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  • Serena Zabin, assistant professor of history, has published a book titled The New York Conspiracy Trials of 1741: Daniel Horsmandens Journal of the Proceedings, with Related Documents as part of the The Bedford Series in History and Culture.
    February 19, 2004

    Serena Zabin (history) publishes book.

    Serena Zabin, assistant professor of history, has published a book titled "The New York Conspiracy Trials of 1741: Daniel Horsmanden's Journal of the Proceedings, with Related Documents" as part of the the Bedford Series in History and Culture.

  • Nancy Wilkie, the William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts
    February 19, 2004

    Nancy Wilkie (classics) chairs workshop on China at AIA.

    Nancy Wilkie, the William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts, organized and chaired a workshop on the Cultural Heritage of China at the recent Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America.

  • February 16, 2004

    Gregory Hewett (English) publishes poem.

    Gregory Hewett, assistant professor of English, will have a poem,"Thoughts on Rimbaud," in the upcoming issue of The North American Review.

  • February 9, 2004

    Richard Crouter (religion) moderates panel.

    Richard Crouter, professor emeritus of religious studies, moderated a panel on the politics of Ernst Troeltsch at the German Studies Association meeting, presented a paper titled "More Than Kindred Spirits: Kierkegaard and Schleiermacher on Repentance" at the Schleiermacher Kierkegaard Congress and responded to a panel on "Schleiermacher and Romanticism" at the American Academy of Religion.

  • February 4, 2004

    Gao Hong (music) featured in newspapers and radio.

    Gao Hong, performace activities coordinator in music, has been featured in articles in the Los Angeles Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, La Opinion, China Daily and China Press. She also has appeared as a guest soloist with the Pasadena Symphony, was featured in a broadcast live by Los Angeles NPR affiliate KCSN, and was the subject of a documentary for Voice of America’s Distinguished Chinese Musicians in America radio program which was produced in Washington, D.C. and broadcast worldwide.
  • Nancy Wilkie, the William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts
    February 3, 2004

    Nancy Wilkie (anthropology) chairs workshop.

    Nancy Wilkie, the William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology, and the Liberal Arts, organized and chaired a workshop on the Cultural Heritage of China at the recent Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America.

  • February 3, 2004

    Susannah Ottaway (history) publishes book.

    Susannah Ottaway, assistant professor of history, has published a book titled "The Decline of Life: Old Age in Eighteenth-Century England."
  • February 3, 2004

    Lauren Soth (art history) publishes article.

    Lauren Soth, professor of art history, has had an article on two drawings by van Gogh accepted by the journal Word & Image.  It will be his eighth publication on the artist. Another article, on a painting by Winslow Homer, has already been rejected by three journals.
  • February 2, 2004

    Cathy Manduca (Science Education Resource Center) awarded medal for geophysical education.

    Cathy Manduca, director of the Science Education Resource Center, has been awarded the American Geophysical Union's (AGU) Excellence in Geophysical Education medal for 2004.  AGU gives one award each year for commitment to excellence in geophysical education by a team, individual or group.
  • February 2, 2004

    Lance McCready (educational studies) publishes article.

    Lance McCready, assistant professor of educational studies, published an article titled "Some Challenges Facing Queer Youth Programs in Urban High Schools: Racial Segregation and De-Normalizing Whiteness" in the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education.
  • January 28, 2004

    Joel Weisberg (physics) presents lecture at Aspen Center for Physics

    Joel Weisberg, the Herman and Gertrude Mosier Stark Professor of Physics and Astronomy and the Natural Sciences, presented a lecture titled "Thirty Years of Pulsar B1913+16" at the Aspen Center for Physics meeting on Binary Radio Pulsars.

  • January 22, 2004

    Nelson Christensen (physics) and Carl Ebeling '03 co-author LIGO paper.

    Nelson Christensen, associate professor of physics, and Carl Ebeling '03 are among the co-authors of a paper titled "Detector description and performance for the first coincidence observations between LIGO and GEO" published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research.