Language professor Scott Sheridan recently translated The Guardians of History by Italian author Elisabetta Cametti, his second translation of a novel for AmazonCrossing.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $480,000 grant to a team of five researchers including Wesleyan's William Munro, also providing support for the active participation of undergraduate students.
In his book, University Reform, Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede examines the history of defending academic freedom - a topic that remains relevant today.
Wesleyan's Amanda Hopkins is among the first-ever recipients of the 40 Under 40 Awards, recognizing service and dedication to the population, the nursing profession, and leadership promise for the advancement of nursing in Illinois.
Wesleyan's Ram Mohan will lecture and provide expertise on green chemistry at Pondicherry University in India as a Fulbright Specialist.
The Whole World is Texting: Youth Protest in the Information Age, edited and with chapters by Wesleyan's Irv Epstein, explores how protest is shaped by electronic and social media.
The mythical Greek king Odysseus would recognize much of himself in the cunning, deceitful Frank Underwood, the lead character in the Emmy-nominated Netflix political drama House of Cards.
Wesleyan's Scott Sheridan translated the 2014 novel Lemonade from Italian into English for AmazonCrossing, and draws from translation work in his classes.
Wesleyan's Linda French, whose research explores similar questions as the New Horizons space probe, is eager for its new observations of Pluto.
Wesleyan's Joanne Diaz is co-editor of a new collection of essays, The Little Magazine in Contemporary America -- revealing that the venue may be helped more than hurt by changing technology.