Loyola students recover treasure trove of women’s writings
Professor of English, Dr. Jean Lee Cole, led her class, Reading Women, Writing Women, 1890-1920, on a treasure hunt for the writings of Baltimore women. With funding from the Center for the Humanities, the upper-level English students traced the lives and works of members of the Woman’s Literary Club of Baltimore. As students learned more about female writers from over a century ago, they also learned how women the women had different views of the suffrage movement and the Confederacy. The students created a website, and Dr. Cole will continue working on the literary club with future cohorts of students.
Art History students create an exhibit of rare fore-edged paintings
Associate Professor of Art History, Dr. Kerry Boeye and his upper-level Art History class, Museums: History, Politics, Practices created an exhibit in the Loyola Notre Dame Library. With the help of the Johns Hopkins Department of Conservation and Preservation, students displayed and conducted research on Loyola’s collection of fore-edged painting books. They analyzed the history of each book and how it was created and how the illustrations reflected the artwork of the time.
Professors making a difference at Loyola
Professor David Carey, History, and Professor Nick Miller, English, received awards for the teaching. Carey, who specializes in Latin American history, received the Faculty Award for Excellence in Engaged Scholarship. Miller received the Award for Excellence in Transformative Teaching for his
From Greek armor to ox skulls:
Find out how students redecorate the Classics department lounge with ox skulls with the help of Biology Professor Dr. David Rivers and Classics Professor Dr. Martha Taylor.
Loyola’s student-run Apprentice House Press publishes novel by Slain Capital Gazette Columnist Rob Hiaasen