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Artist Fellowship Awarded
Assistant Professor of English Naomi Guttman was awarded an Artist's Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts for work on her current manuscript, Galactopoiesis. Her poem, "Ultrasounds," will be published soon in the e-book anthology, Sad Little Breathings & Other Acts of Ventriloquism, edited by Heather McHugh and published by PublishingOnline (PublishingOnline.com). Two poems from the cycle Galactopoiesis, "Breather" and "Ward," appeared in the latest edition of the journal River Styx (#60). This past summer Guttman mentored Emerson Summer Collaboration Award recipient Meghan Lynch ’02 on a poetry project, a series of monologues and lyric poems based on the history of the Merrimack River Valley. More ...
Economics Professor Receives Grant
Associate Professor of Economics and Director of the Levitt Center Paul Hagstrom received a grant from the Institute for Research on Poverty for $12,130 for his research project titled “Food Stamp and Program Participation of Refugees and Immigrants: Measurement Error Correction for Immigrant Status.” More ...
Library Systems Manager Published
Library Systems Manager Ken Herold published “Librarianship and the Philosophy of Information,” a peer-reviewed article, in the Spring 2001 issue of Library Philosophy and Practice. More ...
East Asian Languages Receives Grant
Professor of Chinese Hong Gang Jin and Visiting Instructor in Japanese Natsu Sato were among those instrumental in receiving a two-year $80,558 commitment from the Japan Foundation to support a new tenure-track assistant professor in Japanese. More ...
Economics Professor Receives Two Grants
The Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics Derek Jones contributed the chapter “Economic Performance in Transitional Economies: the Role of Ownership, Incentives and Restructuring” in Transition and Institutions: The Experience of Gradual and Late Reformers, edited by Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Vladimir Popov, Oxford University Press, September 2001. He also received two grants — one from the Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan for $35,000 and a second for $40,000 from the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research. These grants are for support of Jones’ research project titled “The Determinants of Business Performance During Reform: A Panel Study of Bulgarian Establishments.” More ...
History Professor's Book Published
Associate Professor of History Shoshana Keller’s book, To Moscow, Not Mecca: The Soviet Campaign Against Islam in Central Asia, 1917-1943 was published by Praeger Publishers, Westport, CT, 2001. More ...
Chemistry Professor Travels to Japan
In June, Silas D. Childs Professor of Chemistry Robin Kinnel attended the Tenth International Symposiumon Marine Natural Products in Nago, Okinawa. He also supervised four students in research this summer, including a Cornell University student who worked with him under the auspices of the New York Science Education Program. The students made presentations at CHOG, the Colgate-Hamilton Organic Group, which Kinnel initiated and established with Colgate colleagues four years ago More ...
Government Professor Nominated by APSA
Associate Professor of Government Philip Klinkner authored the chapter "Democratic Party Ideology in the 1990s: New Democrats or Modern Republicans?" in John Kenneth White and John C. Green, eds., The Politics of Ideas: Intellectual Challenges Facing the American Political Parties (SUNY Press, 2001). In addition, his book, The Losing Parties: Out-Party National Committees, 1956-1993 (Yale University Press, 1994), was cited by Lingua Franca as one of the "best recent books about U.S. political parties." Klinkner has been selected as co-chair of the Politics and History Program for the 2002 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. More ...
English Professor Attends American Literature Conference
In May, Assistant Professor of English and American Studies Catherine Kodat attended the American Literature Association's annual conference in Cambridge, MA, where she presented her paper, "Faulknerian Homotexuality: The Saming Change in Go Down, Moses." In June, she attended the annual conference of the Society for Dance History Scholars at Goucher College in Baltimore, where she presented the paper "The Figure in the Carpet: George Balanchine and the Cold War.” More ...
Theatre Professor Travels to Southeast Asia
Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance Craig Latrell traveled to Southeast Asia with Emerson Scholar Carter Cox ’03, where they worked on an adaptation of Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Rabinowitz's translation of Euripides' Alcestis utilizing the West Sumatran theatre form "randai." In addition, Latrell presented the paper "Ethnographic Theory in Intercultural Performance" at the Association for Asian Performance Conference at Northwestern University on August 1. As president of the Association for Asian Performance, he helped to coordinate both that conference and the organization's activities at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education annual conference in Chicago. More ...
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