Published, Performed, Presented
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Chris Garces (Anthropology) spoke on “What Political Satire Knows About Republics of Charity” and “Humor Within and Out of Bounds: Ethnographic Perspectives on Ludic Limits” at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association in San Francisco.
Dialogue with the Archipelago, a book-length poem by Suzanne Gardinier (Writing), was published by Sheep Meadow Press in January.
Myra Goldberg (Writing) completed a political mystery about a tablet looted from the Baghdad Museum. The book was published online at ourfirstwords.com and was illustrated by Emily Lopuch MFA ’09.3
In August, Peggy Gould (Dance) performed “From Within & Outside a Bright Room” at an artist’s retreat in Vermont. The work was also presented in January in Schenectady, New York. Jules Skloot MFA ’08 was among the collaborators.4
Rachel Grob MA ’92 (Health Advocacy) published “Is My Sick Child Healthy? Is My Healthy Child Sick?: Changing Parental Experiences of Cystic Fibrosis in the Age of Expanded Newborn Screening” in Social Science & Medicine in October. In November, she presented “Restoring Play: Lessons Learned from Professional Play Workers” at the annual conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children in Dallas.