10/22/2018
Literature professor to study Renaissance bodies, health, and medicine in Venice
klestinec-painting.jpgStarting this coming spring, Cynthia Klestinec will be a senior visiting professor at the University of Venice, Ca'Foscari, where she will collaborate with faculty and students and conduct research on her project: The Officina* of the Surgeon: Bodies, Health, and Medicine in Renaissance Venice.
10/16/2018
“Locate, excavate, and contextualize”: collaborative-community research in Indigenous communities
On October 1, Mindy Morgan presented a lecture, "Untangling the Web: Indigenous Linguistic and Cultural Knowledge and Americanist Anthropology," which explored the synthesis of her work from the last 20 years focusing on the opportunities and challenges of linguistic and cultural revitalization of Native American communities
10/09/2018
Where Are They Now? | Alumni Spotlight: Judi Ketteler '98
Interview with Miami graduate alumna Judi Ketteler '98, who visited campus on October 2nd to share her career wisdom. She has worked as a freelance writer since 2002, writing essays, articles, speeches, and content copy.
09/28/2018
Media and policy advocate Anna Veduta talks about reporting on "the real Russia"
On September 20, Anna Veduta, global outreach director for the English version of the online newspaper Meduza, spoke to a packed room in Harrison Hall about her work with the most reliable media outlet covering Russia
09/18/2018
Thinking about Thoreau: History professor Steven Conn addresses a summer audience of 1500 at New York's Chautauqua Institution
This summer, W. E. Smith Professor of History Steven Conn was invited as a Miami Faculty Fellow to the renowned Chautauqua Institution in southwestern New York state. There he gave a lecture following the theme of "Ethics of Dissent"
09/17/2018
"Pictorial Prosthetics" Lecture by Dr. Bradley Boovy
boovy-poster-image.png“Pictorial Prosthetics: Martial Masculinity and Veteran Amputees in Early 1920s European Visual Culture”
09/10/2018
Latin American students study US institutions at Miami University
This summer, the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC) hosted 20 students from 6 Latin American countries (Ecuador, Panama, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic) in the Study of the U.S. Institutes on Social Entrepreneurship (SUSI) program on July 14 – August 18
08/07/2018
Ohio Writing Project's graduate teaching program celebrates 15th graduating class
The 15th graduating class of the Ohio Writing Project's Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, housed in Miami's Department of English, completed their degrees on July 21 at a ceremony held at the Farmer School of Business
06/26/2018
New study abroad program to Australia first with humanities focus
lit-down-under-sm.jpgBeginning in summer 2019, the Department of English will offer a new study abroad program, “Lit Down Under: Australia.” The program is open to all Miami University students, not just professional writing, creative writing, or linguistics majors/minors.