Associate Professor of Art and Architectural History, is currently completing a book project entitled Manuscript Painting and Polemics in Central Italy during the Gregorian Reform.
William Condee:Professor of Theater, is currently conducting research on the reception of Uncle Tom's Cabin in Germany.
Recent WOUB interview:
William Condee and Thomas Carpenter, Charles J. Ping Professor of Humanities, received $40,000 from the Konneker Fund for Learning and Discovery Endowment to fund, "Toward an Ohio University Teaching Academy," a program that pairs tenured professors known for their excellence in teaching with untenured professors with the goal of raising the profile and quality of undergraduate teaching at OHIO. The program is an initiative of the Ping Institute for the Teaching of the Humanities and honors the already established Bruning Teaching Academy, created in 2005 in University College by former Provost James Bruning and his wife Marlene. Participating faculty will be known as Bruning Teaching Fellows and support from the Konneker Fund will serve as a bridge for securing future funding from national sources for this initiative. The program aims to pair five tenured faculty with five non-tenured faculty in its first year.
Andrea Frohne:Associate Professor of African Art History, is currently conducting research on four contemporary artists from the Horn of Africa, which are the focus of an exhibition to be held at Ohio University's Kennedy Museum of Art in 2015.
Michael Gillespie:Assistant Professor of Film Studies, is currently completing a book project entitled Film Blackness: American Cinema and the Idea of Black Film.
Vladimir Marchenkov:Professor of Aesthetics and Theory, is currently completing a book project entitled Ontology, Reality, and Play: Art as Transfigurative Praxis.
Dr. Marchenkov will be giving a lecture at the OSU School of Music as a part of the Musicology Lecture Series on March 18 from 4:30-5:30pm.
Associate Professor of Performance Studies, is currently conducting research on Los Angeles as a littoral city, which considers the coastline as a border between sea and land, as structured by law, infrastructure, and social dynamics.