Faculty Scholarship

Publications, working papers, performance programs, and other materials that document that scholarly and creative accomplishments of Grinnell College faculty and staff.

Provides information about locally produced foods in the Grinnell (Iowa) area and includes a listing of area producers and the foods they raise and sell.

Negro spirituals are songs created by the Africans who were captured and brought to the United States to be sold into slavery. This Lecture-Recital was presented by Randye Jones, Soprano & Researcher; assisted by William Tinker, Piano, at Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, Tuesday, November 13, 2007

This article considers the role of Manuel Payno in establishing his country's national library.

Discusses film theorist Jean-Francois Lyotard's view of fantasy in film.

We present a semi-Markov model for recognizing scene text that integrates character and word segmentation with recognition.

We decompose the Jacobian variety of hyperelliptic curves up to genus 10, defined over an algebraically closed field of characteristic zero, with reduced automorphism group A 4 , S 4 , or A 5 .

Hayashi Kaizo's The Most Terrible Time in My Life in Film Noir

The catalog for an exhibition of the same name.

Maya Deren has reemerged as a key auteur of the twentieth century in film art.

A presentation given at ACRL, 2009 in Seattle, Washington about the collaborative repository created by Bucknell University, Carleton College, Grinnell College, St. Lawrence University, Trinity University, University of Richmond, and Whitman College.

Special Collections exhibit brochure. Coinciding with the Department of Theatre and Dance's production of Bertolt Brecht's Galileo.

Program for concert held in Faulconer Gallery on August 29th, 2010

The Grinnell College Libraries, Black Library was created in response to a series of events and requests in the early 1970s. A celebrarion of the 30 year anniversary of the Black Library was held in 2010

The catalog for an exhibit by the same name which features the donation of 16th and 17th century books by Peter Ridgway Jordan.

The Academic Resource Centers (ARC) is an evolving network of professionals from various offices and departments across the Grinnell College campus. As an informal affinity group, the ARC does not exist on the college organizational chart, nor does it have a budget. Members of ARC fluidly collaborate to support faculty and student fluency with cross-disciplinary skills that support teaching and learning in the liberal arts.

Explores how I Am Love, by Italian film director, Luca Guadagnino exemplifies feminist autonomist thought.

While teaching in Nanjing, Daniel Kaiser, Professor Emeritus of History, kept a blog entitled "China Adventure"

A conversation between Randye Jones and George Shirley at the time of the celebration of the 75th anniversary of George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess

Article arguing that undergraduate curricula should incorporate new approaches to economics including game-theory and other advances in economic analysis

Books all over the world continue to undergo an evolution, which began many centuries ago, to achieve the appearance that we are familiar with today. In both the Eastern world and the West, practically every aspect of the printed book has changed. From the physical appearance of the book, to the location of the title page, to the variety of production methods and uses of illustrations, and from papyrus scrolls, to bound volumes, to e-readers, books today may bear no resemblance to their previous incarnations.