2001-2002

 

September 2001

 

Stephen Bragaw

*      Published the following: 

*       "Traditional Native American Law and Dispute Resolution." Legal Systems of the World. edited by Bert Kritzer. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2001. (Forthcoming Fall 2001).

*      "The ÔBrooding Omnipresence' in Bush v. Gore: Anthony Kennedy, the Equality Principle, and Judicial Supremacy" (with Barbara Perry).  STANFORD LAW AND POLICY REVIEW. (Forthcoming Fall 2001).

*      "Elections of State Judges: An Overview." AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION'S INSIGHTS ON LAW & SOCIETY (Forthcoming September issue).

*      Review of Tinselly Yarborough, The Burger Court. CHOICE.

 

Commentary:

*Supreme Court & American Indian Law interview, American Indian Report: Indian Country's News Magazine (October 2001 article on the Supreme Court).

*Virginia & national politics commentary, WLNI--Lynchburg, May 3rd, June 13

 

Jonathan Green

*      Completed another book: A Conductor's Guide to Choral-Orchestral Works of the Classical Period: volume 1, Haydn and Mozart, which is scheduled to be released by Scarecrow in December.

*      Composed the following pieces:

1.  Spoils of War, sonata for trombone and piano (already published by Bernel Music Ltd.)

2.  Three Roses: Herbaceous Songs of Love, for voice and piano Light Fantastic, concerto for piano and symphonic band

*      Has been appointed editor of the Journal of the Conductors Guild

*      Received his fifth consecutive ASCAP Annual Standard Award for composition.

 

Rebecca Massie Lane

*      The Shockoe Bottom Arts Center hosts a monthly juried show which has a Call for Entries and a Reception.  Rebecca Massie-Lane was the juror for the July All Media Show and Reception.  The show hangs through August 12th.

 

Barbara Perry

*      During the summer, Barbara Perry taught in the Supreme Court Historical Society's Summer Institute for Teachers in Washington and in the Center for Civic Education Teachers' Institute at James Madison University. 

*      Wrote two articles for journals published by the ABA's Division of Public Education, two newspaper editorials on church and state issues, and a co-authored article, with Steve Bragaw, on Bush v. Gore for the Stanford Law & Policy Review. 

*      She appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio to comment on the partisan change in the Senate and received a contract from the University Press of Kansas for their Modern First Ladies Series to publish a book on Jacqueline Kennedy.

 

Laura Pharis

*      Professors Laura Pharis and John Morgan are having a two-person art exhibition called "Almost Too Beautiful" at Gallery 11 in Lexington, Va.  The opening is 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., Sept 7th.  Laura Pharis will be in another two-person show called "Natural Selection" at Roanoke College from Oct. 22 - Dec. 7th, with Pam Wallace, who is teaching printmaking at Randolph-Macon

 

October 2001

Stephen Bragaw

*      Reappointed to the Law & Society Study Committee of the Law and Courts Section of the American Political Science Association

*      WLNI "Morning Line" Guest, September 18

 

H. Christian Carr

*      Presented a lecture--"Glamour Girls of the Gilded Age" to the Spartanburg County Museum of Art in South Carolina.  The lecture was offered as a special incentive to their members, and resulted in 40 new memberships, and she has been asked to return in January as the keynote speaker at their fundraising gala.

 

John Goulde

*      Paper Presentation and All Conference Discussant, Korean Identity and the Pangnangja (Non-conformist Wanderers) for Keimyung University International Conference on Korean Studies, 2001, Taegu, Korea, September 16-20, 2001 (unable to attend due to flight cancellation)

*      Paper Presentation: The Korean War: The Post-War Political Impact for the Conference: The Korean War After 50 Years; Challenges for Peace and Prosperity, International Council on Korean Studies and The Institute for Peace Studies, Arlington, VA, June 22-24, 2001

*      Conference Participant and Discussant: Korea and the Four Major Powers in Northeast Asia, Annual Conference on Korea, Walker Institute of International Studies, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C. May 18-20, 2001

*      Paper Presentation: Contemporary Native Traditions in Korea for the program: Healing Divisions: Religion in Korea Today, Korean Studies Conference, The Korea Society, NYC, May 18, 2001

*      Paper Presentation: Religion in Contemporary Korea for the program: Contemporary East Asia, sponsored by The Korea Society, The China Institute, and the Japan Society, NYC, May 16, 2001

*      Paper Presentation: Daoism and the West: Lessons in a Globalized, Multicultural World, 1st Unitarian Universalist Church, Lynchburg, VA, March 11, 2001.

