Accomplishments

Faculty Accomplishments: College of Arts & Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences is excited to share recent accomplishments from our faculty and staff members.

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Accomplishments are listed by date of achievement in reverse chronological order, with the most recent first.


All Recent Accomplishments

Anthony DiMatteo, Ph.D., professor of English, had the title poem from his forthcoming chapbook, “Fishing for Family,” published in August in the journal Clade Song, which is dedicated to the interaction of humans and wildlife.

Amanda Golden, Ph.D., assistant professor of English, published the essay, “Sylvia Plath’s Teaching and the Shaping of Her Work” in Sylvia Plath in Context, edited by Tracy Brain and published by Cambridge University Press in August 2019.

Elizabeth J. Donaldson, Ph.D., associate professor of English, published a review of Barriers and Belonging: Personal Narratives of Disability, edited by Michelle Jarman, Leila Monaghan, and Alison Quaggin Harkin, in The Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies on August 14, 2019.

Terese Coe, M.A., adjunct instructor of English, had her poem “Partially Blind,” "published in Summer 2019 issue of Avatar Review on August 10, 2019.

Terese Coe, M.A., adjunct instructor of English, had two poems, “Relentless” and “This is Not a Manifesto,” published in The Blue Nib on August 1, 2019.

Elizabeth J. Donaldson, Ph.D., associate professor of English, contributed the article, “The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness,” by Elyn Saks, in the collection Disability Experiences: Memoirs, Autobiographies, and Other Personal Narratives, edited by G. Thomas Couser and Susannah B. Mintz, Gale Cengage, June 2019.

Kate E. O’Hara, Ph.D., associate professor of interdisciplinary studies, was an invited keynote speaker at the Fifth Annual Long Island Region Alumni Professionals Consortium on July 19, 2019 at Adelphi University. Her talk, “Impact Tomorrow: Understanding Today’s Generation,” highlighted the need for engaging students in high-impact practices as a means for building the foundation of a student’s relationship with the institution. O’Hara also discussed continued engagement by empowering alumni to serve in meaningful ways, such as mentoring or conducting guest seminars.

Amanda Golden, Ph.D., assistant professor of English, published the essay, “Sylvia Plath’s Library: The Marginal Archive,” in The Contemporary Poetry Archive, a collection edited by Linda Anderson, Mark Byers, and Ahren Warner and published by Edinburgh University Press in July 2019.

Jonathan Goldman, Ph.D., associate professor of English, published a review of Staging the Trials of Modernism: Testimony and the British Modern Literary Consciousness, by Dale Barleben, in James Joyce Quarterly on June 25, 2019.

Jonathan Goldman, Ph.D., associate professor of English, was interviewed on WBAI's "Radio Free Eirann" on June 23, 2019. Goldman discussed the history of Bloomsday, the date devoted to celebrating James Joyce's novel Ulysses, and the "Bloomsday on Broadway" production at Symphony Space, for which he wrote the script. His portion of the show starts at about 24:30 of the broadcast.