Here are the latest scholarly accomplishments in the School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies.

Kristen Egan Kristen Egan, assistant professor of English

An article, “Conservation and Cleanliness: Racial and Environmental Purity in Ellen Richards and Charlotte Perkins Gilman,” published in Women’s Studies Quarterly, a special edition on “Ruin,” December 2011.

Sara James Sara James, professor of art history

Chaired a session, “Art and Architecture on the Mediterranean Rim 1300-1600,” at the Southeast College Art Association, Savannah, GA on November 11, 2011.Awarded first place by the Garden Club of America for her photograph “Mottisfont” in the category Garden Paths.

Sarah Kennedy Sarah Kennedy, professor of English

Two poems, appearing in the next issue of The Louisville Review.

Brenci Patino Brenci Patino, assistant professor of Spanish

A paper, “‘Con la flor del domingo’: Cultural Representations of the Maid in (Mid) 20th Century Mexico” at the South Atlantic Modern Languages Association (SAMLA) convention on November 6, 2011.