Archive for October, 2011
Holly Gould’s professional experience includes eight years of teaching in Alaska. Her primary research interests include high potential, culturally diverse learners, differentiated instruction for all learners, gifted education and the professional development of novice teachers. She teaches courses in human development, teaching models and strategies, multicultural classes, gifted education and curriculum. She advises students interested [...]
Professor Honeycutt’s research interests are in moral and political philosophy, philosophy and literature, the history of philosophy, and the history of political thought. Current projects include essays on Plato, Rousseau, and Machiavelli.
Sonia’s original works include Puros cuentos (2004), Volviendo a Omega (2005), En tu mundo deshabitado (2007), and They Locked the Doors! Narremas of the Ycuá Bolaños Tragedy (2009). Among her critical works is Cumbres poéticas latinoamericanas: Nicanor Parra y Ernesto Cardenal (2003). She was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship for research and teaching in Paraguay for [...]