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Frederick Aldama named Distinguished University Professor

December 16, 2019
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Project Narrative core faculty member Frederick Luis Aldama was named one of the 2019 Distinguished University Professors, a rare honorary title given to full professors who, according to the Office of Academic Affairs, have “truly exceptional records in teaching, in research, scholarly or creative work, and in service.” Each year only a select few professors are given the title after a rigorous nomination and review process. Aldama joins fellow Project Narrative core faculty member James Phelan, as well as John N. King (emeritus), as Distinguished University Professors within the English department.

Frederick Aldama to give keynote address at Conference on Narrative Theory and Ethnic American Literatures

December 16, 2019
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Project Narrative core faculty member Frederick Luis Aldama will give the keynote address at the international conference “Narrative Encounters with Ethnic American Literature” at the University of Klagenfurt in Austria. The conference focuses on the intersection between narrative studies, ethnic literatures and racial theory in America. Along with Professor Aldama, the other distinguished keynotes are Patrick Colm Hogan and Paula Moya.

Robyn Warhol Wins NAVSA Best Book of the Year Award

September 12, 2016
The North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA) awarded its 2015 Best Book of the Year prize to Robyn Warhol, core faculty of Project Narrative and Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor of English, co-author with Helena Michie, pro

Jim Phelan receives Sir William Osler, MD Award

March 4, 2016
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Jim Phelan is the recipient of the Sir William Osler, MD Award given by OSU College of Medicine’s Medicine and the Arts Board. The Osler Award recognizes contributions to the medical humanities and to the Humanism in Medicine and Medicine and the Arts initiatives at OSU.

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