Creative and Scholarly Works

Spotlight on the artistic and scholarly achievements of COLA faculty

Sunday, March 4, 2018
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Spark 2018 Arts

As a flagship public research university, our environment of innovation sparks creative expression. Here we spotlight artistic and scholarly achievements of some faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts.


Jennifer Moses, professor of art
Work From Wyoming (pictured above left)
Kingston Gallery · Boston, Mass. · Fall 2017

Leah Woods, assistant professor of art
Sculpturefest 2017 (pictured above right)
King Farm · Woodstock, Vt. · Summer 2017


Delia Konzett, professor of English
Hollywood’s Hawaii: Race, Nation, and War
Rutgers University Press, March 2017

Josh Lauer, associate professor of communication
Creditworthy: A History of Consumer Surveillance and Financial Identity in America
Columbia University Press, July 2017

Jason Sokol, Arthur K. Whitcomb associate professor of history
The Heavens Might Crack: The Death and Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Basic Books, March 2018

Lyn K. L. Tjon Soei Len, assistant professor of women’s studies
Minimum Contract Justice: A Capabilities Perspective on Sweatshops and Consumer Contracts
Hart Publishing, May 2017

UNH faculty art


Szu-Feng Chen, associate professor of theatre and dance
The Wee Question Mark and the Nameless: A Family Musical
Set Design
The Theatre Practice · Singapore · August 2017


Nathan Jorgensen, assistant professor of music and director of jazz studies
A Miraculous Tale: Mixed Music for Percussion and Saxophone
Centaur Records, March 2017. This collaboration with Aaron Ragsdale, associate professor of percussion at South Dakota State University, includes compositions by Astor Piazzolla, Ekhard Kopetzki, Nathan Daughtrey, Halim El-Dabh and Marc Mellits.


This article is part of the series:

Spark 2018 cover
In this issue, we illustrate how University of New Hampshire researchers engage in important work at the cutting edge of knowledge and how their endeavors matter.