Barbara Ewell has published on various topics: Michael Drayton, Kate Chopin, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, southern literature, Louisiana women writers, and most recently, an anthology, Southern Local Color: Tales of Region, Race and Gender.
Peter Santos presented his paper "What is it like to be a dog" at the LSU Philosophy Conference on April 18, 2009.
Andrew Macdonald publishes extensively in the criticism of popular fiction and film. He has written a book on Howard Fast and is co-author of Shapeshifiting and Shaman or Sherlock? He has, with Gina Macdonald, just edited Jane Austen on Screen.
Taylor Murrow graduated in May as an English Writing major, Communications minor from Metairie, LA. She was on the staff of ReVisions since her freshman year, and was an Editor-in-chief for two years.
Harold M. “Max” Messmer, Jr. is chairman and chief executive officer of Robert Half International (NYSE: RHI), the world’s largest specialized staffing firm. RHI also is the parent company of Protiviti, a global consulting and internal audit firm.
Tori Buckley, President of the Psychology Club, worked with members to organize a community service project called “Dr. Love,” where the Psychology Club sold baked goods and personality quizzes in return for donations to the Association of Retarded Citizens.
Bernard A. Cook is Provost Distinguished Professor of History at Loyola University New Orleans. He is a prolific writer, having authored two books in the last seven years.
If you see Ben around campus, stop and talk with him about petunias, the weather, the way sunlight strikes a rain puddle, a good haiku, or a peach you just ate that made you remember how to smile.
Jason Straight, a senior in history, has forayed into the professional world of academia.
Kate Adams, Chair of the English Department, has published 15 books.