Fulton Faculty Colloquia

The Fulton School Brown Bag Series, a lunchtime staple in the Fulton School of Liberal Arts for more than a decade, evolved into the Fulton Faculty Colloquia in 2010-2011. Meeting on designated Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. and featuring the research and creative work of faculty members from across the School, the Colloquia celebrate both the work of individual faculty and the disciplinary diversity of the Fulton School. Since fall 2011 the Colloquia have focused primarily on the work of faculty returning from a recent sabbatical. The fall 2018 programs appear below, as well as a record of FFC events from 2009-2017. Please plan to come out and join your Fulton colleagues once again next year for what will be a series of thought-provoking and conversation-starting colloquia!

Should you have any questions, or suggestions, regarding the FFC, please do not hesitate to contact Associate Dean Louise Detwiler at ladetwiler@salisbury.edu or 410-677-5384.


  • 2018-2019

    September 25, 2018  -  3:30 pm, TE 152

    "Why Yellow? Discovering the Lost History of he Jewish Identifier" with Leslie Yarmo, Associate Professor of  Theatre and Dance

    October 23, 2018  -  3:30 pm, TE 152

    "Prisons and the Power of Performance" with Dr. John Wesley Wright, Associate Professor of Music

    November 27, 2018  -  3:30 pm, TE 152

    "Behavioral Science for Media Content Evaluation" with Dr. Leelanga Seneviratne, Visiting Scholar, Communication Arts

    December 11, 2018  -  3:30 pm, TE 152

    Please note: This presentation has been cancelled.

    "Finic as a Microcosm of Masculinity, Disability and Race: From Charlotte Bronte's 1830s Novellas to Jane Eyre (1847)" with Dr. Judith Pike, Professor of English