Faculty Research Workshops
The value of academic research lies not only in the fascinating insights to be had on the world we all explore but also in the opportunity to share those insights with our colleagues, our developing scholars, and all who may wish to embrace the new perspectives found in the beauty of carefully crafted and delightfully lucid exposition and analysis. To that end, faculty of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures reveal from time to time the discoveries they have made in the course of their most recent academic research projects, thereby stimulating discussion, suggesting new research directions, and inspiring the development of new graduate research projects. As these workshops arise, they are listed here for the convenience of all who may be interested.
Dr. Phillip Penix-Tadsen: