School of Arts and Letters

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The Voice

The Voice is the news magazine of the School of Arts and Letters at IU Southeast. The magazine is written by students, designed by students, and produced by students. It showcases our programs and events, our current students, our alumni, and our faculty and their accomplishments--and especially the unique educational experience Arts and Letters students receive. . . . Our offerings in the School of Arts and Letters encourage students to become "aware of being aware," in the words of Maya Angelou, of the world and themselves. The Voice is our invitation to you to join in this awareness.

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Faculty Publications and Presentations

Our faculty are actively pursuing knowledge and creativity in their fields of specialization. Some of their most recent accomplishments include:

  1. Dr. Tae Hyun Baek and Mariko Morimoto (2012). “Stay Away From Me: Examining the Determinants of Consumer Avoidance to Personalized Advertising.” Journal of Advertising, 41(1), 59-76.
  2. Dr. Tae Hyun Baek and Karen White King (2012). “The Impact of Comparative Valence Frame on Brand Extension Acceptance.” Paper presented at the 2012 American Academy of Advertising Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.
  3. James Mark Mayer and Tae Hyun Baek (2012). “Less Clothing, Less Dimension: Effects of the Master Settlement Agreement on Female Portrayals in Cigarette Advertising.” Paper accepted for presentation at the 2012 Kelley School of Business Research Series, Indianapolis, IN.
  4. Dr. Bryan Wesley Hall presented a paper entitled “Kant on Newton, Genius, and Scientific Discovery” at the American Philosophical Association – Pacific Division conference in Seattle, WA on 4/6/12.
  5. Dr. Bryan Wesley Hall also commented on a paper at the Indiana Philosophical Association conference on 4/20 at DePauw University.
  6. IU Southeast voice instructor, Aaron Lundy won the Kentucky district in National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards competition.
  7. Michael Jackman's poem "My Orthodox Bar Mitzvah" was published in the March 2012 issue of Poetica. His poem "Ice-bound Sister" is forthcoming in issue #2 of The New Sound: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Art and Literature. Music composition student Rachel Short has set his poem "Thug Faced Moon" to music for pipe organ and soprano or tenor voice.

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