More than half of last year’s Goshen College Education Department graduates decided to stick around and set up their first classrooms right here in Northern Indiana. Meet a few of our recent graduates here.
Professor Jessica Baldanzi teaches a course on graphic novels and has given several scholarly papers about the new Ms. Marvel.
Several Goshen College students and alums have their work published in a special comics and graphic novels issue of the Journal of the Center for Mennonite Writing. Jessica Baldanzi, associate professor of English and comics scholar, co-edited the issue with Mary Roth ’13. Each issue of the online journal, which is usually edited by Ann … Keep reading »
Sixteen Goshen College students are participating in summer research projects through the college’s Maple Scholars Program.
This video features an original poem by State Poet Laureate Shari Wagner ’80, recited by State Poetry Out Loud Champion Grace Milligan, and original music composed by Timothy Carlos. This video was produced by Think Ahead Studios inIndianapolis, as a tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Indiana Arts Commission.
The Goshen College Record claimed 28 Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) awards, including “Newspaper of the Year,” in a competition among Indiana colleges.
Sofia Samatar ’94 talks about her new novel, “The Winged Histories,” which follows the paths of four women — a soldier, poet, socialite and scholar — whose lives are undervalued in Olondria, and who must face the ravages of a war.
After Mike Hostetler’s retirement from academia in 2011, he knew the Goshen area would serve as inspiration as he embarked on his first novel, “Held Goes Forth.”
Luckily, there are authors and books out there like Sofia Samatar’s The Winged Histories (the sequel to A Stranger in Olondria, though it can totally stand on its own, too), a fantastic tale of an ancient war and four women both brought together and torn apart by it’s horrors, all doing their very best to change my perception on the whole fantasy genre.
WVPE Morning Edition host Michael Linville speaks with Shari Wagner ’80, the new poet laureate of Indiana.