 

Allen Huszti

*      Sang the bass solos in two performances of Handel's Messiah with the Bedford Choral Society (Dec. 3 and Dec. 8, 2000).

*      Sang the bass solos in Handel's Messiah at Heritage United Methodist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia December 16, 2000.

*      Attended the Alexander Technique Workshop in Santa Barbara, California December 28, 2000-January 2, 2001.

*      Sang the Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes with the Hollins Chamber Players at Lynchburg College on January 29, 2001.

*      Taught a voice workshop for the Lynchburg Talent Education School on February 17, 2001.

*      Presented an introduction to the Alexander Technique for Professor Roberta Sadler's Mind/Body Seminar on March 15, 2001.

*      Attended the Baroque Art and Music Seminar at the University of Richmond on April 6-7, 2001.

*      Sang the baritone solos in Orff's Carmina Burana with the Jefferson Choral Society and the Lynchburg Symphony on April 22, 2001.

*      Played a noonday Organ Recital at Court Street United Methodist Church in Lynchburg on May 16, 2001.

*      Presented two lectures for Sweet Briar's Alumnae College on June 13, 2001.

*      Attended the Alexander Technique Workshops at Sweet Briar College, July 3-8 and July 10-15.

*      Taught organ, harpsichord and fortepiano and was the recital accompanist for the Central Virginia Suzuki Institute at Sweet Briar College July 22-27 and July 29-Aug. 3.

*      Played as substitute organist at the First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg July and August.

*      Sang as bass soloist at First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg several times during February – April.

*      Appointed conductor of the Novum Choir of Cantate (the Youth Choir of Central Virginia).

 

Mark Magruder

*      Performed Beverly Blossom's solo "Last Bow" at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign on May 19, 2001.

 

Rebecca Massie Lane

*      Presented a lecture on the c. 1830 murals at Edgewood in Amherst, Virginia to the Amherst Chapter of the DAR on September 11, 2001.

 

November 2001

Jim Alouf

*       Along with Kay Brimijoin, has had a proposal accepted for the Association for Teacher Educators Conference in Denver on February 6.

 

Susan Beers

*       Has been appointed as a member of the Advisory Panel to the American Psychological Association's Board of Educational Affairs Task Force on Undergraduate Psychology Major Competencies.

 

Kay Brimijoin

*       Has received notification that she has won the Virginia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development's (VASCD) Dissertation Research Award Grant for the doctoral research she is doing.  She will be recognized at their annual conference in Williamsburg on December 6.

*       Will be presenting a paper at The Virginia Gifted Association Conference in Williamsburg on November 2nd.

*       Will be presenting three papers at The National Association for Gifted Children Conference in Cincinnati on November 9 & 10

*       Along with Jim Alouf, has had a proposal accepted for the Association for Teacher Educators Conference in Denver on February 6.

 

Pamela DeWeese

á       Presented a paper, "Cuestiones de identidad: El caso de Eleanora Ellis en El cielo dividido de Reina RoffŽ," at the 51st Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference on October 11 in Wilmington, NC.

 

Allen Huszti

*       Sang as soloist for a luncheon honoring the new youth minister at First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg on October 14.

*       Was guest soloist at an opera appreciation course at the Lynchburg Academy of Music on October 20.

*       Sang the bass solos in Haydn's, "Lord Nelson" at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Lynchburg on November 4.

