announce the publication and release of my new book: Torture and Brutality in Medieval Literature: Negotiations of National Identity. Published by D.S. Brewer. Check out the link on Amazon, consider clicking ‘like’. “An ugly subject, but one that needs to be treated thoroughly and comprehensively, with a […]

David Shoenthal

Associate Professor of Mathematics David Shoenthal had a puzzle published by the MAA magazine FOCUS.  “A Four Color Problem,” a modified Sudoku puzzle, appears on page 19 of the December 2011/January 2012 issue and is available online.

History Professor Interviewed for a Magazine Article.

Phil Cantrell, of the Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy, was interviewed for an article by Christianity Today  magazine about the politics behind the recent break between the Anglican Church of Rwanda and the Anglican Mission in the Americas.  Cantrell’s research and publishing focuses on colonial and post-genocide Rwanda.  He and Longwood were cited in the […]

Christopher Swanson

Christopher Swanson will perform Handel’s Messiah as the tenor soloist on Friday, December 2, in Lynchburg Va at Heritage Baptist Church. He will perform with the Lynchburg College Choir and Orchestra.