Clayton R. Koppes Presents Paper, Gives Presentation
Clayton R. Koppes, professor of history, and David L. Kelly, independent scholar, presented a paper, "On Cats' Paws: America Awakens to AIDS," at the Australia/New Zealand American Studies Association meeting in Auckland on July 15. The paper is part of their ongoing work on the history of HIV/AIDS in the United States. Koppes also gave a presentation in a plenary panel on "populism in America."
Elizabeth Wilmer Presents at Conference
Professor of Mathematics Elizabeth Wilmer presented at the 19th International Conference on Random Structures and Algorithms.
Zeb Page Publishes Paper
Associate Professor of Geology Zeb Page published a paper "Extreme oxygen isotope zoning in garnet and zircon from a metachert block in mélange reveals metasomatism at the peak of subduction metamorphism" in Geology with coauthors Emilia Cameron '15 and Clara Margaret Flood '18.
Kara Yoo Leaman Presents Paper
Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Aural Skills Kara Yoo Leaman presented a paper at the Music and the Moving Image XV Conference in New York City.
Martin Saavedra Presents at Conference
Associate Professor of Economics Martin Saavedra presented, "Kenji or Kennet: Pearl Harbor and Japanese-American Assimilation" at the National Bureau of Economic Research conference held in July 2019.
Matthew Bahar Recognized with Book Award
Matthew Bahar was honored with a 2018 John Lyman Book Award from the North American Society for Oceanic History. Bahar's work, Storm of the Sea: Indians & Empires in the Atlantic's Age of Sail, won in the U.S. Maritime History category.
Jenny Garcia Publishes in Political Research Quarterly
Assistant Professor of Politics and Comparative American Studies Jenny Garcia published an article, "Responding to Racial Resentment: How Racial Resentment Influences Legislative Behavior," with Political Research Quarterly.
Karl Offen Presents Conference Paper
Professor of Environmental Studies Karl Offen presented "Robert Hodgson of the Mosquito Shore: Mapping a Trans-Atlantic and Trans-Imperial Life" at the Omohundro Institute's Early American History Annual Conference at the University of Pittsburgh in June, 2019.
John Duca Invited to Present Paper
Danforth-Lewis Professor of Economics John Duca was invited to present a paper at the European Real Estate Society Conference held July 3 through 6, 2019.
Jan Miyake Presents at International Research Workshop
Associate Professor of Music Theory Jan Miyake presented a talk "Syntax and Form in Haydn’s Symphonic Last Movements" at the international research workshop Corpus Research as a Means of Unlocking Musical Grammar.