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February 22, 2018

Dr. Carolyn Dekker featured in Lake Superior-region journal

Finlandia University Assistant Professor of English Dr. Carolyn Dekker was featured in Volume 5 of Upper Country, a Journal of the Lake Superior Region with her essay titled “Survival is Insufficient: Northern Michigan as a Post-Apocalyptic Final Frontier.”

This is the cover of Volume 5 of Upper Country: A Journal of the Lake Superior Region in which Dr. Carolyn Dekker was featured for her essay Survival is Insufficient: Northern Michigan as a [...]

May 23, 2017

History Professor William Knoblauch releases first book

Nuclear Freeze in a Cold War touches on topics relevant in 2017

Finlandia University Assistant Professor of History Dr. William Knoblauch has released his first book, Nuclear Freeze in a Cold War: The Reagan Administration, Cultural Activism, and the End of the Arms Race.

“Academics publish books all the time, and we don’t always see them gain traction publicly,” Dr. Knoblauch said. “This book has so far been different. People are already starting to talk about it, which is rare [...]

Book cover for A Drama of the Southwest
April 25, 2016

Dekker helps to publish 80-year-old Jean Toomer manuscript

Finlandia University Assistant Professor of English Dr. Carolyn Dekker played the key role of editor in the recently published book A Drama of the Southwest: The Critical Edition of a Forgotten Play. The book is put together from a manuscript written by famous writer Jean Toomer, who passed away in 1967. The heavily credited Harlem Renaissance author wrote the play back in 1935. The unpolished manuscript found the hands of Dekker, and was published in February of this year.

“I found it [...]

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