Elaine Craddock, professor of religion, published an article titled “The Half Male, Half Female Servants of the Goddess Aṅkāḷaparamēcuvari” in the December 2012 issue of Nidān: Journal for the Study of Hinduism.
Michael Saenger, associate professor of English, wrote a review of The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture, vol. 1, Cheap Print in Britain and Ireland to 1660 that appeared in the most recent issue of Notes and Queries, a publication of Oxford University Press.
Bob Bednar, associate professor and chair of communication studies, had an article titled “Roadside Shrines: A Search For Meaning” published in the March 31 Insight & Books section of The Austin American-Statesman. Read the story here.
Abby Dings, assistant professor of Spanish, presented a paper titled “Language learners in interaction: Orientation to novice and expert identities” at the Dialogue in Multilingual, Multimodal, and Multicompetent Communities of Practice Workshop in Austin March 22-24.
Brenda Sendejo, assistant professor of anthropology, presented a paper titled “Activist Pedagogies as Resistance: Promoting Social Change from the Borderlands of Chicana/o Studies and Anthropology” at the National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies annual conference in San Antonio March 20-23.