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English faculty publish slew of new books

English News - Mon, 09/26/2016 - 11:10am

A number of new publications are out from the English Department:

Nancy Pagh’s latest book, Write Moves: A Creative Writing Guide and Anthology, has just been published.

Kristin Mahoney’s most recent essays are “Camp Aesthetics and Inequality: Baron Corvo’s Toto Stories,” which appears in Economies of Desire at the Victorian Fin de Siècle: Libidinal Lives; and “Michael Field and Queer Community at the Fin de Siècle” which appears in Victorian Review.

English faculty publish slew of new books

News - Mon, 09/26/2016 - 11:10am

A number of new publications are out from the English Department:

Nancy Pagh’s latest book, Write Moves: A Creative Writing Guide and Anthology, has just been published.

Kristin Mahoney’s most recent essays are “Camp Aesthetics and Inequality: Baron Corvo’s Toto Stories,” which appears in Economies of Desire at the Victorian Fin de Siècle: Libidinal Lives; and “Michael Field and Queer Community at the Fin de Siècle” which appears in Victorian Review.

Healing must start with action

News - Mon, 09/26/2016 - 10:44am

Journalism's Sheila Webb publishes new paper on photojournalist Dickey Chapelle

CHSS Publications - Thu, 09/22/2016 - 11:00am

Professor of Journalism Sheila Webb has published a new paper in "American Periodicals" about groundbreaking 1960s photojournalist Dickey Chapelle.

Journalism's Sheila Webb publishes new paper on photojournalist Dickey Chapelle

News - Thu, 09/22/2016 - 11:00am

Professor of Journalism Sheila Webb has published a new paper in "American Periodicals" about groundbreaking 1960s photojournalist Dickey Chapelle.

Journalism's Brian Bowe publishes new paper on the effects of media on Pakistan's 'fragile democracy'

CHSS Publications - Tue, 09/13/2016 - 9:19am

Assistant Professor of Journalism Brian Bowe has published "Mediatization in Pakistan: Perceptions of media influence on a fragile democracy" in the journal "Journalism." Bowe co-wrote the paper with Lawrence Pintak of WSU and Syed Nazir of the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan.

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Journalism's Brian Bowe publishes new paper on the effects of media on Pakistan's 'fragile democracy'

News - Tue, 09/13/2016 - 9:19am

Assistant Professor of Journalism Brian Bowe has published "Mediatization in Pakistan: Perceptions of media influence on a fragile democracy" in the journal "Journalism." Bowe co-wrote the paper with Lawrence Pintak of WSU and Syed Nazir of the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan.

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Nelly Trocmé Hewett to Discuss her Family Village's Effort to Hide Jewish Refugees in World War II at WWU Sept. 23

MCL News - Tue, 09/06/2016 - 2:41pm

Nelly Trocmé Hewett will speak about the French Plateau Vivarais-Lignon and the village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, a place of safety and shelter for Jewish refugees during WWII, from 3-4:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 23 in Academic West 204 on the Western Washington University campus.

The presentation is free and open to the public.

WWU Creates Ray Wolpow Institute for Study of Holocaust, Genocide

News - Tue, 08/16/2016 - 11:24am

Western Washington University has created the Ray Wolpow Institute for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity and named Sandra Alfers, professor of German in Western’s Department of Modern and Classical Languages, its founding director.

The institute is named after retired Western Professor Ray Wolpow.

‘Pokémon Go’ Adds to Safety Concerns Associated with Smartphone Use, says WWU Professor

Psychology News - Wed, 07/27/2016 - 9:28am

As Pokémon Go soars to never-before-seen heights of usage across the world – consider that in barely over a week after its release it already had more daily users than Twitter – some questions have begun to arise about safety.

‘Pokémon Go’ Adds to Safety Concerns Associated with Smartphone Use, says WWU Professor

News - Wed, 07/27/2016 - 9:28am

As Pokémon Go soars to never-before-seen heights of usage across the world – consider that in barely over a week after its release it already had more daily users than Twitter – some questions have begun to arise about safety.

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