Liberal Arts Assistant Professor Oliver Thorndike’s recent study on Immanuel Kant’s “Theory of Music” was published in the International Journal of Philosophy, Con-Textos Kantianos, on December 16. Thorndike first presented his article at the Seminario Kant y la filosofía clásica alemana (Kant Seminar and German Classical Philosophy) at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in Mexico City in August 2021.
Peabody Distinguished Visiting Professor Tim Page wrote the obituary for Stephen Sondheim in the Washington Post, covering his impacts and life achievements in musical theatre.
On September 25, liberal arts faculty member Jelena Runić gave a video guest presentation for Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, the first Sino-British university, located in Suzhou, China. The title of the presentation was “English Language Teaching Methods: The Rise and Fall of the Grammar-Translation Method.
On June 22, liberal arts faculty member Jelena Runić gave a video guest lecture for researchers and scholars at the University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The title of the talk was “Surviving the Research World: Strategies for Journal Article Abstract Writing.”
Faculty member Jelena Runić, liberal arts, published “Strong Pronouns in Slavic and Japanese” in the book Current Developments in Slavic Linguistics: Twenty Years After, based on selected papers from the 11th European conference of Formal Description of Slavic Languages, and a guest paper by Noam Chomsky, pp. 401-410, edited by Teodora Radeva-Bork and Peter Kosta.