 

Mark Magruder

*       Performed two dance solos in the Fringe Festival of the Virginia Film Festival in Charlottesville on Oct. 24 and 26, 2001. He performed Beverly Blossom's work Last Bow and Besame Mucho. After the first performance on the 26th. Besame Mucho was chosen as a feature work in the Film Festival Showcase so Mark donned his wig again and performed a second time that evening. Sweet Briar's dance program was well represented by senior dance major, Amy Mullen, who performed her solo Groove in the performances on the 24 and 26.

 

Joe Malloy

*       Organized a two day Old-Time and Bluegrass Fiddle Contest at the State Fair of Virginia in Richmond on September 29th and 30th.  Fiddle contests have been documented at local fairs in Virginia since Colonial times.

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Lee Piepho

Lee Piepho's book-length study of Italian humanism in early modern England, HOLOFERNES' MANTUAN, will be released for publication in October.  He has recently given invited lectures on aspects of this topic at the University of Munich, Cambridge University, and The Library of Congress in Washington.

 

Stephen Wassell

*       This past summer, he became the Mathematics Editor of the online/print journal, Nexus Network Journal: Architecture and Mathematics, the url for which is http://www.nexusjournal.com

 

December 2001

Stephen Bragaw

*      "The Impact and Legacy of the Rehnquist Court" Panel organizer and discussant, Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, GA, November 7, 2001.

 

Brian Cusato

*      Presented a poster entitled "CS-US Similarity Effects in Sexual Conditioning" at the 42nd annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Orland, FL on November 17, 2001.

 

Deborah Durham

1)   Out in print: "Botswana." Entry in Melvin and Carol Ember, eds., Countries and their Cultures (Macmillan Reference, 2001), vol. 1, pp. 271-282.

 

2)   Invited presentation: "Just Playing: Choirs, Bureaucracy, and the Work of Youth in Botswana" at conference on Youth in Africa, Amherst College, November 9-11, 2001.  The presentation was based on a paper included in the collection, "Children and Youth as Emerging Categories in Postcolonial Africa," ed. Filip de Boeck and Alcinda Honwana, currently under review at Duke University Press.

 

3)   Organized a panel and gave a paper at the American Anthropological Association meetings in Washington, November 28, 2001: "Making Youth Citizens:   Empowerment and Disempowerment in Botswana," as part of panel jointly organized with Jennifer Cole (UChicago), "Global Ages: Age Groups in the Context of Globalization." Cole and Durham are compiling an edited book based on (but larger than) the panel, and have discussed it with two rather enthusiastic presses.

 

4)   Organized a panel (with Rijk van Dijk [ULeiden] and served as discussant at the American Anthropological Association meetings in Washington, December 1, 2001: "Transgression and Transcendance: Anthropologies of Disgust." The panel was rather a hit, and I have already been contacted by a journal eager to publish it.

 

5)   Was invited to participate in discussion (with 6 other anthropologists) with the editors of the Chronicle of Higher Education on the state of anthropology (hot scholarly topics, new directions, public affairs, institutional issues), November 30, 2001. (great food, fun discussion)

 

Judith Evans Grubbs

*      Published an article, "Virgins and Widows, Showgirls and Whores: Late Roman Legislation on Women and Christianity" in _Law, Society, and Authority in Late Antiquity_, edited Ralph Mathisen (Oxford University Press, 2001), pp. 220-241.

*      Presented a Teachers' Workshop at the Augusta County Institute for Classical Studies (July 2001) on "Bringing Classics to Third Graders on a College Campus"

*      Presented a paper, "Pietas and Potestas: Parent-Child Conflict in the Code of Justinian" at the Fourth Annual E. Togo Salmon Conference.  Roman Family IV: Italy and Beyond, McMaster University, September 28, 2001.

 

John Goulde

*      Community Presentation: Islam and the Modern World: Political Islam and Nationalist Heresy, Ascension Episcopal Church, Amherst, VA, October 7, 2001.

*      Community Presentation: North-South Korean Dialogue: Towards Unification or Co-Existence?  Unitarian Universalist Church, Lynchburg, VA, November 11, 2001.

