Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty and Staff Resources


Scholarship

Michael Hickey

Michael C. Hickey, Ph.D., professor of history, presented a paper on "Iakov Piletskii and Menshevik-Internationalist Narratives of the February 1917 Revolution in the Provincial Press," on the panel "The Russian Press in 1917," at the recent annual conference of the Study Group for the Russian Revolution in Antwerp, Belgium. Also, this past fall he was commentator on a panel on Jewish cultural institutions in Kiev in the 1920s at a special workshop on Russian-Jewish history at the University of Pennsylvania. Hickey also presented comments on five papers at the annual Notre Dame University Workshop on the Russian Revolution.

Michael Martin

Michael Martin, Ph.D., associate professor of English, presented a paper, “Understanding Chronic Illness and (Appropriately) Redefining Hegemonic Masculinity," at the Organization for the Study of Communication Language and Gender Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, with Ruth Beerman, of Randolph-Macon College. In addition he was the presenter for the Grand Medical Rounds address at the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. His address was titled “My Love/Hate Affair with my Ileostomy.” He will continue to serve as an adjunct faculty in gastroenterology at the GCSOM.