Dr. Apgar's Work with Spatial Humanities Published

Professor Apgar co-edited a volume of the "International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing" on the spatial humanities in a liberal arts context. This volume features contributions from participants in a duPont Summer Seminar at the National Humanities center in 2016. Dr. Apgar's article is based on digital itineraries created by students in German 354 that then served as a starting point for exploration with Sewanee in Berlin students in summer 2017. His article, "Emplacing Berlin: Digital Itineraries and Short-Term Study Abroad in the City," discusses a tour designed by Morgan Carroll, a German minor graduating this May.

Ramen Night

Ramen noodles
The Sewanee Asian Organization invites you to its semi-annual Ramen Night as a study break from the approaching final exams on Friday, April 27 from 5-7 in the BC Hearth Room.. Come try ramen with a variety of toppings.

Papillon and Wilson selected for national leadership development programs

Terry Papillon, professor of classics as well as vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College, has been selected by the Council of Independent Colleges to participate in the 2018–2019 Executive Leadership Academy. Scott Wilson, associate dean of global education and professor of politics, was selected to participate in the 2018–2019 Senior Leadership Academy.
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