Monthly Archives: June 2011
Margaret McLean, a member of the BC Class of 1988 who teaches in the Carroll School of Management, is the author of the new legal thriller, Under Fire. The novel is about a Senegalese immigrant charged with setting fire to … Continue reading →
Following a successful career in academia and numerous scholarly publications, Joan Driscoll Lynch, a 1957 graduate of the Lynch School of Education and professor emerita at Villanova University, has directed her pen toward a new form. Her first novel, Women … Continue reading →
William A. Gavin, a member of the Boston College Class of 1963, has co-authored a new book that taps into expertise gained from his 28 years of investigative and executive management positions in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Through a … Continue reading →
Visual digital technologies are having a profound impact on the practice and theory of law, according to BC Law alumnus Richard Sherwin, a professor at New York Law School and author of the new book, Visualizing Law in the Age … Continue reading →
A prose poem by Boston College English Professor Elizabeth Graver – written about a photograph of an Arctic weather station – was selected to appear along with the photo in the current issue of Hayden’s Ferry Review.
Boston College Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations John Feudo shares advice based upon a lifetime of speaking in public in his new book, I’d Rather Eat Live Spiders: A Definitive Guide to Becoming a Successful Speaker. In the book, … Continue reading →
New Boston College School of Theology and Ministry alumna Heather Angell had her poem “Calling Collect” published in America magazine.