Robert Boyers, English, wrote “A Fanatical Mind: The Novelist and the Terrorist,” in the July 2006 .
David Domozych, biology, co-authored two papers, and he and Cathy Domozych, biology, co-authored a third, for the annual Phycological Society meetings in Alaska.
Carolyn Forché, English, is the author of “The Lost Suitcase” in the September 25 .
Christina Grassi, anthropology and environmental studies, published an article about a species of small lemur in the September 2006 issue of .
A PBS documentary series, , includes an episode titled “To Death and Back” that features Ross Professor Sheldon Solomon, psychology. See www.pbs.org/howartmadetheworld.
A 1997 story by Tisch Professor Steven Millhauser, English, was the inspiration for the 2006 Hollywood movie , directed by Neil Burger and starring Edward Norton, Paul Giamatti, and Jessica Biel. Telling the story of the inscrutable magician Eisenheim and the evil Crown Prince Leopold in turn-of-the-century Vienna, the film is warmed by the glow of sepia and the music of Philip Glass. It is, in the words of a New York Times review, “an entrancing yarn…a pungent period folktale that teases you until
the very end.”
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