College of Liberal Arts News Archive

Marshall University will present “Animal Actions, Human Reactions: Writing a Revolutionary Caribbean and Beyond,” Friday, April 15, at 4 p.m. in Harris Hall 134. The free lecture will be presented by Dr. Charlton Yingling, an assistant professor of history at the University of Louisville.

The West Virginia Humanities Council and the Marshall University College of Liberal Arts will present the Rev. Dr. Brian Powers’ lecture, The Loss and Recovery of Meaning: Moral Injury and the Value of Theology. The lecture, free and open to the public, will take place on Marshall’s Huntington campus at 5:30 p.m. in the Weisberg Applied Engineering Complex Room 1203 on Friday, April 8.

The Marshall University Department of History will present the 2022 Charles Hill Moffat Lecture, featuring Dr. Caroline Light, director of undergraduate studies and senior lecturer at the Program in Studies of Women, Gender and Sexuality at Harvard University.

Marshall University’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies will present the 2022 Charlotte Schmidlapp Distinguished Lecture in Women’s Studies Tuesday, March 22, at 6:30 p.m. in the Memorial Student Center, room BE5.

Marshall University will present a virtual panel discussion at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 2, with several faculty members, including Dr. Anara Tabyshalieva, an associate professor of history with expertise on war and peacebuilding in the Russian, Eurasian and Asian regions. She was born in the Soviet Union and has worked in Russia.

The Marshall University A.E. Stringer Visiting Writers Series will host bestselling essayist Melissa Febos and acclaimed poet Donika Kelly, Thursday, March 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center.

Marshall University’s Wars Within, the Wars Without program, which helps local veterans reflect on their experiences, is set to host a series of veterans’ discussion groups beginning Saturday, Feb. 19.

Marshall University’s Japanese Outreach Program will conduct a virtual classroom with middle school students from the Higashi-Sonogi Middle School in Nagasaki, Japan, Tuesday, Feb. 8 and Thursday, Feb. 17.

Marshall University’s Wars Within, The Wars Without program, which aims to help local veterans reflect on their experiences, is hosting an upcoming lecture in January and a series of discussion groups for veterans in February and March.

Dr. Cicero Fain III, a Visiting Diversity Scholar at Marshall University, was presented the West Virginia Literary Merit award from the West Virginia Library Association for his book, Black Huntington: An Appalachian Story, which the association described as “an outstanding publication that contributes to West Virginia or Appalachian literature.”