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Professor of English John Freeman’s article, “Code Poetry in Motion: E. E. Cummings and his Digital Grasshopper” is now available from the journal, Postmodern Culture. …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine’s op-ed, “Does Truth Matter Less Than in 1974?” was published by History News Network, Dec. 22.

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine led a workshop Underground Railroad for volunteers at the Michigan History Center in Lansing, Nov, 15. Finkenbine was also …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was a keynote speaker at the 2nd annual Michigan Underground Railroad Heritage Gathering in Lansing, Oct. 26. Finkenbine spoke …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine presented the paper, “Intersecting Migrations: Freedom Seekers, Native Americans, and the Underground Railroad in Eastern Wisconsin,” at the annual …

Assistant Professor of Social Work Janet Joiner had two articles published in the Journal of Teaching in Social Work. Both articles, “VoiceThread as a Tool …

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal presented his paper, “Detroit Bike City and the Reconstitution of Community,” at the Philosophy of the City Conference on the …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine gave the talk, “The Underground Railroad: The View from Western Ohio,” to Emerson Employees Coming Together, a corporate group …

Associate Professor of Theatre Greg Grobis directed the tenth and final season of “Evil Dead: The Musical” at the City Theatre in Detroit and was …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine gave the talk, “Fugitive Slaves in Indian Country,” at Freedom Movement Pt. 2, a symposium on the Underground Railroad, …

Professor of English Heather Hill-Vasquez presented, “A Lesson of Response to U.S. Family Separation Policy: ‘Re-membering’ a Late Medieval Play of the Slaughter of the …

Professor Emerita of Psychology Carol Weisfeld, Professor of Psychology Elizabeth Hill and Jiawen Wang, former professor of education, were among nine co-authors presenting research in …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine’s article, “The Forgotten History of the Native Americans Who Helped the Underground Railroad,” was published online by Time, Sept. …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was interviewed by Jennifer Epperson and quoted in The Outline article, “What reparations might look like,” Sept. 17.  

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal published his paper, “Precarious Embodiment: Unwanted Pregnancy and Body (Subject) Interruptus,” in Feminist Philosophy Quarterly, Sept. 14.

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine presented the case study, “Crossing Michigan, Crossing Boundaries: Lessons Learned from Odawa Oral Tradition,” at the National Park Service …

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal presented his paper, “General Education as Introduction to the World and Liberation from Ignorance,” at the Society for Values in …

Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi attended the first solemn Mass led by Adam Nowak ’13 at St. Cyprian Church in Riverview. Nowak was ordained …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine presented the paper, “Native Americans and the Underground Railroad: Evidence from the Midwest,” at the Midwestern History Conference in …

Professor of English Nicholas Rombes’ short story, “Le Palace,” appeared in the anthology, We’ll Never Have Paris, published by Repeater Books (London). His poem, “Our …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine gave the talk, “Fugitive Slaves in Indian Country,” at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Saginaw Valley State University, …

Professor of History Greg Sumner was recently interviewed on an episode of “The Mind’s Eye” podcast, exploring the life and novels of Kurt Vonnegut on …

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal was the first guest on Detroit Mercy Faculty Beats, a new campus podcast where hosts interview Detroit Mercy faculty in an informal …

Associate Professor of Architecture Gilbert Sunghera, S.J. discusses the meaning of #NotreDame in a recent SoundCloud podcast, produced in partnership with the Jesuits of Canada …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine was part of a panel, “Working for Freedom: The Often-Ignored Labors of the Underground Railroad and New Directions for Understanding,” at …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine gave a talk on “The Underground Railroad in the Detroit River Borderland” at the Baldwin House Senior Living Community in Birmingham, …