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NPR's A Blog Supreme Features Jazz Archive

Hamilton’s Jazz Archive was the source for a story about Duke Ellington that appeared on NPR’s A Blog Supreme on July 18. “Duke Ellington Has His Way” tells the story of how Ellington “poached” trumpeter Clark Terry from Count Basie. The article credits the jazz archive and Monk Rowe, the Joe Williams Director of the Jazz Archive and Lecturer in Music Performance.  More ...

Douglas Raybeck
Cross-Cultural Research Publishes Raybeck Research

Several articles by Professor of Anthropology Emeritus Douglas Raybeck have recently been published in a book and journal. He contributed two chapters to Improving College Education of Veterans and two articles to the journal Cross-Cultural Research.   More ...

Christian Goodwillie
Goodwillie Publishes Book, Articles on Shakers

Director of Special Collections Christian Goodwillie has published two articles and a book this spring. Hancock Shaker Village: A History and Guidebook (co-authored with John Harlow Ott) presents new research into the former village site of the Hancock Shaker community, now a museum in western Massachusetts.  More ...

Derek Jones
Jones Co-authors Book Chapter

“Assessing Mondragon: Stability & Managed Change in the Face of Globalization,” a paper co-authored by Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, has been published as a chapter in Employee Ownership and Shared Capitalism: New Directions in Research.  More ...

Marianne Janack
Janack Essay on Love and Virtue Published

Marianne Janack's essay, "On Love and Virtue: a Commentary on Raja Halwani," has just been published in the volume titled Sex, Love, and Friendship by Rodopi Publishers.  Janack is the Sidney WertimerAssociate Professor of Philosophy.  The volume is a collection of papers presented at the annual conferences of the Society for the Philosophy of Sex and Love from 1993-2003.  More ...

S.Brent Plate
Plate Comments on Summer Movies on CNN.com

Aside from the summer blockbusters like Bridesmaids, Hangover Pt 2, and Transformers, a few smaller scale films have been making the rounds, stirring up chatter in cinema lobbies and on the Internet. Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate has commented and been quoted on a couple of these films on CNN.com and other online outlets.  More ...

Maurice Isserman
Isserman Quoted in Toronto's National Post

A National Post (Toronto) article about a Canadian’s rescue of an abandoned and ill Pakistani porter on a Himalayan mountain included the comments of Maurice Isserman, the James L. Ferguson Professor of History. The co-author of Fallen Giants: A History of Himalayan Mountaineering from the Age of Empire to the Age of Extremes, Isserman discussed the shift in attitudes among some mountain climbers  More ...

Ann Owen
American Public Media's Marketplace Interviews Owen

In advance of the Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s appearance before the House Financial Services Committee today, Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann Owen discussed the state of the economy, the European debt crisis and public expectations related to his testimony with American Public Media’s Marketplace reporter David Gura. The segment, titled “Bernanke heads to Capitol Hill,” was broadcast on July 13 on Marketplace Morning Report.  More ...

Stephen Wu
Wu Gives Paper at Western Economic Association Meeting

Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu presented a paper and was a discussant of another paper at the Western Economic Association Annual Meeting, held in San Diego from June 30-July 2.  His paper titled "Are Pregnant Women Happier? Racial Differences in the Relationship Between Pregnancy and Life Satisfaction was part of a panel titled "The Economics of Happiness."  More ...

Ella Gant
Gant Named New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow

Associate Professor of Art Ella Gant was named a 2011 Fellow in digital/electronic arts by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). NYFA awarded $728,000 in unrestricted cash grants of $7,000 to 105 artists throughout New York State. Fellows were selected from a pool of 3,692 applicants in the categories of crafts/sculpture; digital/electronic work; non-fiction literature; printmaking/drawing/book arts, and poetry.  More ...

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