 

Cathy Gutierrez

*      "Disorders of the Soul:  Curing History in American Spiritualism," paper presented at Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion in Charlotte, NC, April 2001

 

*      Contracts signed for the inaugural year of the monograph series, Contexts and Consequences:  New Studies in Religion and History which I co-edit with Lisa Poirier, Davies Group Press, publishers.  (These may be working titles.)

 

*      Brian Hoffert, The Huang-Lao Silk Manuscripts:  A Conceptual Unification of China Laurie Cozad, Context as Weapon:  The Keepers of Indian Orthodoxy Versus the Snake in the Grass-Roots Movement James Hanges, Christ, The Image of the Church:  The Construction of a New Cosmology and the Rise of Christianity

 

*      "The Ghost in Millennial Machines:  Spiritualism and the Quest for Objectivity," paper presented at annual conference of the Center for Millennial Studies, Boston University, Nov. 2001

 

*      Attended annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Denver, CO, Nov. 2001

 

Ronald Horwege

*      Organizer and Administrator of the Sixth Annual Goethe Institut-AATG-Sweet Briar College Immersion Weekend for German Teachers held at Sweet Briar on October 26-28.

 

*      Participant in a discussion at the German Embassy in Washington, D.C. on Friday, November 2, 2001.  He was one of a group of around twenty people, including officials from the Embassy, the Executive Director of the AATG and the Director of the Goethe Institut in Washington.  Professor Horwege represented the Virginia Chapter of AATG.  The topics discussed at the meeting included strategies for encouraging the study of German in the United States.

 

*      Participant in several meetings at the annual Convention of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages and the American Association of Teachers of German in Washington, D.C. on November 15-18.  On November 15 he participated in a meeting of the Chapter Presidents' Council of AATG, followed by a reception at the home of the German ambassador.  On Friday he attended the Annual Awards Luncheon of the AATG.  On Saturday morning he presided at a meeting of the Virginia Chapter of AATG and a business meeting of the Foreign Language Association of Virginia, for which he is a member of the executive council.  He spent the afternoon at a meeting of the executive council of the Delta Phi Alpha German Honor Society.  He was recently elected to the post of Second Vice President of this society. On Saturday evening he served as one of the hosts at a reception given by the Foreign Language Association of Virginia.

 

*      Host for a Sweet Briar College-VCCA Fellow in residence.  Ralph GrŸneberger spent two weeks at the VCCA. During this time Professor Horwege worked with him on some poetry translations and participated with him in a poetry reading session at the VCCA.

 

*      Organizer of the Photography Exhibition: Die Leute im Dorf Erlln.  Professor Horwege worked with the photographer and carried the photo collection with him from Leipzig last summer when he returned from the Bradley Seminar in Berlin and Prague.

 

Karl Tamburr

*      Gave a paper at the annual conference of the Southeastern Medieval Association, entitled, "The Bodleian Manuscripts of the 'Evangelium Nicodemi,' or What I Did on My Summer Vacation." 

*      Published an article, "From Narrative to Drama:  The Transformation of the 'Gospel of Nicodemus' in Middle English," in "Medieval Perspectives."

 

February 2002

Gerald Berg

*      Published "Zionism's Gender: Hannah Meisel and the Founding of the Agricultural School for Young Women", Israel Studies, 6/3 (Fall 2001), 135-165.

 

Steve Bragaw

*      Garnered with Barbara Perry a grant from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities to help support the Center for Civic Renewal's lecture program on "Civil Liberties During Times of Crisis" (December 2001)

*      State Finals Judge, We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution High School Debate Competition, Richmond VA (February 5, 2002)

 

Deborah Durham

*      Served as a screener for SSRC International Dissertation Research Fellowships this year.

 

Allen Huszti

*      On November 28, 2001, presented a lecture to the Lynchburg Chapter of the American Guild of Organists on the Venetian polychoral tradition.

*      On December 8, 2001, conducted the Cantate and Canticum Novum choirs in Richmond, Virginia.

