Diana Palardy, assistant professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Spanish, published the article “The Metaphorical Consumption of the Racial Other in Spanish Advertising” in Constructing Identities: The Interaction of National, Gender and Racial Borders. She also published a translation of a selection from El día del Camello by Raúl Hernández Ortega (The Day of the “Camello”) in Voces del Caribe.
Johanna Slivinske, part-time faculty, Social Work, was recently named as a member of the Editorial Narrative Review Board for the peer reviewed journal Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping. In addition, Slivinske and Lee Slivinske, emeritus professor, Social Work, co-authored “Therapeutic Storytelling for Adolescents and Young Adults.” The authors introduce a technique they call Gradual Self-Disclosure Storytelling and the PLAN Method of intervention. The techniques are designed to empower adolescents, young adults and the people who work with them through the power of therapeutic narrative.
Domenic Leo, part-time faculty member, Art, published “The Pucellian School and the Rise of Naturalism: Style as Royal Signifier?” in Jean Pucelle: Innovation and Collaboration in Manuscript Painting. He also published “Paris, BnF, ms. fr. 1584: An Art Historical Overview,” “Illuminating Le Jugement dou roy de Behaingne” and “Le Jugement dou roy de Navarre” in Guillaume de Machaut, Complete Works, vol. 1, The Debate Series. He was also an invited scholarly researcher for “Machaut in the Book: Representations of Authorship in Late Medieval Manuscripts.” In addition, Leo spoke on the topic “An Iconographic Study of Two Poems in Machaut Manuscript C” at the Machaut in the Book: A Mellon Research Symposium at the University of Virginia, Harrison Institute. And, he presented “Image to Image: Visual Syntax in Illuminated Machaut Manuscripts” at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University.
Gary Salvner, emeritus professor, English, published the essay “Once and Future ALAN: Where We’ve Been, Where We Might Go” in the Summer 2013 issue of The ALAN Review. ALAN is an affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English dedicated to the study of young adult literature.
Will Greenway, professor, English, has had several poems published: “Scramblin’ Man” in ellipsis: literature and art; “Pathetic Fallacy” in The Aurorean; “Daedalus” in Fox Cry Review; “If There’s a Hell” in The Main Street Rag; “Catch and Release” and “Eating Key Lime Pie with a Comb” in Turk’s Head Review; and “A Call of Good News” in The Cape Rock.