Members of the faculty and staff at St. Lawrence have recently presented
work at academic conferences or had work published in journals, while others
have work about to be published or presented.
Professor of Sociology Kenneth Gould presented a paper titled "The
Gods of Small Things: Nanotechnology, Institutional Power and the
Environment" at the First International Seminar on Nanotechnology,
Society and Environment in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in October of 2004.
An essay by Electronice Services Librarian Paul Doty, titled "Spenser
and the Selectric II," was published in the Spring 2004 edition of The
Leaflet, the journal of the New England Association of Teachers of
Assistant Professor and Margaret Vilas Chair of History Donna Alvah
presented a paper at the 2005 annual meeting of the American Historical
Association, titled "Local Views of American Military Families Overseas
in the Early Cold War Era." In November of 2004, Alvah was awarded a
John F. Kennedy Research Grant for research to be conducted this year at the
John F. Kennedy Library in Boston.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Speech and Theatre Ann Marie Gardinier
is scheduled to give two presentations at the upcoming Southeastern Theatre
Conference. With three colleagues, Gardinier will participate in a panel
on the topic "Making the Transition," dealing with moving from graduate
student to educator, theatre professional to educator and large academic
department or program to small-college environment. Gardinier will also
present, with a colleague, "Directing The Vagina Monolgues: Addressing
the Controversy, Making a Difference."
The article "Criteria for Replacing Print Journals with Online Journal
Resources: The Importance of Sustainable Access," by Collection Development/
Acquisitions Librarian William Walters, appeared in the October 2004 issue
of Library Resources and Technical Services.
Assistant Professor of Speech and Theatre Traci Fordham-Hernandez presented
the paper "Raising Chicanos in the Great White North" at the annual conference
of the National Communication Association, in the Latino/a Communication Division,
in November of 2004.
Posted: February 1, 2005