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Faculty-Staff Achievements

March 10, 2021

Catherine GoldenCatherine J. Golden, professor of English, contributed “‘The Brontë Cabinet’:  A Virtual Gallery” to “Visualizing Objects, Places, and Spaces: A Digital Project Handbook.” 

Jameson PlatteEvan MackThe songs of Evan Mack, senior teaching professor of musicare featured in a new album called The Travelled Road, scheduled for release March 26. Megan Marino, mezzo-soprano and frequent singer at the Metropolitan Opera, joins collaborative pianist John Arica to perform a collection of art songs and song cycles, including a world premiere track on the album. Cellist Jameson Platte, lecturer and private music instructor, performs on two of the tracks. 

Rebecca McNamaraRebecca McNamara, associate curator at the Tang, published an essay on artist Marie Watt, titled “Infinite Histories,” in Glass: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly (spring 2021). The essay explores Watt’s latest body of work, large-scale glass-bead wall hangings, which were on view in her first solo exhibition with the Marc Straus Gallery, “Turtle Island: Marie Watt, which opened in October 2020. 

Eric MorserEric Morser, professor of history, published New England Tales: Revisiting a Region's Past in Unfamiliar Places" in Early American Literature (Volume 56, No. 1, 2021). The essay reviews “Jonathan Mayhew and the Principles of the American Revolution” by J. Patrick Mullins, “American Intelligence: Small-Town News and Political Culture in Federalist New Hampshire” by Ben P. Lafferty and “Forgotten Voices: The Hidden History of a New England Meetinghouse” by Carolyn Wakeman. 

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