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20 April, 2011

Quisquilia

  • Roz Edwards, "Georgia Tech Professor unearths the racist past of an Atlanta Castle." atlantadailyworld. 5 April, 2017.
  • "Georgia Tech Professor Unearths the Racist Past of an Atlanta Castle." MetroAtlantaBlack. 5 April, 2017.
  • "Q&A with Richard Utz on Medievalism: A Manifesto," ARC Humanities Press, 28 Oct, 2016. 
  • Victor Rogers, "But, But: Allow Me to Interrupt," Georgia Tech News Center, 19 October, 2016.
  • Charles Lein, "Interview with Richard Utz," Medieval Institute Publications/ARC Medieval Press, 4 April, 2016. 
  • Christine Schott, "How to Save Literary Studies," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 Jan. 2016.
  • Jeff Sypeck, “Ah, you are in your prime, you’ve come of age…” Quid Plura (22 Sept. 2015).
  • Jeanne Baron, "Some 3,000 Medievalists from Dozens of Nations to Gather at WMU," WMU News, May 12, 2015.
  • Richard Garza, "50th International Congress on Medieval Studies Hosted by WMU," Western Herald, May 11, 2015.
  • Victor Rogers, "Buzzwords Dominate Business Communication," Georgia Tech News Center, May 11, 2015.
  • Rebecca Thiele, "50th Medieval Congress Celebrates Congresses Past," WMUK/NPR, May 8, 2015. 
  • Margaret Tate, "LMC Creates 140-Page ‘Calling Card’ with New Book. School Shares Stories of How it Connects Humanities, Technology," Georgia Tech News, January 5, 2015.
  • Kristen Bailey, "New Faculty Find Way through Mentoring," The Whistle (Georgia Tech Faculty/Staff News Online), November 10, 2014. 
  • "Open Access in the Academy," roundtable at 29th Intl. Conference on Medievalism, Georgia Tech, October 2014 [video with Thomas Hahn, Kevin Harty, Leah Haught, J. Britt Holbrook, Fred Rascoe,  Paul Sturtevant, Jesse G. Swan, Robin Wharton, and Richard Utz (chair)]
  • Ivan Allen College 2014 Founder's Day Ceremony, March 2014 [video within the video, begins 4:49 mins into the recording]
  • Piotr Toczyski, "Co studiować, aby być mądrym i bogatym. Na Zachodzie znów chcą humanistów, a u nas? [“What to study to be wise and rich: The West wants the humanities again, so what about us?"], Gazeta Wyborcza, February 24, 2014, 9.
  • Richard Utz, "Open Access and the Digital Humanities," Interview by Fred Rasco, November 1, 2013, WREK Atlanta. (begins c. 7:30 mins into the recording)
  • German Academic International Network Newsletter, September 2013, 2013.
  • Richard Utz, "Fit for Germany?," Inside Higher Ed, 16 September, 2013.
  • Richard Utz, "The English Prof as Entrepreneur," Inside Higher Ed, 4 March, 2013.
  • Karen Head, "Here a MOOC, There a MOOC: But Will It Work for Freshman Composition?" Chronicle of Higher Education, 24 January 2013.
  • Richard Utz, "The Trouble with English," The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 January 2013.
  • Rebecca Keane, "Richard Utz Named Chair of the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture," Georgia Tech News Room, 11 May, 2012.
  • A. Lalomia, "Intervista a Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri," Scuola e universitá, 12 February, 2012.
  • Courtney Smith, "First Adopters at WMich: How ScholarWorks and SelectedWorks serve a key objective of the English department at Western Michigan University," Digital Commons Subscriber Newsletter (Summer 2011), 3.
  • Ted Yoakum, "WMU Students Give Presentations on the World of English Studies," Western Herald (21 April 2011). 
  • "English Majort Highlighted at Poster Presentation," Targeted News Service (15 April, 2011).
  • Gwen Tarbox, "ENGL 6300 Spring 2011," Course Blog (7 Feb 2011).
  • "English Graduate Wins O'Connor Fiction Award," U.S. Federal News Service (26 Aug., 2010).
  • Robin Wilson,  “Technology Brings the Search Committee Right to your Living Room,Chronicle of Higher Education (2 May, 2010). 
  • David Alexander, “English Dept. Chair: Get Rid of Fee Cards,” Western Herald (24 Jan., 2010).
  • Melissa Nichols and Fritz Klug, “WMU Part Time Faculty Sets Sights on a Union,” Western Herald (26 June, 2009).
  • Nichole Allen, “Some Skeptical of New Ad Campaign,” Western Herald (30 Oct., 2007).
  • Volker Breidecker, “Schreibtisch neben den Gewehren,” Süddeutsche Zeitung (May 4, 2007), 16.
  • King Arthur Scholar to Visit University of Northern Iowa during Rescheduled Conference on Culture and the Medieval King.” UNI Newsroom, Apr 09, 2007. 
  • Friederike Reents, “Frau Muttersprache,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (2 May, 101/2007), N3.  
  • “University of Northern Iowa Launches Online Publication, UNIversitas.US Fed News Service, Feb. 9, 2006.
  • Utz Named Hubbard Award Recipient at UNI. UNI Newsroom, Nov. 2, 2006. 
  • Lindsey Ory, “Universitas Magazine Showcases Graduate Students,” Northern Iowan (21 Feb., 2006).
  • Gwenne Culpepper, “A Man for the Middle Ages,” University of Northern Iowa Magazine 89.1 (Winter 2005), 14.
  • Bridget Eggers, “UNI Professors Collaborate to Honor Respected Colleague,” Northern Iowan (10 Dec., 2004).
  • Frank-Rutger Hausmann, “Shakespeare der Germane,” Süddeutsche Zeitung (April 23, 93/2003), 16.
  • David Keiser, “Utz Named 2003 Scholar,” Northern Iowan (18 Feb., 2003).
  • Katie Hammit, “UNI Professors Receive Regents’ Top Recognition,” Northern Iowan (23 Oct., 2001).
  • J.R. Droll, “Task Force Hopes to Avert Impending Crisis,” Northern Iowan (21 Nov., 2000).
  • Anon., "Book on Medievalism Honors Leslie J. Workman," The Anchor (Hope College, 1999).