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Eileen Ka-May Cheng (History) published The Plain and Noble Garb of Truth: Nationalism and Impartiality in American Historical Writing, 1784-1860 (University of Georgia). She also contributed “Exceptional History? The Origins of Historiography in the United States” to the May 2007 edition of History and Theory. In January she presented “From Marginality to Mediation: Defining History and Identity in Loyalist Historical Writing” at the American Historical Association in New York City.2
In June, Kevin Confoy (Theatre) directed the premiere of The Framer, a new off-Broadway play. In October, he played Arthur Keller in The Miracle Worker as part of a tour of public schools in upstate New York.
Charlotte Doyle (Psychology) published “Exploring the Creation of Picasso’s Guernica: Composition Studies, Chance, Metaphors, and Expertise” in the December issue of Creativity Research Journal.
Glenn Dynner (Religion) was awarded a fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania Center for Advanced Jewish Studies to research the economic history of Polish Jewry. He also published “Hagiography Reappraised: On the Historical Uses of Hasidic Tales” in Religion Compass Journal.
In August, Kim Ferguson (Psychology) presented “Infant Development in the Context of Malawian Orphanages” and “The Environmental Context of Infant Health and Cognitive Development in Malawian Orphanages” with John MacAllister ’10 at the International Conference on Development and Learning in Monterey, California. She also co-authored The Built Environment and Mental Health, which was published as part of the Encyclopedia of Environmental Health. Read more >>