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  • Visiting Professor of History Ty Seidule participated on two panels at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association Jan. 5 to 8. He presented “‘Making Treason Odious Again:’ Perspectives from the Naming Commission and the Army's War on the Lost Cause” and “History versus Heritage: Military Historians Confront America’s Contested Past.”

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  • Associate Professor of Philosophy Katheryn Doran recently posted a blog on American Philosophical Association's Current Events in Public Philosophy. In "Phronêsis, or, a Plea for Critical Thinking," she gives a critical account of what philosophers do in the classroom -- and its many uses beyond the classroom.

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  • Bates and Benjamin Professor of Classical and Religious Studies Thomas Wilson presented a paper titled, "Confucian Ritual Hermeneutics of the Gods,” at the "Confucianism Enchanted" panel of the national meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Denver, in November.

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  • Sar-Shalom Strong, lecturer in music performance, has been selected as a recipient of the Steinway Top Teacher Award for 2022. He was notified by Steinway & Sons president Gavin English, who noted that Strong was nominated by Artist Pianos, Syracuse, “which has observed firsthand the care and commitment with which you approach your piano students.”

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  • Assistant Professor of Economics Mo Alloush and Professor of Economics Stephen Wu published “Income Improves Subjective Well-being: Evidence from South Africa” in the journal Economic Development and Cultural Change in January

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  • Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures Zhuoyi Wang was among co-authors of “Exploring Cultural Perspectives of Mortality in Class: A Cross-Institutional Collaboration to Teach Cross-Cultural Communication with Films” in Chinese as a Second Language: The Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association USA.

  • Alan Cafruny, the Henry Bristol Professor of International Affairs, gave a paper at the Allied Social Sciences Association on Jan. 7 in New Orleans. Cafruny’s paper, titled "Ukraine, Multipolarity, and the Crisis of Grand Strategies," was presented as part of the panel "War in Ukraine: Implications for U.S. Hegemony and Alternatives." The event was sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists Section

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  • A recent podcast interview with Assistant Professor of Theatre Emily Harrison is available on the American Theatre magazine website.

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  • Silas D. Childs Professor in Chemistry Karen Brewer and Assistant Professor of Art History Arathi Menon are the most recent recipients of the fellowship that supports faculty interested in creating digitally focused assignments, expanding learning opportunities, and developing technology-enabled pedagogical strategies in any curricular area.

  • An article about Confucian cult rites, by Thomas Wilson, the Bates and Benjamin Professor of Classical and Religious Studies, appears in the November issue History of Religions.

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