Faculty-Staff Achievements, January 16, 2017
Penny Howell Jolly, professor of art history, was invited by the Warburg Institute in London, UK, to offer the keynote lecture on November 23 for a conference on the body politics of Mary Magdalene. Titled "Addressing and Undressing the Female Body in the Magdalen Chapel at San Francesco, Assisi: Fashioning Virtue, Embodying Vice," it considered the role of hair and dress in the early fourteenth-century frescoes in the church.
In the News
Catherine White Berheide, professor of sociology, was interviewed for a Jan. 10 Times Union story titled "Saratoga County has largest pay gap between sexes in state." Berheide teaches courses including "Quantifying Women," "Women in Modern Society," "Women in Global Economy," "Work, Family, and Organizations," "Introduction to Race, Class, and Gender" and "Sociology of Work and Occupations."
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