Julia Gaffield, assistant professor of history, attempts to deepen our understanding of the period between Haiti’s revolution and current-day Haiti in her book, Haitian Connections… more »
Our faculty publish regularly with prestigious presses and produce thousands of articles, abstracts, and chapters each year. A variety of scholarly and literary journals are edited and/or produced in the college. Although most of these are based in the Humanities, notable publication in the natural and computational sciences are edited by college faculty as well.
These publications are edited by Arts and Sciences faculty, and in some cases produced in our departments and units.
Race representative? Impostor? “Super-brother”? Black professional men must navigate a wide range of stereotypes in the workplace, according to new research by Associate Professor Adia… more »
Five years later, GSU professor Louis Ruprecht shares the juror’s view of the infamous case that rocked the Atlanta police department to its core.
A potential new strategy to developing new drugs to control inflammation without serious side effects has been found by Georgia State University researchers and international colleagues.
After a trip to the movie theater to see Dave Chappell’s Block Party, political science Assistant Professor Lakeyta Bonnette knew exactly what she wanted to… more »
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Molly Bassett and former Georgia State University faculty member Vincent Lloyd have co-edited a book that examines the complex relationship… more »
Most people know of Eudora Welty as a fiction writer, the author of such works as the Pulitzer-Prize-winning “The Optimist’s Daughter.” But Welty considered a… more »