College recognizes faculty accomplishments

| November 15, 2012

Maite Killiam

Sweet Briar professors are often praised for their excellence in teaching, and for the strong bonds they form with students. But their commitment goes well beyond the classroom: They are also fully engaged in their disciplines as researchers, writers and artists.

The 2011-2012 academic year resulted in an eclectic list of faculty accomplishments. For the curious, examples include French professor Maite Killiam’s book “The End of Art: A Comparative Analysis of French Postmodern Art Theorists,” poetry professor John Casteen’s travels in China, and the purpose behind theater director Bill Kershner’s trip to Edinburgh.

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Category: Academics, Creative Writing, Modern Languages and Literatures, Performing Arts