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Professor considers ‘Faith of Emerson’

Dan Campana, professor of philosophy and religion, discussed his book “The Faith of Emerson,” which is about Ralph Waldo Emerson’s views of faith and American individualism, on April 11 in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room before an audience of about 20.

Brantley’s new book considers consumer activism of late 20th century

Allyson Brantley, assistant professor of history, discussed the boycotts against the Coors Brewing Company in the 1970s, at a virtual book launch for her new book, “Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors & Remade American Consumer Activism.” 

Authors explore their published works for Book Day

In honor of National Library Week, the Wilson Library hosted the annual Book Day through a panel discussion, highlighting six books and three book chapters via Zoom on Monday at noon.

Professors present published work

Six faculty members presented their published scholarly and creative works to the University community Monday in the Wilson Library Lobby in honor of National Library Week.

Neidleman explores truth-seeking

Jason Neidleman, chairman of the history and political science department and professor of political science, shows no signs of slowing down. Besides being professor and department chairman, Neidleman has just published his latest book, “Rousseau’s Ethics of Truth: A Sublime Science of Simple Souls.”

Lecture envisions future of books

Associate Director of Learning Technology Nori Barajas-Murphy and Web and Instructional Technology Librarian Erin Gratz discussed how students engage with textbooks in their “Faculty eAuthoring: A Taxonomy,” presentation Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.

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