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On January 7, 2012, Professor of International Relations Andrew Bacevich delivered the annual George C. Marshall Lecture on Military History. The History News Network (HNN) recorded a video of the lecture, available here.
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean and Director of the CAS Writing Program Joseph Bizup is an editor for the recently published 13th edition of The Norton Reader. He joined the team for the 13th edition and will continue as an editor in subsequent editions.
Assistant Professor of Astronomy Elizabeth Blanton has been elected to a three-year term on the Nominating Committee of the American Astronomical Society (AAS).
Professor of English Leslie Epstein’s eleventh book of fiction, the novel Liebestod: Opera Buffa with Leib Goldkorn, came out on February 13th from W.W. Norton and Company.
Professor of History Louis Ferleger recently published an article on AlterNet titled “America’s Dead Zones: From Detroit to Dyersburg, Why Does Prosperity Pass So Many Places By?” Read it here.
Professor of International Relations Igor Lukes was awarded the Studies in Intelligence Award by the Central Intelligence Agency. The citation recognizes his “Outstanding Contribution to the Literature of Intelligence.”
Associate Professor of English Anita Patterson gave a keynote at the Nagoya American Studies Seminar in Japan last summer, titled “Global America Revisited: Ezra Pound, Yone Noguchi, and Modernist Japonisme.” It was recently published in the Nanzan Review of American Studies.
In a paper recently published in the journal BioScience, Professor of Biology Richard Primack and Abraham Miller-Rushing, science coordinator at the Acadia National Park and the Schoodic Education and Research Center, National Park Service, show how unconventional sources of data, including historical documents, can be used to extend investigations of environmental change back to the 19th century.
Assistant Professor of English Joseph Rezek has received the Katharine Pantzer Fellowship in the British Book Trades from the Bibliographical Society of America. This will help fund a research trip to Edinburgh this summer at the National Library of Scotland.