*      On December 9, 2001, conducted Cantate, the Children's Choir of Central Virginia at a concert presented by the choir of the First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg.

*      On December 16, 2001, conducted the Cantate and Canticum Novum choirs in their Christmas concert in Lynchburg.

*      On January 6, 2002, sang the "Quoniam to solus sanctus" (from Bach's, MASS IN B MINOR) at the First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg.

*      On January 9, 2002, presented a lecture to the Lynchburg Chapter of the Sweet Briar College Alumnae Association.

*      On January 15, 2002, sang the premiere of Jonathan Green's THREE ROSES: HERBACEOUS SONGS OF LOVE, at a Gager Series concert.

*      On January 27, 2002, sang my twenty-fifth solo voice recital at Sweet Briar College.

 

Alix Ingber

*      Delivered a paper entitled "Teaching the comedia in the 21st Century: problems and opportunities" at the annual conference of the Modern Language Association, Division on Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama, New Orleans, LA, December 28, 2001.

 

Joseph Malloy

Has been appointed to the Advisory Panel for the Performing Arts Touring program of the Virginia Commission for the Arts.

 

Eleanor Salotto

*      Published an article "Villette and the  Perversions of Feminine Identity," in Gender Reconstructions: Pornography and perversions in literature and culture.  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002.

 

March 2002

 

Rebecca Ambers

*      Published "Learning About Teaching: A Graduate Student's Perspective" in the February 2002 issue of the Journal of College Science Teaching (5:327-330).

*      Was a co-principal investigator on the proposal A Standards-Driven, Inquiry-Based Science Curriculum for Future Elementary School Teachers which received $50,466 from the National Science Foundation.

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Gerald Berg

*      Review of Pier M. Larson, History and Memory in the Age of EnslavementÉOxford University Press (2000), in International Journal of African Historical Studies,  33/3(2001), 146-47.

 

David Orvos

*      Published "Characterization of Eastern Lake Erie Inshore Fish Communities in the Summer 2001 issue of the Great Lakes Research Review (5:6-10).

*      Had the manuscript "Aquatic Toxicity of Triclosan" accepted for publication in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.

*      Issued the final report for a grant sponsored by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation titled "Effectiveness of the Aquatic Weevil Euhrychiopsis lecontei as a Biocontrol Agent for Eurasian Watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) in Findley Lake, New York."

*      Was a co-principal investigator on the proposal A Standards-Driven, Inquiry-Based Science Curriculum for Future Elementary School Teachers which received $50,466 from the National Science Foundation.

*      Recently completed a five-week classroom session at Amherst Elementary School incorporating the use of aquatic habitats into an inquiry-based approach for 2nd graders.

*      Gave a presentation at Perrymount Elementary School in Lynchburg on use of aquatic habitats in the classroom.

*      Attended the Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry in Baltimore, Maryland, and served as a student mentor at the Career Workshop and Dinner.

 

April 2002

 

Jim Alouf

*      Presented a paper he co-authored with Kay Brimijoin and Kimberley Chandler of Amherst County Public Schools entitled "Into the Mixing Bowl: Combining Mentors, Novices, and Differentiation" at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference in Denver in February 2002. This paper also has been accepted as an archive in the ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education database.

*      Chaired two sessions for the Association of Teacher Educators' Legislative and Governmental Relations Committee at the annual conference in Denver in February 2002.

*      Currently serving on the Planning Committee for the Association of Teacher Educators' annual Summer Conference in Williamsburg, August 2002.

*      Attended the annual American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education conference in New York in February 2002.

*      Submitted a paper entitled "Mentors, Novices, and Differentiation: Sharpening the Focus of Professional Development", co-authored with Kay Brimijoin and Kimberley Chandler of Amherst County Public Schools, for publication in Action in Teacher Education, a refereed journal of the Association of Teacher Educators.

 

Kay Brimijoin

*      Continued long-term professional development work in curriculum planning and coaching with the faculty of Conway Elementary School in St. Louis, MO in January 2002.

