Category Archives: Boston College Authors

Pilgrim shrines in France

In her book, historian Virginia Reinburg looks at pilgrim shrines—Sainte-Reine, Notre-Dame du Puy, Notre-Dame de Garaison, and Notre-Dame de Betharram—and the way they served as places of healing, holiness, and truth in early modern France. In Storied Places: Pilgrim Shrines, … Continue reading

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Ellen Winner

BC Professor Ellen Winner is the featured speaker in the Art, Art History, and Film Department’s lecture/discussion series, Currents, taking place Feb. 13 at 12:10 p.m. in Devlin Hall, Room 425. The series highlights local thinkers and makers. Winner directs … Continue reading

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1950s Korean cinema

South Korea in the 1950s was home to a burgeoning film culture. In Cold War Cosmopolitanism: Period Style in 1950s Korean Cinema (University of California Press, 2020) author Christina Klein offers a transnational cultural history of South Korean film style from … Continue reading

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Insights for new and aspiring school principals

In Navigating the Principalship: Key Insights for New and Aspiring School Leaders (ASCD, 2019), co-authors James P. Spillane and Rebecca Lowenhaupt examine how new principals adapt to the challenging role, set an instructional agenda, and build cooperation and collaboration. Their volume … Continue reading

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Poetry prize for Adair

Allison Adair, an associate professor of the practice in the English Department, has won the Max Ritvo Poetry Prize, which honors the work of outstanding emerging poets. Her manuscript “The Clearing” was selected for its “wise, mineral-like poems.” The award … Continue reading

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Nurturing critical consciousness in schools

In their new book, Schooling for Critical Consciousness: Engaging Black and Latinx Youth in Analyzing, Navigating, and Challenging Racial Injustice (Harvard Education Press, 2020), authors Scott Seider, an associate professor in the BC Lynch School of Education and Human Development, … Continue reading

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Ask Peter Kreeft

BC Professor of Philosophy Peter Kreeft is a prolific author who has given thousands of  lectures across the country. In his new book, he has gathered together the most interesting questions he has been asked at these events, paired with … Continue reading

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