Join us for a Wine & Cheese Reception for Concha Alborg who will read from her latest novel:.
American in Translation: a Novel in Three Novellas
(About the Book) (About the Author)
This event will take place on the second floor of Drexel Library
Thursday, October 13th
4:00 to 5:00 PM.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing.
|| 8th ANNUAL FACULTY SCHOLARS RECOGNITION
This powerpoint electronic exhibit (in flash format) highlights 2010 scholarship of SJU faculty and includes selected scholarly works across all disciplines. The exhibit showcases journal articles and monographs published in 2010.
If you have difficulty viewing the flash format, the exhibit is available in traditional ppt as well.
- no more than 2 scholarly works/author are presented
- a link to the complete Bibiliography (as of 4/07/11) provided by our SJU scholars will be availabe at this site soon.
View our past SJU Scholarship Recognition.
Please join us for a reception to celebrate recent scholarship from the English Department. A selection of work is also on display in the first floor Café Area, from faculty such as Thomas Brennan, S.J., Ronald C. Wendling, Amy Lewis, and Joseph Feeney, S.J.
Location: CMC 2nd Floor, Francis A. Drexel Library
Time/Date: Thursday, October 21, 5:00p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Thursday, October 21, 11:30am
Associate Professor of English April Lindner will read from her new novel, Jane, a contemporary retelling of the classic Jane Eyre.
View the book trailer: Jane, by April Lindner
Praise for Jane:
” I couldn’t put Jane down! Whether you love literature, romance, thrillers, or anything in between, you’ll get swept up in Jane all the way to its scrumptious, satisfying end.” – Sara Shepard, New York Times bestselling author of Pretty Little Liars series
“There’s nothing plain about Jane. April Lindner executes the cool trick of being stubbornly loyal to the well-loved original while creating something totally new and captivating” – Ceciily van Ziegesar, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Gossip Girl Series
Copies of Jane will be available for purchase by cash or check.
The faculty here at SJU work hard every year to research, write and publish on important topics across the disciplines. Come and join us in congratulating them on the fruits of their labors at our Faculty Scholars event, and the opening of the Faculty Scholars exhibit, tomorrow from 3-5 p.m. on the second floor of the Drexel Library. An opening by President Father Lannon and the Provost, Dr. Brice Wachterhauser, will be followed by presentations from four faculty members who will talk about the projects they’ve worked on and the things that they’ve published in 2008. The exhibit and presentations will feature not only journal articles and books, but also creative works or projects that professors have been apart of. Come get the scoop on what your professors do outside of the classroom!
The program will include presentations by:
Susan Fenton, Assistant Professor, Photography
John Neiva, Assistant Professor, International Business
Thomas Donahue, Professor, Foreign Language and Literature
Melissa Goldthwaite, Associate Professor, English