*      Co-authored a paper with Jim Alouf and Kimberley Chandler of Amherst County Public Schools entitled "Into the Mixing Bowl: Combining Mentors, Novices, and Differentiation" that Jim Alouf presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference in Denver in February 2002. This paper also has been accepted as an archive in the ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education database.

*      Attended the annual American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education conference in New York in February 2002.

*      Presented a paper entitled "Action Research: Trying Differentiation to Find the Best Fit" with Dr. Lane Narvaez, Principal of Conway Elementary School in St. Louis, MO, at the annual conference of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development in San Antonio, March 9, 2002.

*      Was a co-instructor with Dr. Carol Tomlinson from UVA in a three-day Professional Development Institute in San Antonio entitled "Lesson Design for Differentiated Instruction" sponsored by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development for 200 educators from around the world, March 6-8, 2002.

*      Presented a half-day professional development session entitled "Putting the Pieces of Differentiation to Work: Curriculum, Strategies, and Management" to the faculty of Woodbrook Elementary School in Charlottesville, VA on February 28, 2002.

*      Presented a full-day professional development session entitled "A Framework for Differentiating the Reading Curriculum" to the faculty of Campbell Court Elementary School in Henry County, VA on March 21, 2002.

*      Submitted a paper entitled "Mentors, Novices, and Differentiation: Sharpening the Focus of Professional Development," co-authored with Jim Alouf and Kimberley Chandler of Amherst County Public Schools, for publication in Action in Teacher Education, a refereed journal of the Association of Teacher Educators.

 

H. Christian Carr

*      Was an invited panelist for a seminar on "Holistic Stewardship of the Historic Site" presented at the Virginia Association of Museums Annual Meeting in Virginia Beach.

 

Jennifer Crispen

*      The NCAA Division I, II and III Field Hockey Committees have appointed Sweet Briar College coach Jennifer Crispen as the rules liaison for the sport. She will work with the United States Field Hockey Association (USFHA) to resolve rules questions from the college field hockey community. The USFHA is the national governing body for field hockey. NCAA college field hockey teams use the international rules with minor modifications. Coach Crispen has coached field hockey at Sweet Briar since 1977 and is in her second year on the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Committee.  She ranks 6th among active coaches in total games coached (499) and 18th all-time among active coaches in career wins (264-214-21). This fall she will coach her 500th collegiate contest.  From NCAA NEWS March 4, 2002 and Sweet Briar College.

 

Deborah Durham

*      Has published a chapter, "Uncertain Citizens: Herero and the New Intercalary Subject in Postcolonial Botswana" in Postcolonial Subjectivities in Africa, ed. Richard Werbner (London/NY: Zed Books, 2002) (This is the third volume in a highly-acclaimed series on Postcolonial Africa.)

*      Book Review of Adam Ashforth, Madumo, A Man Bewitched (University of Chicago Press, 2000) in African Studies Review 44, 3(2001): 93-94.

 

Allen Huszti

*      Attended a choral workshop by the German singing group, "Amarcord" in Lynchburg on February 23.

*      Sang as bass soloist and was assistant conductor in a Lenten Choral Vesper Service at First Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg on February 24.

*      Sang as Guest Soloist in a Community Lenten Service at Court Street United Methodist Church in Lynchburg on February 27.

*      Presented a lecture on "Divas in Opera" for the Lynchburg Academy of Music on March 16.

*      Participated in the SBC Arts Day with a demonstration of the Chapel organ for Amherst County fifth-graders.

 

Marie Therese Killiam

*      Wrote a final review of "Approaches to Teaching Proust's Fiction and Criticism," for the MLA series Approaches to Teaching.

 

Elisabeth Muhlenfeld

*      Has a new book published, UVa Press, Two Novels by Mary Chesnut, ed. by Dr. Muhlenfeld, with an intro by Elizabeth Hanson, 256 pp.

