Master of Arts News


News and events from UI&U's MA students, faculty, and alums.

Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg

Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg was recently selected as one of the 2012 BlogHer Voices of the Year for her article "The Path That Chose Me."

Shirley Rossi-Rivera

Shirley Rossi-Rivera recently returned from the 46th Annual Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, MI.

Rudolph Ryser, Ph.D.

Professor Rudolph Ryser reported the content of an intervention to the Adhoc Working Group on the Kyoto Protocols (AWG-KP) summit in Durban, South Africa, in support of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC).

Loree Miltich, Ph.D.

The March 2011 Exhibit at the MacRostie Art Center in Grand Rapids, MN, featured Migration, a collaborative project by poets Loree Miltich and Susan Hawkinson, photographer Jackie Solem, and calligrapher Meridith Schifsky.

Woden Teachout, Ph.D.

Among Pulitzer Prize-winning historians and other eminent speakers chosen for the First Wednesdays Humanity Lecture Series in Vermont, Woden Teachout presented Imagining America to a packed house.

Patricia Monaghan, Ph.D.

Patricia Monaghan's book of poems, "The Grace of Ancient Land," has been published by the Voices from the American Land project, established to "revive and amplify a dominant tradition in American letters — the poetry of place, whether urban, rural, or wild."

S. Amy Desjarlais, M.A. 2012

A graduate of the M.A. and Center for World Indigenous Studies partnership program, Amy Desjarlais’s final project was a journey of both self-discovery and research into culturally-appropriate consultation methods.

Concetta Spano, M.A. 2010

Concetta Spano, alumna of the History and Culture Concentration, recently received the 2012 New Jersey Governor’s Teacher Recognition Award for the Hopatcong School District.

Amber Fellure, M.A. 2011

Amber Fellure strengthened ties with her grandmother, Ann Brown, during her archival research locating primary sources for her final document.

Jan Hurndon, M.A. 2011

Jan Hurndon started a blog as part of her Applications course to document her European travels that brought her up-close-and-personal with the subject of her research, French Gothic art and architecture.

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