Stonehill Faculty Focus 2009
Sarah Pike Cabral Philosophy
A.B.D., Loyola University of Chicago, Fellow
Craig Almeida Dean of Academic Achievement
Ph.D. University of New Hampshire
Todd Gernes Director of General Education and First Year Experience
Ph.D. Brown University
Zachariah Brown Assistant Registrar
B.A., Wheaton College
Claus Dierksmeier Philosophy, Fall 2008. To work on Hegel's philosophy of "Sittlichkeit" for publication, and to study Latin American Philosophy of Freedom in preparation for a course.
Robert Dugan Computer Science, Fall 2008. To research and produce several papers related to software performance engineering, pedagogy, and computer-supported cooperative work.
Jared Green English, Fall 2008. To write a novel, Ozone Days; and to produce The Luminous Stain, a collaborative multimedia work.
Geoffrey Lantos Business, Fall 2008. To write a conceptual paper joining two previously unlinked research areas: corporate social responsibility and the ethics of care. The project explores how corporate responsibility affects company marketing and sales.
Candace Walters Visual and Performing Arts, Fall 2008. To produce a body of work containing new views and approaches to the landscape for an exhibition in 2009 at the Clark Gallery in Lincoln, Mass.
Susan Guarino Sociology and Criminology, Spring 2009. To revise and produce a new edition of her book: Balancing Juvenile Justice.
Patricia Leavy Sociology and Criminology, Spring 2009. To conduct full-time research for the second phase of a book: Social Historical Research Methods Handbook.
Patricia Sankus Visual and Performing Arts, Spring 2009. To conduct further research in Early American Theatre in New England and to visit, view, participate, and study new theatrical production techniques and teaching methods for young actors.
André Goddu Physics and History & Philosophy of Science, Spring 2009. To produce translation, commentary, research, and writing for Ludwick Antoni Birkenmajer's Copernicus.
Christopher Ives Religious Studies, Full Year 2008-2009. To conduct research and writing that will generate several journal articles and a draft of a book: Search of Green Dharma - Zen, Nature, and Environmental Ethics.
Shari Lowin Religious Studies, Full Year 2008-2009. To conduct scholarly research and writing for Sex and God: On Religious Scholars and Erotic Love Poetry in Medieval Andalusia at the National Library at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.