College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Scholarship

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Oberlin faculty members have produced an impressive array of academic research, ranging from poetry and fiction to scientific articles and textbooks. These compilations celebrate the remarkable productivity and creativity of our faculty. As teacher-scholars deeply committed to liberal arts education, our faculty members are equally committed to producing new knowledge and disseminating it.

Over the past four years (2012-2015), faculty have published 634 articles and book chapters; 62 books; mounted or screened 91 performances, exhibitions, and documentaries; produced 115 reviews, composed 35 poems, and five more of translations.

The contents in each catalog reflect the strength and vitality of our artists, humanists, and social and natural scientists. The range and depth of this scholarship is impressive, and confirms and exhibits our engagement with the world and the life of the mind.

Review our current issue and browse through others in our series of catalogs.

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Faculty Scholarship 2015
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Robert Bosch Artwork
Faculty Scholarship 2014
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OAM Books, Photo by Sandy Rochowicz
Faculty Scholarship 2013
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Faculty Scholarship 2012
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Faculty Notes

Stephen Crowley Authors Op-Ed

March 10, 2017
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley’s opinion piece “To Resist Trump, Divide His Supporters” appeared on Truthout.   » 

Stephen FitzGerald Awarded Grant

March 2, 2017
Professor of Physics Stephen FitzGerald was awarded a three-year, $310,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to support his project entitled "RUI: Probing adsorbate interactions in metal-...  » 

Gina Perez Authors Op-ed

February 24, 2017
Gina Perez, professor of comparative American studies, has written an op-ed "In defense of Ohio's sanctuary cities." The article was published in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  » 

Sebastian Faber Publishes Article

February 24, 2017
Sebastiaan Faber, professor of Hispanic studies, has written an article "Why the Dutch Are Drawn to Right-Wing Populist Geert Wilders." The article was published in The Nation.   » 

Crystal Biruk Gives Lecture

February 24, 2017
Crystal Biruk, assistant professor of anthropology, delivered an invited lecture on her forthcoming book Cooking Data: Culture and Politics in an African Research World at Oxford College of Emory ...  » 

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