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Eaton Serves as Panelist for UNCF Conference, Presents at Spain Conference

  Dr. Kalenda Eaton, associate professor of English and director of Global Learning, was an invited panelist at the 2014 UNCF/Mellon Programs conference in Atlanta, Ga. The conference focused on […]

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0 commentsNovember 26, 2014 at 10:53 amScholarly & Creative

Lecture on Militarized Rape, Female Circumcision, and the Limits of Communal Health

Lecture on Militarized Rape, Female Circumcision, and the Limits of Communal Health

Dr. Esther L. Jones, who teaches American, African American, and African diaspora literatures at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., will give a lecture on “Militarized Rape, Female Circumcision, and the […]

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0 commentsOctober 13, 2014 at 4:29 pmEvents

Eaton Publishes in Anthology on the Aesthetic Legacy of Ishmael Reed

Dr. Kalenda Eaton, Department of English, authored a chapter titled “‘You have to know way too much?’: Teaching Ishmael Reed in the University Classroom” in On the Aesthetic Legacy of […]

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0 commentsMay 8, 2013 at 11:05 amScholarly & Creative

Eaton Presents at International Symposium on African American Identity in India

In January 2013, Dr. Kalenda Eaton traveled to Varanasi, India, as a featured speaker during an International Symposium on African American Identity at Banaras Hindu University. Eaton was invited by […]

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0 commentsJanuary 30, 2013 at 2:26 pmScholarly & Creative

Eaton Publishes Paper in ‘Language Value’

Dr. Kalenda Eaton recently published an article in a special issue on “minority literatures” in Language Value (December 2012). The article “Diasporic dialogues: The role of gender, language, and revision […]

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0 commentsJanuary 30, 2013 at 2:22 pmScholarly & Creative

Arcadia Does Spring Break in 21 Groups, Across 6 Continents

More than 400 Arcadia University students, faculty and staff participating in 17 Previews and three Interdisciplinary (ID) courses will knock down the classroom walls, and set off into 21 groups in 6 different […]

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1 commentMarch 9, 2012 at 5:00 pmCampus News Study Abroad

Spring 2012 Upper Level English Courses

EN 229: Voices of America EN314/414, Writing for Magazines EN 315/415: Technical Writing EN 320/420: Studies in Classical and Medieval Europe EN 321/421: Renaissance & Enlightenment Literature EN 329/429 Narrative […]

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0 commentsNovember 22, 2011 at 12:00 pmCampus News

Sandrock Visits Belize for Final Arcadia International Experience

Julia Sandrock ’11 was among 17 Arcadia students who ventured to Belize as part of the ID course “‘Africa in the Americas’: Language and Culture in Belize” from May 11-18. […]

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0 commentsMay 27, 2011 at 11:35 amStudy Abroad

Arcadia Art Share: Hutchison on Native American Poetry, Sherman Alexie

In the latest installment of Arcadia Art Share, Ellie Hutchison ’10,’11M reads Sherman Alexie’s poem “Avian Nights.” Hutchison, who graduated May 19 with a Master of Education in Special Education, […]

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0 commentsMay 24, 2011 at 1:55 pmCampus News

17 Students in Belize Studying Language, Culture

Seventeen undergraduate and graduate students left for Belize as part of an International Experience course led by Dr. Kalenda Eaton, Assistant Professor of English, on May 11. Before leaving for […]

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0 commentsMay 18, 2011 at 1:00 pmStudy Abroad