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Ann Owen
Owen Featured on American Public Media's Marketplace

American Public Media’s Marketplace broadcast on March 10 began with an examination of the differences between our country’s Federal Reserve policies as compared with other nations. The first commentator in the segment, titled A Transatlantic Central Banking Policy Disparity, was Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, who observed, “Europe has not recovered as well as the U.S. has from the crisis. European monetary policy needs to be more aggressive.”  More ...

Students to Attend National Computational Chemistry Workshop

David Dacres ’18, Erin Lewis ’18, Pat Marris ’16 and Rich Wenner ’17 will travel to San Diego to take part in the first Undergraduate Workshop in Computational Chemistry. The workshop will take place during the 251st American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting March 13-17.  More ...

Xavier Tubau
Tubau Appointed Mayers Fellow at Huntington Library

Xavier Tubau, assistant professor of Hispanic studies, was appointed as a Mayers Fellow at the Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif.  The fellowship will support a month's work in primary sources related to Tubau’s book project on political propaganda during the empire of Charles V.  More ...

Maurice Isserman
Isserman Compares 1968 Campaign with 2016 in Reuters Essay

“There is rare agreement, on left and the right, that the 2016 presidential election season is looking to be a repeat of Democratic Party’s 1968 race,” began Maurice Isserman’s essay published by Reuters news service on March 7. The Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History and co-author of America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960s, Isserman observed, “This time around, however, it is Republicans who seem most vulnerable to splintering after a fevered primary season."  More ...

Deanna Nappi '15 on baritone sax
Rowe's Jazz Session Reaches 600+ Around the World

“I'm playing this out the window to the monkeys... The monkeys are still there...so you didn't scare them off. I thought they only liked classical music,” exclaimed a Costa Rican listener to the livestreamed jazz program delivered by Fillius Jazz Archive Director Monk Rowe as part of his edX course on March 6. More than 600 listeners from dozens of countries and states joined in with those in the college’s packed Little Pub to hear Rowe and his fellow musicians play and talk about jazz.  More ...

Naomi Guttman
Guttman Travels to West Coast for Poetry Readings

Professor of Literature and Creative Writing Naomi Guttman will travel to the west coast for a series of poetry readings from March 11-17. She will read new work as well as poems from The Banquet of Donny & Ari: Scenes from the Opera.  More ...

Robert Martin
Martin Publishes Lead Article in Philosophy Journal

“Between Rosanvallon and Rancière: Toward a Theory of Dissentient Democracy” by Professor of Government Robert Martin appeared as the lead article in a special, English-language issue of the Spanish philosophy journal Contrastes, Revista Internacional de Filosofia (Suplemento 20).   More ...

NY Times Publishes Williams' Letter on Monarch's Challenges

The New York Times published a letter to the editor written by Ernest Williams, the William R. Kenan Professor of Biology Emeritus, titled Challenges Facing the Monarch Butterfly on March 7. In response to a Feb. 28 article titled Monarch Butterfly Migration Rebounds Easing Some Fears, Williams pointed out that, “...this year’s measurement remains less than a quarter of what it was 20 years ago.”  More ...

Heather Merrill
Merrill Publishes Article in Edited Volume

Professor of Africana Studies Heather Merrill published an article titled “In Other Wor(l)ds: Situated Intersectionality in Italy” in her co-edited volume Spaces of Danger: Culture and Power in the Everyday. The volume is part of the series “Geographies of Justice and Social Transformation” published by the University of Georgia Press.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Publishes Book Review

Associate Professor of History John Eldevik recently published a review of Keagan Brewer's Prester John: The Legend and its Sources in The Medieval Review. Brewer's volume is a collection of translated texts related to the figure of "Prester John," a legendary Christian ruler believed in the Middle Ages to possess a realm of fabulous wealth and power somewhere in the East beyond the lands of Islam.  More ...

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