Faculty-Staff Achievements, April 25, 2016
Faculty-Staff Achievements, April 25, 2016Activities
Victor Cahn, professor emeritus of English, has a new play, Villainous Company: A Caper for Three Women. It will be performed by the New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, N.J., from
May 5 to June 5.
Publications and Exhibitions
Jay Rogoff, lecturer in English, has three reviews of summer 2015 dance events in the current
Ballet Review (Vol. 44, No. 1, Spring 2016). He reports on the Sarasota Ballet and the L. A. Dance
Project, both at Jacob's Pillow, and the New York City Ballet's production of La Sylphide at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
In the News
John Brueggemann, professor of sociology, published a story titled "Two Stories about American Food" on April 18 in the online magazine Tikkun. The essay addresses food choices relating to nutrition, economics, the environment,
and social change.
Mary Zeiss Stange
Corinne Moss-Racusin, assistant professor of psychology, was a source for a segment of Phiosophy Talk on science and gender, which aired April 22 on 51% on WAMC-FM.
Mary Zeiss Stange, professor of Religion, was quoted in the Washington Times in an April 19 article titled "Kirsten Gillibrand is wrong—more women than ever buying guns." Stange is co-author of Gun Women: Firearms and Feminism in Contemporary America. Stange is scheduled to give a talk titled "Woman the Hunter," followed by a discussion, at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 5 at the Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring St., Saratoga Springs.
Robert Turner, associate professor of government and director of the Environmental Studies Program,
was quoted in an April 21 Daily Gazette article titled "Capital Region voters flocked to the polls" on the recent presidential
primary election in New York State.
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