Professor of History and department co-chair Greg Sumner presented the talk, “Living with the Enemy,” based on his book Michigan POW camps in World War …

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer reappointed Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine to a four-year term on the Michigan Freedom Trail Commission, which preserves, protects and …

Professor of English Heather Hill recently had her essay, “From Mrs Noah’s ‘Rok’ to Absalom’s ‘Kultour’: The Trail of the Spinning Woman and the Great …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine‘s op-ed, “Racist Zoombombing the Latest Application of Technology by White Supremacists,” was published by History News Network, Feb. 28.

Economics Lecturer Joseph A. Weglarz presented a paper, “Rediscovering the Ethical Importance of Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments for a New Generation of Students,” …

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Director of African American Studies Alex Zamalin‘s recent op-ed, “Civility Won’t End Racism,” was published in Yes! magazine, March 2.

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Director of African American Studies Alex Zamalin discussed “MI GOP and why civility might not be what we need right …

Associate Professor of History Diane Robinson-Dunn’s work, “Five Victorian women travelers in the Ottoman world, 1840-91,” was published in Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History: Britain, …

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Director of African American Studies Alex Zamalin‘s book, Against Civility: The Hidden Racism in Our Obsession with Civility, was …

Professor of Theology and Religious Studies Patrick Kelly, S.J. calls us to reflect on a recent interview shared with Pope Francis and La Gazetta dello …

Three poems from Detroit Mercy’s Creative Writing Collective were published in 3:AM Magazine and The Antonym: “closer, now closer,” by Professor of English Nick Rombes …

Professor of English Nick Rombes published a work of fiction, “Psycho Femmes,” in New Critique, a journal of critical and creative writing.

Professor of English John Freeman presented the paper, “Poe’s Philosophy of Comp[utation]: A Programmer’s Guide to ‘The Raven,” and was a discussant at the Language …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine co-presented the webinar, “Teaching the Underground Railroad,” with Oakland University Development and Educational Studies Instructor Carol Bacak-Egbo, Sept. 23. …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine gave the talk, “A Slave Couple Crosses Lake Erie, 1820,” as part of a webinar Freedom Seekers Traveling the …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine participated in a panel for the webinar, “The Fluid Frontier Revisited: The Underground Railroad in the Detroit River Borderland,” …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was interviewed on Travel Michigan about the upcoming Michigan Underground Railroad Heritage Gathering, airing on state radio stations, Aug. …

Professor of English John Freeman‘s article, “E. E. Cummings by the Numbers,” was published in Essays in Criticism by Oxford University Press. Read the abstract …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was interviewed on the “Underground Railroad in Missouri” by the National Park Service’s Slave Stampedes Project, based at Dickinson …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine wrote the History News Network article, “It’s time for white parents to have the talk with their children,” June …

Associate Professor of English Mary-Catherine Harrison published the entry, “Mary Barton (Gaskell),” in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women’s Writing (Lesa Scholl, Editor. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was quoted in the Truthout op-ed, “Formerly Incarcerated People Should Be Compensated for Telling Their Stories,” May 17. The …