Published, Performed, Presented
Julie Abraham (LGBT Studies) published Metropolitan Lovers: The Homosexuality of Cities in January (University of Minnesota).1 Read more >>
In November, Emily Katz Anhalt (Greek) published “Seeing is Believing: Four Women on Display in Herodotus’ Histories” in the New England Classical Journal.
David Bernstein (Art History) gave the keynote address at the Medieval-Renaissance Conference held at the University of Virginia’s Wise campus in September. He spoke about Romanesque architectural sculptures of the Last Judgment.
Roy Brand (Philosophy) contributed “Identification with Victimhood in Recent Cinema Culture” to the journal Culture, Theory, and Critique in October.
Bella Brodzki (Literature) gave a talk at the American University in Paris on the role of translation in the global literary marketplace. At the Sorbonne, she chaired a session on gender and translation and gave a talk to faculty and graduate students on challenges in intercultural translation.