Professor Elizabeth Maddock Dillon has received an ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship and a Distinguished Visiting Fellowship at the Advanced Research Collaborative, the Graduate Center, City University of New York, both for 2014-2015, to support her work on the http://www.northeastern.edu/nulab/the-early-caribbean-digital-archive/. Professor Dillon’s book, New World Drama: The Performative Commons in the Atlantic World, 1649-1849, is forthcoming from Duke University Press.
Doctoral Candidate Erin Frymire’s paper, “Legal Torture: A Dramatistic Analysis of the CIA’s Special Review: Counterterrorism and Interrogation Activities (September 2001-October 2003)” was named one of the Top Papers in the Communication and Law Division for the upcoming National Communication Association’s annual conference in Chicago.
We are happy to announce another position accepted by one of our 2014 doctorates. Tabitha Kenlon has accepted a three-year position as Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the American University in Dubai (http://www.aud.edu/). She will join Cory Grewell, Ph.D. ’08 (now teaching at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, VA) in a growing roster of Northeastern alumni who have taught there. For more news about recent placements, click here.
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