August 11, 2020

Rochelle Publishes Short Story, Poem

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, recently published his short story “Finroc macFinniel Silmairë” in Empty Oaks 1 (Summer 2015): 60-72. He also published his poem “The House” in Crucible 48 (Fall 2014): 98-99.

Rochelle Featured in Radio Segment

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, was the featured writer on The Rainbow Minutes, a feature of WRIR, 97.3. His topic was Gay Science Fiction and Fantasy. Check out http://wrir.org/ for more information.

Rochelle Publishes Short Story

Professor of English Warren Rochelle’s short story, “Happily Ever After,” was published in Quantum Fairy Tales 9 (Fall 2014). The issue can be accessed at: http://quantumfairytales.com.

 

Rochelle Presents at Conference

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, presented “Many Beauties, Many Beasts: Retelling and Reimagining as Rhetoric in Robin McKinley’s Fiction,” at the annual conference of the Science Fiction Research Association in Madison, Wis., this May. He also gave a reading from a novel-in-progress at WisCon, the annual feminist speculative fiction conference, held jointly this year with SFRA in Madison.

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Rochelle’s Story Included in Memorial Collection

Warren Rochelle, professor of English, recently had his short story “Bath” included in Jaelle Her Book: A Memorial, edited by Melissa Scott and Don Sakers and published by Speed-of-C Productions to commemorate Judy Gerjuoy.

Warren Rochelle Presents Paper at Conference

Rochelle, Warren10Warren Rochelle, professor of English, presented the paper “Crises of Faith: God(s) and Humankind in Caprica” at the joint meeting of the Science Fiction Research Association and the Eaton Science Fiction Conference in Riverside, Calif. The international conference, sponsored by the University of California at Riverside, was held from April 11 through 14.

Seven Professors Named to “Best 300” List

Seven University of Mary Washington professors have been named to the Princeton Review’s inaugural publication of “Best 300 Professors.” The list of best professors, announced Tuesday, April 3, features 300 teaching faculty members from 122 public and private colleges and universities.

Profiled in the publication are Beverly Almond, adjunct professor of English; Dan Hubbard, associate professor and chair of accounting and management information systems; Miriam Liss, associate professor of psychology; Jeffrey McClurken, associate professor and chair of history; Warren Rochelle, professor of English; Gregg Stull, professor and chair of theatre; and Steve Watkins, professor of English.

“We are thrilled to have seven professors recognized among the top in the nation,” said President Richard V. Hurley. “Our more than 350 talented and dedicated master teachers inspire our students daily, and their work in and out of the classroom underscores the university’s commitment to be the best public liberal arts and sciences university in the country.”

For biographies of all seven professors, read the full news release from Tuesday, April 3.