Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs Monthly Archives: February 2017

Gillian Adler, English Department

Gillian Adler, Visiting Assistant Professor, English, recently received two research grants. The first, the Franklin Research Grant from the American Philosophical Society, will help her work on her study of Geoffrey Chaucer’s use of time in medieval narrative, particularly in regard to how he and other late medieval authors reimagine the temporal paradigms they inherited from ancient […]

David Gerlach, History Department

David Gerlach, Associate Professor, History, had an article published in the journal, Jewish Culture and History in January 2017. The article is titled, Toward a Material Culture of Jewish Loss. The paper explores the nature of individual property claims to sketch out a material culture of Jewish loss. The personal, political and socio-economic meanings of […]

Katherine Safford-Ramus, Mathematics Department

Katherine Safford-Ramus, Professor, Mathematics has been asked to serve as a subject matter expert on an adult numeracy project funded by the United States Department of Education. Titled Advancing Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Adult Education, this three- year project hopes to accelerate the teaching and learning of advanced mathematics through the use of high-quality Open Educational […]