"There's probably no object in American sports that has as much ritual associated with it" as the baseball glove, says UVM's Dave Jenemann.

The professor and lifelong fan of the game explores the cultural life of the mitt, and shares findings from his new book, The Baseball Glove: History, Material, Meaning, and Value.

Professor Jenemann teaches courses in film and television theory, critical theory, genre, and global cinema. He serves as co-director of the Vermont Humanities Center, and, in his free time, plays second baseman for the Burlington Cardinals.

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What makes our faculty members tick? In this video series, get up close and personal with our professors. Hear them talk about their passions, their paths to UVM and why they love what they study, from the mysteries of Lake Champlain's sculpin to the stories of homeless children in Pakistan. 

PUBLISHED

10-09-2018
University Communications