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Louis Newman Publishes Book16 March 2023
Louis Newman, John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor of Religious Studies, Emeritus, published “Thinking Critically in College: The Essential Handbook for Student Success” (Radius Book Group). The book, which grows out of his experience teaching at Carleton, is designed to help students make the transition from high school to college-level academic work.
Roger Jackson Publishes Essay9 February 2023
Roger Jackson, John W. Nason Professor of Asian Studies and Religion, Emeritus, published an essay entitled, “Saraha: The Anti-Philosopher as Philosopher,” in The Routledge Handbook of Indian Buddhist Philosophy (pp.124-137).
Becky Boling Publishes Poems25 January 2023
Becky Boling, Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. Professor of Spanish and the Liberal Arts, Emerita, has published two poems, “A Mother’s Confession” and “Swept Away,” in the 2023 winter issue of Willows Wept Review.
Fred Hagstrom Gives Presentation15 December 2022
Fred Hagstrom, Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Art, Emeritus, gave a talk, Deeply Honored: Two Heroes of the 442nd, on December 7th at the New Mexico History Museum. The presentation is about the incarceration of people of Japanese descent during World War II.
Rich Keiser Publishes Article8 December 2022
Rich Keiser, Professor of Political Science and American Studies, Emeritus, published an article, “Gentrifying America’s School System,” in the December issue of Le Monde Diplomatique.
Roger Jackson Interviewed18 November 2022
Roger Jackson, John W. Nason Professor of Asian Studies and Religion, Emeritus, was interviewed about his book, Rebirth, for the podcast Pursuit of Infinity.
Alison Kettering Presents at Conference and Announces New Journal Publication3 November 2022
Alison Kettering, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Art History, Emerita, presented a paper on Thomas Frye’s connection with Rembrandt at the Historians of Netherlandish Art conference in Amsterdam. And as past editor in chief of the Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art, she also announces the latest issue on Vermeer: New Findings from the National Gallery of Art.
Becky Boling Commentary and Poem3 November 2022
Becky Boling, Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. Professor of Spanish and the Liberal Arts, Emerita, contributed a commentary and poem on reproductive rights to Persimmon Tree Forum for Rights, which have been published in a Special Issue of the magazine, November 1, 2022.
Dan Bruggeman New Exhibition20 October 2022
Dan Bruggeman, Senior Lecturer in Art, Emeritus, has a new exhibition, The Heavens, of landscape artwork being hosted by The Groveland Gallery. The opening reception will be on Saturday, October 22, from 2-5 p.m. The exhibition continues through November 26.
Becky Boling Publishes Sonnet and Monologue29 September 2022
Becky Boling, Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. Professor of Spanish and the Liberal Arts, Emerita, has published in the fall issue of Willows Wept Review, 2022, a sonnet “Drowned” and a dramatic monologue, “Funereal Practice: Or Are You Sure This is What You Had in Mind?”
Jack Goldfeather Keynote Speaker22 September 2022
Jack Goldfeather, William H. Laird Professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and the Liberal Arts, Emeritus, was an invited keynote speaker at the Pixel-Planes@40 Conference on “Massive Data Parallelism for Graphics and the AI Age,” last month.
Becky Boling Publishes Prose and Poems13 September 2022
Becky Boling, Stephen R. Lewis, Jr. Professor of Spanish and the Liberal Arts, Emerita, has been published in the summer issue of Lost Lake Folk Opera. A prose piece and several poems—“Elvis is in the Building or How I Moved My Mother to Minnesota,” “Our Country ‘Tis,” “On the Prairie,” “A Congress of Crows,” “The Groove,”—appear in a special focus section: Seven Authors & Poets from the Literary Renaissance Taking Place in Northfield, Minnesota. The other featured Northfield writers are Heather Candels, D.E. Green, Rob Hardy (Research Associate in Classics), Julie Ryan, Steve McCown, and Larry Gavin.