Kat Tracy on NatGeo’s Deadly Journeys of the Apostles

Guest scholar Kat Tracy appears in the four-episode National Geographic/Arcadia Production documentary Deadly Journeys of the Apostles.  The series originally aired on March 28, 2015 and continues to be broadcast on the National Geographic Channel throughout the season.

Archaeology Field School Receives Register of Professional Archaeologists Certification

Register of Professional Archaeologists Field School Certification Program Dr. Brian Bates, Director of the Dr. James W. Jordan Archaeology Field School, is pleased to announce that the Field School has been successful in earning certification by the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA), making it one of only 18 field schools in the world to be […]

The Night I Heard Everything

Mary Carroll-Hackett’s fourth book since 2010 has just been released from Future Cycle Press.  The Night I Heard Everything is a collection of prose poems that traces a life spent in liminal places, particularly that often shadowy and always sacred realm between life and death, touching on both the isolation and the grace, even the […]

Interculturalization and Teacher Education

Together with two colleagues, Dr. Renee Gutiérrez, assistant professor of Spanish, recently published Interculturalization and Teacher Education: Theory to Practice (Routledge).  In this study the authors examine how socio-cultural beliefs, institutional structures, and external accreditation bodies interact in the process of interculturalization, highlighting the incentives and barriers as well as strategies to implement and maintain interculturalization […]