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Faculty news and URECA Symposium

Associate Professor of English and Humanities Department Chair Nina Chordas travels to San Diego, California April 4 to attend the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America. She will present a paper entitled “Translations of Shakespeare in Russia: Hamlet and Resistance through perevod” as part of the panel discussion on “When is a Translation (Adaptation) not an Adaptation (Translation)? Authorization and Resistance in Adaptations of Shakespeare.”

Associate Professor of History and Chair of Social Sciences David Noon will travel to Seattle on April 18 to present a paper entitled "Barack Obama and the Superheroic  Presidency" at the Pacific Northwest American Studies Association Conference.

Mark your calendars for the annual URECA Symposium on Tuesday, April 16 from 3:00 – 5:00 pm in the Glacier View Room. Student URECA award recipients and their mentors will be giving brief talks on their funded projects. Come enjoy some light refreshments and find out what our talented students have been doing. 


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