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Clemson Literary Festival

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jennifer Egan, along with other award-winning novelists, poets and essayists, visited Clemson in April for a three-day festival of readings, workshops and open mic events. The festival is always an exciting event for Clemson, but what people might not realize is that the source of this excitement can be traced to a classroom of students and two professors dedicated to organizing the event.

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Clemson Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Architecture Center in Genoa

Clemson University celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Charles E. Daniel Center for Building, Research and Urban Studies in Genoa, Italy March 25, with a virtual handshake that spanned two continents and four cities. Simultaneous events got under way at noon EST at all four campuses of the School of Architecture—Genoa; Barcelona, Spain; Charleston, South Carolina; and Clemson.

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Atelier InSite: A Marriage of Art and Mortar

Art in itself is reflective of the depth and breadth of the human condition. Marry art with an inanimate object like a building, and it can tell its own story and set the tone for collaboration within its walls. Such is the goal for Atelier InSite, a Creative Inquiry program that focuses on the implementation of public artwork at Clemson University.

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New Research Shows Effects of Verbally Aggressive Conduct in Coaching

The research of Joseph P. Mazer, assistant professor of communication studies and director of Clemson’s new Social Media Listening Center, was covered in USA Today and The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Players” blog.

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Zombie Fads Peak When People Are Unhappy

Sarah Juliet Lauro, visiting assistant professor of English, has been digging into what makes zombie-lovers tick, and her revelations have been reported in almost 1700 media outlets, including The Washington Post and U.S. News and World Report.

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Is American Nonviolence Possible?

Todd May is a professor of philosophy and Clemson's Class of 1941 Memorial Professor of the Humanities. He writes regularly for The New York Times “Opinionator” blog.

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English Department's Cowden Honored for Client-based Program

In April, Clemson University professor Ashley Cowden received the South Carolina Faculty Award for Service Learning from the South Carolina Campus Compact. Cowden is a lecturer in business and technical writing and is the director of Clemson’s Client-Based Program.

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New books and articles

Changing Lanes: Visions and Histories of Urban Freeways

Cliff Ellis is professor and director of Clemson’s City and Regional Planning program.

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Arsinoe of Egypt and Macedon: A Royal Life

Elizabeth Carney is professor of history and the Carol K. Brown Endowed Scholar of the Humanities at Clemson.

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Communication: Making Connections

Joseph Mazer is assistant professor of communication studies and director of Clemson’s new Social Media Listening Center.

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Stolen Women in Medieval England: Rape, Abduction, and Adultery, 1100–1500

Caroline Dunn is assistant professor of history at Clemson.

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CAAH's Creativity Professors featured in GLIMPSE

The spring issue of Glimpse magazine featured three of CAAH’s Creativity Professors — James Burns of History, Christina Hung of Art and Catherine Paul of English. Learn more about their research and about CAAH’s innovative Creativity Professorships.

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Upcoming, highlighted events
May 03: Reception for Metamorphosis: A Natural Embellishment Exhibition at Lee Hall
May 03: Architecture + CommunityBuild in Charleston, S.C.
May 10: Commencement