Dr. Carolina Rocha publishes an edited volume. (Click here to read.)
[IMAGE: Honors Day Students]
Dr. Douglas Simms publishes a paper:
"Reevaluating Emendations to the Old English Riming Poem LL. 17-18", Notes & Queries n.s. 57 (2010):301-305.
Dr. Tom Lavallee publishes a paper, click here to read it.
"'Galloping Our Minds Beyond the Borders': Exploring Leisure in the Poetry of the Orchid Pavillion Gathering." Journal of China Tourism Research 6 (2010):85-103.
Dr. Carolina Rocha published a paper, click here to read it.
"Contemporary Argentine Cinema During Neoliberalism" Hispania 92.4 (2009) 824-834.
On March 27th, Gabrielle Williams, a Spanish Education Major, presented a paper entitled "Freedom in Un lugar en el mundo and Caballos salvajes" in the 29th Annual French and Spanish Symposium at Saint Louis University. Gabrielle's project was part of an Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities fellowship working under the supervision of professor Carolina Rocha. Audrey Townsend also presented "Candide etl'optimisme" working under the supervision of professor Debbie Mann. Congratulations Gabrielle and Audrey! Picture:
In the Fall 2009, Alexis Torres and Devan Faulkenberg worked under the supervision of Dr. Carolina Rocha as part of the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities ( URCA) program. Alexis (Major: Speech Pathology ) and Devan (Major: Spanish Education) helped Professor Rocha in her research about contemporary Latin American cinema. They honed their research abilities and had the chance to participate in an exciting project. Congratulations Alexis and Devan! Pictures:
A recent Foreign Languages and Literaturegraduate of SIUE, Elizabeth Killingbeck, is spending a semester in Senegal and is keeping a blog of all her adventures. Check it out!
Dr. Douglas Simms, assistant professor in German, published an article in the Journal of Germanic Linguistics, entitled "The Words for 'Fire' in Germanic". A copy of the article is available by clicking here.
The article is also available in this resource: Journal of Germanic Linguistics, volume 21, issue 03, pp. 297-333.
Dr. Douglas Simms, assistant professor in German, published an article in the The Heroic Age, entitled "Heavy Hypermetrical Foregrounding in the Old Saxon Heliand and Genesis Poems". You may read the article by clicking here.
Published in Vol. 12 of the on-line journal, "The Heroic Age"