Christy Harasimowicz won the 2013 SUNY-wide 18th and 19th Century Digital Scholars Essay Contest for her essay “Samuel Richardson’s Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded: Justification of Masculine Activity and the Avenue to Virtue.” The paper was originally written for Jonathan Sadow’s cross-listed English and Women’s and Gender Studies class ELIT/WMST 287: From Romance to Gothic. The contest, [...]
On Thursday, February 13th at 7 pm, Dr. Gretchen Sorin Sullivan, Director of SUNY Oneonta’s Cooperstown Graduation Program in History Museum Studies, will lecture on The Negro Motorist Green Book, a guidebook for African American travelers during the Jim Crow era. Published from 1936 to 1966, The Green Book provided a list of safe places [...]
The CSEA Local 635 Women’s Committee is pleased to announce its next Brown Bag Luncheon. On Wednesday, February 19th, Gail Feuer will present “Preparing for Retirement: You Can’t Start Too Soon.” Some of the topics to be covered include using sick leave to cover the cost of health insurance, estimating monthly pension payments, notifying your [...]
The next Tuesdays at the Grille will take place on February 11 in the Otsego Grille, Morris Conference Center from 11:30 to 1PM. Shrimp Scampi and Beef Stroganoff will be featured at the Live Sauté Station with the Main Buffet featuring an open faced Crab Meat Sandwich. The menu will vary each week and dining (cash [...]
Robert Compton, Department of Africana and Latino Studies and Department of Political Science published a review essay titled “Hegemony, leadership, and integration: South Africa” in Regions and Cohesion, vol. 4 (1). The review essay examines the role of post-apartheid South African leadership in promoting social cohesion. It examines the country’s public policies and the use of [...]
Richard Lee, English, published a book review of Short Story Theories: A Twenty-First-Century Perspective (Viorica Patea, ed.) in the journal Short Story (20.1: pp. 81-4).
The Friday Seminar Series in Biology presents: “Dummy Pollen, Buzzing Bees, and the Glossy Age of Botany” By Dr. Chris Martine, Associate Professor and David Burpee Professor in Plant Genetics and Research in the Department of Biology at Bucknell University. Synopsis of presentation: The bush tomatoes of northern Australia have been described as “gender-bending” plants [...]