Author Archive

Jeanne Carey Ingle, Bridgewater State University – “I Was Never Prepared for This”: Teaching in the Time of COVID-19

Teachers face an uncertain future in the face of COVID-19. Jeanne Carey Ingle, associate professor in

Johann Neem, Western Washington University – Higher Education Meta-Vocabularies

Are those in higher education talking the same language? Johann Neem, professor in the department of

Jessica West, Duke University – Stress Spillover in Marriage Due to Hearing Loss

Hearing loss in a partner can affect one sex more than the other. Jessica West, PhD

Lane Demas, Central Michigan University – Golf and Racial Segregation in Atlanta

The first desegregation battle in Atlanta was fought in an unusual place. Lane Demas, professor of

Kristin Jacobson, Stockton College – American Adrenaline Narrative

What is the American adrenaline narrative? Kristin J. Jacobson, professor of American literature at Stockton University,

Thomas Paradis, Butler University – Local-Global Tension and the Palio of Siena

Tourism can change an event that used to be just for one culture. Thomas Paradis, professor

Ashley O’Connor, University of Alaska Anchorage – Veterans and Service Dogs

Pets can play a huge role in getting through a stressful situation. Ashley O’Connor, assistant professor

Richard Allington, Eastern New Mexico University – Spiritual Crusading

Supporting The Crusades didn’t just happen on the front lines. Richard Allington, assistant professor of history

Katrina Hoop, Saint Joseph’s College – The Sociological Imagination, Students’ Lives-As-Text, and Teaching During a Pandemic

COVID-19 is an invitation to think more sociologically. Katrina Hoop, associate professor of sociology at St.

Ricia Ann Chansky, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez – Community Responses After Disasters

What can communal trauma suffered in Puerto Rico teach us about the response to Covid-19? Ricia