of faculty and staff activities
Berry, Tang Museum, co-edited Narratives of a Negress,
an exhibition catalog that was chosen as one of the best art books
of the year by the New York Times.
Daniel Coleman, master’s program in liberal studies,
gave a paper, “Knowing the Box You Think In: Interdisciplinary
Study and the Liberal Arts,” for the Association of Graduate
Liberal Studies Programs.
Lenora de la Luna, education, co-authored a chapter
on the contexts and politics of children’s writing in What
Writing Does and How It Does It (Lawrence Erlbaum).
David Domozych, biology, is the author of a chapter on
“Algal Cell Walls” in the '(Nature Publishing
Gerald Erchak, anthropology, was a commentator on a National
Geographic TV program, Taboo: Body Perfect, which aired
Corey Freeman-Galant, biology, co-wrote a paper on mating
fidelity in Savannah sparrows, in Molecular Ecology, vol.
12, no. 11. Co-authors include Suzanne Sollecito,
biology, and Michael Meguerdichian ’02.
Francisco Gonzalez, philosophy, presented a paper,
“Confronting Heidegger on Logos and Being in Plato’s
Sophist,” for the Collegium Phaenomenologicum in Italy.
Stravinsky and Balanchine: A Journey of Invention, by Dean
of the Faculty Charles M. Joseph, music, received
the 2003 Deems Taylor Award from the American Society of Composers,
Authors, and Publishers.
James McLelland and Kyle Nichols,
geosciences, attended the annual Geological Society of America meeting.
McLelland co-presented a paper on dating of Adirondack anorthosite.
Nichols co-authored a presentation on desert sediment and also joined
Robin Wiles-Skeels ’04 in a talk about Saratoga’s
Stephen Butler Murray, chaplain, co-edited Crossing
By Faith: Sermons on the Transition from Youth to Adulthood, a volume
in honor of Harry Baker Adams. Murray has published papers in The
Journal of Religion, vol. 84, January 2004; the new Encyclopedia
of African American Literature; and Technology and Transcendence
(University of Limerick).
Rajagopal Parthasarathy, English, has three poems
in the September-October 2003 issue of Indian Literature (National
Academy of Letters, New Delhi).
Jay Rogoff, English, has poems in recent issues
of The Southern Review and Western Humanities Review, and
in the 2003 anthology Emerson at Harvard.
Sheldon Solomon, psychology, is featured in the
award-winning documentary Flight from Death: The Quest for Immortality,
made by Patrick Shen and Greg Bennick.
Mary Zeiss Stange, women’s studies and religion,
spoke at a session on “guns, violence, and belonging”
at the annual American Studies Association meeting and at a forum
on gun control held at New York Law School.
Robert Turner, government, wrote “The Political
Economy of Industrial Recruitment Strategies: Do Smoke-Stack Chasing
and Vote-Chasing Go Together?” published in the fall 2003
State Politics and Policy Quarterly.