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Tristana Rorandelli (ITALIAN) received the Julie and Ruediger Flik Travel Grant for research in Italy during the summer of 2008.
Shahnaz Rouse (SOCIOLOGY) was granted a Fulbright Research Award for 2007–08 to conduct research on the social history of Lahore, Pakistan, for her project “Landscapes of desire: history and memory in the life of a city.” In January, she traveled to Pakistan to advise the humanities and social sciences department of the Lahore University of Management Sciences. In February, she spoke in Dubai at the Social Science Research Council’s International Conference on Inter-Asian Connections.
In July, Sara Rudner (DANCE) was in residence at Summer Stages at the Concord Academy in Massachusetts. She performed “Dancing-on-View: The ICA Variations” at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.
William Shullenberger (LITERATURE) published “Milton’s Primavera” in the anthology Renaissance Ecology: Imagining Eden in Milton’s England in May (Duquesne University). “Circe’s Best Boy” was published in Uncircumscribed Mind: Reading Milton Deeply (Susquehanna University) in February. In March, he gave a lecture at the New York Public Library titled “The Father’s Word, The Daughters’ Freedom: Mihaly Munkacsy’s The Blind Milton Dictating Paradise Lost to His Daughters.”
The Size of the World, a new novel by Joan Silber (WRITING), was published in June by W.W. Norton & Co. In July, a book tour took her to cities across the Northeast. 7