Published, Performed, Presented
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Late, a short film directed by Doug MacHugh (Theatre), was entered into the Connecticut Film Festival. It featured Malcolm Pepin ’08 in one of the principal roles.
Winning the Peace: The Marshall Plan and America’s Coming of Age as a Superpower by Nicolaus Mills (Literature) was chosen as an alternate selection of the History Club and Military Book Club. “The Marshall Plan and the Middle East” appeared in the November World Policy Journal.
Maria Negroni (Spanish) edited the first issue of Babel, an SLC magazine featuring students’ translations of poetry. She was the special honored poet in the Poets of Hispanoamerica series and gave a lecture and poetry reading in September at the Casa del Poeta Ramón López Velarde in Mexico City. In October she read at the Cornelia Street Café in Manhattan.
David Neumann (Theatre) received an artist commission in dance from the Evolution Revolution Symposium at Emory University in October. As the artistic director of the Advanced Beginner Group he toured “Feed Forward,” an original multidisciplinary dance piece, at the Flynn Center in Vermont in January.
In September, Kevin Pilkington (Writing Coordinator) contributed several poems to The Great American Poetry Show Anthology (Muse Media). He read his work at the Tribeca Grill and was interviewed in the fall issue of Inkblot, the Manhattanville College newsletter.5