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Alan Cafruny
Cafruny Gives Invited Talk at Duke
Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, gave an invited talk at "Eurocentrism or Euro-Crisis: A Day-long conference with Perry Anderson," at the Institute for Critical Theory, Duke University, on March 27. More ...
Sue Ann Miller
Miller Publishes Commentary in Anatomical Sciences Education
Professor of Biology Sue Ann Miller has published an invited commentary titled “Integrative anatomy courses serve undergraduate and preclinical anatomy curricula” in the March/April issue of the journal, Anatomical Sciences Education, a publication of the American Association of Anatomists. Her Letter to the Editor was published in “early view” on-line on February 22 and is now in print copy [Anat Sci Educ 3:105–106 (2010)].
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Peter Rabinowitz
OSU Series, Co-Edited by Peter J. Rabinowitz, Publishes New Book
The Ohio State University Press series ("Theory and Interpretation of Narrative") that Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz co-edits with James Phelan has published its 31st volume: Tabloid, Inc.: Crimes, Newspapers, Narratives, by V. Penelope Pelizzon and Nancy M. West. More ...
Todd Franklin
Franklin Presents Paper
A. Todd Franklin, associate professor of philosophy, presented an invited paper at this year's meeting of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy held March 11-13 in Charlotte, N.C. The paper, titled "Distinctive Voices, Distinctive Visions and the Development of Critical Consciousness" focused on the ways in which different expressions of voice operate interpersonally and impact the consciousness of subjects. More ...
Joe Urgo
Urgo Op-ed Published in University Business
An opinion piece titled “Concerning Value: A Small College Liberal Arts Education,” written by Dean of Faculty Joe Urgo, appears in the March issue of University Business magazine. “Because a liberal arts education cannot be monetized and exchanged, the question of its dollar value is the wrong question to ask,” wrote Urgo. “The appropriate question is: what is the value of the setting in which the liberal arts education is pursued, and are there students and families who find that setting worth the monetary sacrifice? How much training, support, social opportunity, and community experience do we think it appropriate to provide those who will be leading our society in the future?” More ...
Adam Van Wynsberghe
Van Wynsberghe Publishes Commentary in Structure
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Adam Van Wynsberghe has published an invited commentary titled “Conservation and Variation of Structural Flexibility in Protein Families” in the March issue of Structure, a leading biophysical chemistry and structural biology journal. The article gives a perspective of and general introduction to a feature article in the same issue of the journal and was written in collaboration with Professor Qiang Cui at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. More ...
Monica Inzer
Inzer Interviewed on WNYC's The Takeaway
Dean of Admission Monica Inzer was joined by Audrey Smith, dean of enrollment at Smith College, and Kathleen Kingsbury, education correspondent for The Daily Beast, for a discussion of admission and financial aid issues on public radio station WNYC on March 22. Inzer was questioned about Hamilton’s decision to go need-blind and how the move would expand access to Hamilton. More ...
Julie-Fran├žoise Kruidenier Tolliver '02
Kruidenier Tolliver '02 Publishes Article in Journal
Visiting Assistant Professor of French Julie-Françoise Kruidenier Tolliver's '02 article "Francophone Manifestos: On Solidarity in the French-Speaking World" was published in a special double-issue edition of the International Journal of Francophone Studies, focusing on current international trends in French-language literature.
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Jay G. Williams '54
Williams '54 Publishes on Religion Web Site
Jay G. Williams '54, the Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religion, published an online article, "A Liturgical Enigma," on bibleinterp.com. The article is a discussion of the Megilloth and its theological implications. More ...
Ann Owen
Owen Interviewed on Marketplace
Professor of Economics Ann Owen, along with a senior fellow from the Brookings Institution and the chief economist at FTN Financial, was interviewed by American Public Media’s Marketplace program on the nation’s current jobless recovery. The March 17 syndicated broadcast, heard across the nation on public radio stations, referenced Brookings research that determined, “this recovery has been more jobless at the two-year mark than the recoveries from any of the last three recessions.” More ...
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