Faculty News

Colucci in Washington Times, US News & World Report

Lamont Colucci, associate professor of politics and government and director of the national security studies program at Ripon College recently had a column appear in The Washington Times. In his column, “A day of reckoning over Iraq,” Colucci draws comparisons between the United States’ withdrawal from Iraq and the 1745 battle of Louisbourg in Canada. He considers the current ramifications… Continue reading

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Wallace Co-authors Articles, Textbook Chapter

Robert Wallace, professor of biology at Ripon College, recently presented and published a number of articles and has others currently in press. He is one of five authors who contributed to a presentation at a meeting of The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, “Coloniality in rotifers: Implications for survival and fitness,” in Austin, Texas in January. Wallace also contributed… Continue reading

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Some Contributes Chapter to New Book

Touorouzou Herve Some, assistant professor of educational studies at Ripon College, contributed a chapter to a recently published book:Indigenous Discourses on Knowledge and Development in Africa edited by Edward Shizha & Ali A. Abdi and published by Routledge. Some’s chapter, “A Diploma for a Debt: Students’ Perceptions of their Student Loan Program in Burkina Faso,” is constructed around a study… Continue reading

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Farrell to Present on Social Transformation in China

Martin Farrell, professor of politics and government and coordinator of the global studies program at Ripon College, will be presenting a paper entitled “Witnessing the Greatest Peacetime Social Transformation in Human History: Personal and Professional Reflections on Thirty-Two Years of Study and Travel in the People’’s Republic of China” at the 20th national conference of the Asian Studies Development Program… Continue reading

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Clark Explores Auctions from Sociological Perspective

Associate Professor and Chair of the Sociology Department Jacqueline Clark traces her current interest in auctions as far back as childhood trips with her mother and her mother’s friend to yard sales. She also went on jaunts with her grandfather to flea markets. In graduate school, she re-sold items on eBay for extra spending money, and that is also when… Continue reading

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Stovel Organizes International Workshop

In November 2013, Emily Stovel, associate professor and chair of the Ripon College anthropology department, organized a large multinational workshop in Mendoza, Argentina with the top specialists in South-Central Andean archaeological ceramic analysis. Experts from Germany, the United States, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile attended the workshop and worked towards a number of common objectives. An overarching goal was to evaluate… Continue reading

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