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Todd Franklin
Franklin Participates in World Congress of Philosophy

Professor of Philosophy A. Todd Franklin presented an invited paper at the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy held Aug. 4 -10 in Athens, Greece.  More ...

Katharine Kuharic
Kuharic’s Work in BGSU Exhibition

Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art Katharine Kuharic’s work will be included in an exhibition at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). “Consumed: Nourishment and Indulgence” runs Sept. 6 through Oct. 9 at the Willard Wankelman Gallery in the BGSU Fine Arts Center.  More ...

Douglas Raybeck
Raybeck Publishes Book Chapter

Douglas Raybeck, professor of anthropology emeritus, contributed a chapter in a new book titled Extraterrestrial Altruism. The chapter, “Predator: Prey Models and Contact Considerations,” focuses on whether or not “an intelligent alien will be beneficent, neutral or hostile.”  More ...

The Iroquois Palisades by William Salzillo
Salzillo Exhibits in MFA Show

“The Iroquois Palisades,” a painting by Professor of Art William Salzillo, is included in the Maryland Federation of Art exhibition “American Landscapes: Scenes from the Americas.”  More ...

Tim Elgren
New York Times Features Elgren Letter

Professor of Chemistry Tim Elgren’s response to a New York Times article appeared as the lead letter in the paper’s Aug. 27 Science Times section. Writing in response to “Is There Danger Lurking in Your Lipstick?,” Elgren pointed out that “We are exposed to harmful chemicals every day, often unnecessarily so. The 1976 Toxic Substance Control Act grandfathered in more than 60,000 chemicals and does little to protect public health or the environment.”  More ...

Omobolaji Olarinmoye
Olarinmoye Publishes Article in Transformation

Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Omobolaji Olarinmoye published an article titled “Accountability in Faith-Based Organizations in Nigeria” in Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies.  More ...

Thomas Wilson (seated, left) presented during a seminar in Taipei.
Wilson Conducts Research in China

Professor of History Thomas Wilson spent the summer as a visiting scholar conducting research at the National Central Library in Taipei, Taiwan. He gave a presentation of his research in a seminar on Aug. 1.  More ...

Maurice Isserman
Isserman Reviews Book on 1965

Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Maurice Isserman published a review of James T. Patterson’s The Eve of Destruction: How 1965 Transformed America (Basic books, 2012) in the Law and History Review from Cambridge Journals.  More ...

Chua Awarded Humanities Corridor Visiting Scholar Fellowship

Lawrence Chua, postdoctoral fellow in Asian Studies and visiting assistant professor of art history, was awarded a Humanities Corridor Visiting Scholar Fellowship for 2013-2014. The fellowship is awarded annually to support research at two or more institutions in the Central New York Humanities Corridor.  More ...

Philip Klinkner
USA Today Publishes Klinkner Oped

In an opinion piece on the USA Today website, Philip Klinkner, the James S. Sherman Professor of Government , explained that although Americans have come to see the March on Washington as a turning point in our history, most white Americans saw it as a profoundly unsettling, even dangerous event, coming in the summer of 1963 in the midst of an unprecedented level of racial conflict.  He pointed out that an August 1963 Gallup poll found that 60 percent of Americans disapproved of the march.  More ...

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