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Faculty-Staff Achievements, April 21, 2013

April 21, 2013



Gordon Thompson, professor of music, introduced the most well-known of the Beatles’ films April 20 for the Saratoga Film Forum. His presentation, “A Hard Day’s Night: The Film You’ve Known for All These Years” contextualized the creation of the film and the backgrounds of the people who created it. The program was part of the Film Forum’s “Town and Gown” movie series, which brings Skidmore educators whose work has been profoundly shaped by film to the Film Forum to discuss a movie of their choice. “Town and Gown” is supported by Skidmore’s Office of Community Relations and the New York State Council on the Arts.


Jennifer Delton, professor of history, is the author of an essay titled “A Messy Story of Identity in America” published April 15 in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

In the News

Kate Graney, associate professor of government, was a source for an Associated Press story titled “Local professor weighs in on suspects” published April 21 in The Saratogian.

Sheldon Solomon, professor of psychology, was a source for “Expert studies state of mind,” published April 21 in The Saratogian.

Mary Zeiss Stange, professor of women’s studies and religion, was interviewed by Deutsche Welle for an April 12 article titled “U.S. Senate’s ‘baby-step forward’ on gun control.”