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Chicago Tribune Article about Pam Wojcik's Class

November 18, 2011 • Categories: Students and Alumni

The 1972 film screens Friday and Tuesday at the Siskel Film Center as part of the cinema's "Designs for Living: The Apartment Genre" series, which concludes early next month. Each Tuesday screening includes a discussion led by Pamela Robertson Wojcik, a professor at the University of Notre Dame, who has drilled down to examine the apartment not just as a setting but a thing that motivates and informs the plot.

Betsy Cornwell just finalized a two-book deal with Clarion/Houghton-Mifflin-Harcourt

November 11, 2011 • Categories: Students and Alumni

Betsy Cornwell

Twenty-three-year-old Betsy Cornwell’s debut Tides, is about eighteen-year-old Noah who moves to New Hampshire’s remote Isles of Shoals for a marine biology internship, where he learns of his grandmother’s romance with a selkie woman, falls for the selkie’s daughter, and must work with her to rescue her siblings from his mentor’s cruel experiments.…

Call for Papers - Undergraduate Journal

November 10, 2011 • Categories: Students and Alumni

Through Gendered Lenses is a student-organized academic journal created with the purpose of fostering research in the broad field of Gender Studies and highlighting excellent gender-related work being done by Notre Dame undergraduate students across the university.  We welcome submissions from all disciplines.  Submissions must focus on gender-related topics, including but not limited to, sexuality, religion, the family, media, health, economics, culture, and violence.