Research in Arts and Letters

Stephanie M. Ortiz, Ph.D
November 12, 2020

“Trolling as a Collective Form of Harassment: An Inductive Study of How Users Understand Trolling,” was published in "Social Media + Society"

Brian E. McConnell, Professor of Art History and Classical Archaeology
November 05, 2020

McConnell discussed his book "Agli Albori del Viaggio Moderno in Sicilia, Il Grand Tour di Thomas Cole e Samuel James Ainsley 1842"

Simon Glynn, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy
October 29, 2020

Book argues predatory mortgage lending and overextension of credit that precipitated the Great Recession was a response to a crisis of overproduction

Rebecca LeMoine, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science, FAU
October 22, 2020

"Plato’s Caves" challenges readers to examine themselves and to reinvigorate their love of learning

Images: Adam James Smith; Winter photo, replica town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming in China, courtesy of the community’s Promotions Department
October 15, 2020

The film was awarded Best Feature Documentary at the Swedish Architecture Film Festival

(left to right) Matt Baltrucki, FAU Assistant Professor of Music; Giovanni Parra, Director and Bandoneon, Quinteto Leopoldo Federico; Alejandro Sánchez-Samper, FAU Professor of Music; Mauricio Cano, multi-Latin Grammy Engineer
October 08, 2020

The album "Quinteto con Voz" by Quinteto Leopoldo Federico was nominated in the Best Folk Album category

FAU’s Rho Omicron Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi (l-r): Luzmila Perez (Secretary), Roxana Ambrosini (VP), Luis Reyes (COSO Representative/Treasurer), Gabriela Penagos (President); “The Farewells, Photographs by Alberto Marti” Exhibition
October 01, 2020

FAU’s Rho Omicron Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, has been named an “Honor Chapter” for its outstanding activities in 2019-20

Book by Chris Robé and Stephen Charbonneau looks at activist media practices in the 21st Century
September 24, 2020

New Book sheds light on what it means to enact change using different media of the past and present

“The World That Fear Made” by Jason Sharples University of Pennsylvania Press
September 17, 2020

Book Analyzes Slave Revolts and Conspiracy Scares in Early America

“Postcolonial Hangups in Southeast Asian Cinema: Poetics of Space, Sound, and Stability” by Gerald Sim
September 10, 2020

Book reveals how postcoloniality manifests stylistically in films