Published, Performed, Presented
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In March, Romantic Encounters: Writers, Readers and the “Library for Reading” by Melissa Frazier (RUSSIAN, LITERATURE) was awarded the 2007 Jean-Pierre Barricelli Prize for the best work in Romanticism studies by the International Conference on Romanticism. During that month, at the Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, she presented “French Writing in Turgenev’s Dvorianskoe gnezdo” (“Home of the Gentry”). She also gave a lecture on Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment at the Chappaqua library in New York.2
In July, Peggy Gould (DANCE) performed in “Dancing-on-View: The ICA Variations” with fellow faculty member Sara Rudner at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.
In May, Rachel Grob (HEALTH ADVOCACY) presented “Qualitative Perspectives on Quality and Quantity in Newborn Screening” at the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Genomics International Conference in Cleveland. She also co-presented “Astigmatism in the Public Eye: An Analysis of Gaps in the Media Coverage of the Ethical and Social Issues Regarding Newborn Genetic Screening.”
Daniel King (MATHEMATICS) was appointed to the board of editors of the College Mathematics Journal, a publication of the Mathematics Association of America (MAA). He also serves as the chair of the metropolitan New York section of the MAA.3
Eva Kollisch (LITERATURE, GERMAN) published The Ground Under My Feet, a collection of autobiographical stories and essays, in April (Hamilton Stone Editions).4