Category Archives: Facul-TEA

Facul-TEA @ The Library with Wil Lindsay

Apophenia is the “experience of seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data.” The term was coined by neurologist Klaus Conrad and defined as the “unmotivated seeing of connections.” Wil Lindsay, M.F.A., assistant professor of Digital Media, presented … Continue reading

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Facul-TEA @ the Library with Dr. Fouad Kalouche

Dr. Fouad Kalouche presented his research topic “Power, Difference and Ethics of Transformation: The Philosophy of the Marquis de Sade” on Thursday, November 1st 2012 in the Library. In the presentation of the work undertaken during his sabbatical, Dr. Kalouche … Continue reading

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Facul-TEA @ the Library with Dr. Chuck Brown

On Tuesday, October 22nd, 2012 Dr. Charles Brown presented his research topic  “Selling Faith: Art, Commerce, and Faith in Christian Popular Culture.” Facul-TEAS are a chance for faculty, especially those coming out of sabbatical, to make their research accessible to … Continue reading

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Facul-TEA @ the Library with Dr. Teresa Gilliams

Teresa Gilliams, Ph.D., Albright College associate professor of English and Fulbright Scholar, presented, “Doin’ Too Much: A Black Women Writers’ Recovery Project,” on 10/11/12  in the Gingrich Library. Gilliams focused her presentation on “recovering, preserving and providing access to important … Continue reading

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