Research in Arts and Letters

Book by Chris Robé and Stephen Charbonneau looks at activist media practices in the 21st Century
September 24, 2020

New Book sheds light on what it means to enact change using different media of the past and present

“The World That Fear Made” by Jason Sharples University of Pennsylvania Press
September 17, 2020

Book Analyzes Slave Revolts and Conspiracy Scares in Early America

“Postcolonial Hangups in Southeast Asian Cinema: Poetics of Space, Sound, and Stability” by Gerald Sim
September 10, 2020

Book reveals how postcoloniality manifests stylistically in films

“Impersonating Animals: Rhetoric, Ecofeminism, and Animal Rights Law” by S. Marek Muller
September 03, 2020

Book evaluates the rhetoric of animal rights activists Steven Wise and Gary Francione, as well as the Earth jurisprudence paradigm.

Lotus Seeley, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology
August 27, 2020

The award is presented annually to the best sociological journal article on the topic of sex and gender

Mehmet Gurses, Professor of Political Science
August 20, 2020

”Anatomy of a Civil War: SociopoliticalImpacts of the Kurdish Conflict in Turkey” (University of Michigan Press, 2018) by Mehmet Gurses

Emmanouil Vermisso, Associate Professor, School of Architecture
August 13, 2020

The award will support Vermisso’s doctoral research of “Generative Design Processes in Architectural Education”

Image (left): Still frame from SIN BIN | FIRST STUDY | THE GRIM REAPER (2018) a film by Shane Eason
August 06, 2020

These awards are granted annually to preeminent South Florida artists

Hugh T. Miller
July 30, 2020

New book takes a narrative approach to studying public policy and administration

Yolanda Gamboa, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Spanish
July 23, 2020

The Williamsen Prize is awarded to a current member of the Association of Hispanic Classical Theater for an outstanding academic book published in the past three years