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The In the Media webpage is designed to feature articles, interviews, television coverage, radio specials, press releases and reviews about the research, scholarship and professional activities of department faculty, staff and students. 

Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to submit media pieces at any time via our webform.


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  • Burkman, Katherine. "Plays." Performed by Fishlicker Improv!, recorded on Zoom, 20 April 2021. (A reading of monologues and short plays written by Katherine Burkman and published in I Don't Think So: Life's Stages, a collection published by Next Stage Press.)
  • Burkman, Katherine. "The Lobby and Other Works." Performed by Fishlicker Improv!, recorded on Zoom, 10 May 2021. (A reading of monologues and short plays written by Katherine Burkman and published in I Don't Think So: Life's Stages, a collection published by Next Stage Press).

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  • David Brewer mentioned in "The People We Know Best" by Evan Kindley. The New York Review of Books, 25 March 2021. (Associate Professor David Brewer's The Afterlife of Character, 1726-1825 is discussed favorably as part of a review of four new books on character in the current issue of The New York Review of Books.)

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  • Renker, Elizabeth“The Lost Poetry of Sarah Piatt with Prof. Elizabeth Renker and Jolie Braun.” Bonnets at Dawn, 21 November 2020. (On Bonnets at Dawn, a podcast dedicated to women writers, Professor Elizabeth Renker and Rare Books and Manuscripts Library curator Jolie Braun discuss their efforts to bring poet Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt back into cultural memory. Available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and SoundCloud.)
  • Renker, Elizabeth“Interview about Sarah Piatt with Dr. Elizabeth Renker by Jolie Braun.” Oral Histories and Written Memoirs, The Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt Recovery Project, The Ohio State University Libraries and The Ohio State University Knowledge Bank, 27 July 2020. (The site collects recorded interviews with scholars working on the recovery of American poet Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt as part of the Rare Books and Manuscript Library's (RBML) much larger Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt Recovery Project, of which Elizabeth Renker is a founder and current manager.)

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  • Burkman, Katherine. "Closing the Distance." Produced by Wild Women Writing, recorded on Zoom, 12 July 2020. (A series of monologues, a short play called Doom and commentary on what life might be like in 10 years delivered by Wild Women Writing, a group that gives staged, themed readings.) 

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  • Wark, Kirsty. "Mohsin Hamid on leaving home." BBC Radio 4, 2018. (Radio interview of Carol Bohmer, who co-authored Political Asylum Deceptions: The Culture of Suspicion with Amy Shuman, touching on the topic of political asylum.)

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  • Harris, Rachel Lee. "Another 360 at the Skate Park, This One Full of Joy." The New York Times, 5 May 2018. (Wedding annoucement for PhD candidate Ayendy Bonifacio and Joey Kim, PhD.)

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  • Jackson, Tom. "New book features Sandusky poet forgotten for more than a century." The Sandusky Register, 11 February 2018. (Elizabeth Renker quoted on the historical importance of poet Carrie Ella Barney.)
  • Gavin, Jessica. "OSU Lima celebrates Black History Month with 'Athletes and Patriotism' forum." Hometown Stations8 February 2018. (Overview of presentation by Jessica Johnson about history of African Americans in protest and the implications of prominent sports-based protests today.)

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