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Laura Premack (History) published an essay entitled “Trump and Cruz Battle for Evangelical Hearts” in Boston Review in January.

A video of English Lecturer Leaf Seligman’s November TEDx talk, “How Stories Help Us Choose Connection,” has just been posted to You Tube. Seligman is founder and board chair of the Monadnock Restorative Community, a transitional housing program for recently incarcerated women.

English Professor William Stroup’s essay “First Child in the Woods: ‘Nature-Deficit Disorder’ and the Future of Romantic Childhood” has been published in the volume Romantic Sustainability: Endurance and the Natural World, 1780-1830, edited by Ben Robertson and published by Lexington Books. The essay emerges from Stroup’s teaching of William Wordsworth in his English classes and research on the current Children and Nature movements that informs some of his recent Thinking and Writing classes at the College. Stroup presented a version of the work at the conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment biennial conference, and the work is dedicated to his KSC students.

Holocaust and Genocide Studies Professor Paul Vincent’s article The Voyage of the St. Louis Revisited has been republished in a special issue of the Oxford Journals Holocaust and Genocide Studies on refugees.

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