Liberal arts faculty member Hollis Robbins (KSAS BA ’83, Writing Seminars) was featured on a podcast with the National Humanities Center. She talks about her research into the African American sonnet. She is currently on sabbatical from Peabody, serving a fellowship with the center, and she is the first Peabody faculty member to win such a fellowship.
Humanities Department Chair Hollis Robbins (KSAS BA ’83, Writing Seminars) has published her chapter “The Marrow of Allusion: Charles W. Chesnutt’s House Behind the Cedars and Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe” in a new MLA Books volume: Approaches to Teaching the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt edited by Bill Hardwig and Susanna Ashton. The book was published in Winter 2017.