Archive for February, 2012
Suzanne Calvert came to Sweet Briar in 2002 as an adjunct accounting professor. She holds two Bachelor of Science degrees in business education (Radford College) and accounting (Lynchburg College). She also holds two master’s degrees in business management and public school administration, and has completed additional graduate work in accounting. All graduate-level work was completed [...]
Lynchburg is a place of community, arts and a surprising diversity of thought and expression. Jeff Carl tries to capture some of this in “Here I’m Home,” with some play to the challenges that are inherent in a medium size town. This performance was in Sweet Briar’s dining hall, February 10, 2012.
Professor Lilly teaches 16th- and 17th-Century British Literature, including Shakespeare. His research interests include religion and sexuality in Early Modern English literature and the construction of the modern gendered subject through language. His dissertation examined the influence of confession on gender and subjectivity in English Renaissance prose and drama. His current book project is titled [...]
Tom Loftus received a Bachelor of Arts in cultural anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley; a Master of Arts in economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara; and a law degree from Columbia University. He has passed the bar and been admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts, New York, and Virginia. [...]
Professor Walker joined the department as Assistant Professor in 2009 having taught at both Colgate University and Washington and Lee. He received his B.A. from Swarthmore College and his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Walker’s primary area of research is in Latin literature, specifically Roman Satire and related genres. He has given papers [...]
Jeff Frank taught secondary English and was a teacher educator at Montclair State University and Teachers College, Columbia University before coming to Sweet Briar. At Sweet Briar he will teach courses in the graduate and undergraduate program. His primary research interests are in teacher education, American philosophies of education (particularly African American philosophers of education), [...]