Each term Oesterle Library presents new and timely exhibits in its lobby. Winter term’s exhibits feature the scholarship of Dr. Troy Hammond and publications by various faculty members.
As Dr. Troy Hammond begins his tenure as the College’s 10th president, a special exhibit will showcase his scholarship throughout his career.
Works of the following faculty are also on display in a separate exhibit:
• Sara Eaton, professor of English. “‘A Well-Born Race’: Aphra Behn’s The Widow Ranter: or, The History of Bacon in Virginia and the Place of Proximity” in “Indography: Writing the ‘Indian’ in Early Modern England,” a book edited by Jonathan Gill Harris, 2012
• Gerald Gems, professor of health and physical education. “U.S. Imperialism and Sport in Asia” in a collection of essays titled “Sports Around the World: History, Culture, and Practice,” 2012
• Perry Hamalis, Cecelia Schneller Mueller Professor of Religion, associate professor of religious studies, director of academic opportunities. “Ethics” in “The Orthodox Christian World,” edited by Augustine Casiday, 2012
• Ann Durkin Keating, Dr. C. Frederick Toenniges Professor of History. “Rising Up from Indian Country: The Battle of Fort Dearborn and the Birth of Chicago,” 2012
• Matthew Kirkpatrick, assistant professor of English. “Light without Heat: Stories,” a collection of short stories, 2012
• Gregory R. Ruthig, assistant professor of biology, with Katie N. Provost-Javier. “Multihost saprobes are facultative pathogens of bullfrog Lithobates catesbeianus eggs” in the journal Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, October 10, 2012
A feature article by Clare and Lucy Oesterle Director of Library Services John Small on the current state of eBooks is published in the winter edition of the library newsletter EX LIBRIS, available online.