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Sep 15

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Lindenwood Upgrades Classrooms for Fall 2020 Semester with 360 Video, New Hybrid Courses
Academics, General, School of Arts, Media, and Communications, Robert W. Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, School of Education, School of Health Sciences, School of Humanities, School of Sciences, Student Life

Students returning for the fall 2020 semester will find that Lindenwood has quickly adapted to accommodate student needs presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Integrated 360 video conferencing and the option of a new take on hybrid classes are just two more ways Lindenwood is ensuring that students and faculty have the resources necessary to move forward in a safe and effective learning environment.

School of Humanities, Academics, General

Jeff Smith, professor of history at Lindenwood, published a chapter titled “Till Death Keeps Us Apart: Segregated Cemeteries and Social Values in St. Louis, Missouri” in a scholarly volume Till Death Do Us Part: American Ethnic Cemeteries as Borders Uncrossed (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2020).

History Alumnus Ritter to Publish Book in Fall 2020
Alumni & Donors, School of Humanities, General

Luke Ritter (’08), who earned his bachelor’s degree in history at Lindenwood in 2008, will publish his book, Inventing America’s First Immigration Crisis: Political Nativism in the Antebellum West, in fall 2020

School of Humanities, Academics, General

Dr. Geremy Carnes, associate professor of English in the School of Humanities, had his essay, “Doctor Who’s Shaken Faith in Science: Mistrusting Science from the Gothic to the Neo-Gothic,” published in the scholarly collection Neo-Gothic Narratives: Illusory Allusions to the Past (Anthem Press, 2020).

Alumna Centini and Professor McMaken Publish Co-Authored Book Review
Alumni & Donors, Employee Spotlight, School of Humanities, General

Lindenwood University graduate Kaitlyn Centini (BA, ’19 – religion, history, art history) and Dr. W. Travis McMaken, associate professor of religion, have published a book review in the April issue of the journal Interpretation. This peer-reviewed journal provides resources to pastors, theologians, and other scholars of Christianity and is published quarterly out of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia. Centini credits her Humanities degree for a “wonderful head-start” on graduate school. Real experience. Real success.

Academics, General, School of Humanities

Anna Reynolds, a senior double major in history and political science at Lindenwood University, recently had a paper selected for the SIUE Symposium on Women and Gender, which was to be held March 21 but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Elmes Publishes Collection of Arthurian Poetry, Wins Competition
Employee Spotlight, School of Humanities, General

Dr. Melissa Ridley Elmes, assistant professor of English at Lindenwood University, published her first poetry collection, Arthurian Things: A Collection of Poems, in January 2020. This book was the winning manuscript in the World of Myth open contract challenge.

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