 

David Orvos

*      Was a co-principal investigator, with Rob Granger and Rebecca Ambers, on the proposal Multidisciplinary Use of an Atomic Absorption Spectrometer at an Undergraduate Women's College which was recently awarded $54,239 from the National Science Foundation.

*      Appointed as reviewing editor for the journal Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics.

 

May 2002

 

Stephen Bragaw

*       Stephen G. Bragaw and Barbara Perry, "The Brooding Omnipresence in Bush v. Gore:  Anthony Kennedy, the Equality Principle, and Judicial Supremacy" 13 STANFORD JOURNAL OF LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY 19 (2002).

*       Finals Judge, Center for Civic Education, "We the People:  The Citizen and the Constitution" National High School Debate Tournament, Washington D.C., May 3-6

*       Reviewer, James Madison Memorial Foundation Fellowship, Washington D.C., March 22-24

*       Guest Host, WLNI "Morning Line" (3 hr. shows) April 9 & 12.

 

Eric Casey

*       "The Restless Living: Anxiety and Appeasement in Greek Sepulchral Inscriptions," CAMWS (Classical Association of the Middle and Western States) conference, Austin, Texas 4/5/2002

*       "Wordplay in Roman Poetry," Invited lecture at Chatham Hall School, 2/7/02

*       "Voices from the Dead: Commemoration and Greek Funerary Ritual," CAMWS conference, Provo, Utah 4/3/2001

 

John Goulde

*       Presentation on the Politics of Islam with Jeff Key, SBC Lunch and Learn Series, January 23, 2002.

*       Presentation to the Amherst Rotary Club, U.S. Korean Relations after 9.11, January 31, 2002.

*       Presentation to the Daughters of the American Revolution, The Korean War After 50 Years: Challenges and Prospects, February 16, 2002.

*       Presentation to Emmanual Methodist Church Adult Education Class, The Religions of North Asia, February 25, 2002.

*       Presentation to the SBC Chaplain Series: Right or Wrong Series on Ethics, Islamic Perspectives on Right and Wrong, February 26, 2002.

*      Appointed Sub-editor for Korean Religions for Religious Studies Review, March, 2002.

 

Jonathan Green

*       Presented a paper entitled "Hymns on the Twilight of Faith: Atheism, Skepticism, and Discontent in Sacred Music" at the Mid-Atlantic Chapter meeting of the College Music Society at Wingate University. The previous day, his song cycle, "Come in Speaking Silence of a Dream," was performed on a new music concert at the same conference.

 

*       At the meeting's conclusion, he became president of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter, which comprises Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

 

Ronald Horwege

*       Participated in a meeting of the executive board of the Foreign Language Association of Virginia at the Koger Center Holiday Inn in Midlothian, Va. on Saturday, March 2, 2002.  Professor Horwege has been a member of the board for several years, served for one year as President of FLAVA and is presently representing the Virginia Chapter of the American Association Teachers of German.

*       Organized and administered a Workshop for German Teachers held at the University of Virginia Art Museum on March 20, 2002.  The theme of this workshop was "Innovations in the Teaching of German." For the last several years the Center for Liberal Arts at  UVA has sponsored this and many other workshops. Professor Horwege has been the organizer of the German Workshop for the last two years.  During this workshop he also presided over the Spring business meeting of the Virginia Chapter of AATG.

 

Elisabeth Muhlenfeld

*       Has a chapter, "Mary Chesnut," published in The History of Southern Women's Literature, Carolyn Perry and Mary Louise Weaks, eds., LSU Press, 2002.

 

Lee Piepho

*       Contributed to a discussion of a book owned by the Elizabethan poet Edmund Spenser to a collection of essays, THE PEN'S EXCELLENCIE: TREASURES FROM THE MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION OF THE FOLGER SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY, done in honor of Laetitia Yeandle, the manuscripts librarian at the Folger, with whom I have worked on and off for the last twenty years.

 

Barbara Perry

*       Barbara Perry and Stephen G. Bragaw, "The Brooding Omnipresence in Bush v. Gore:  Anthony Kennedy, the Equality Principle, and Judicial Supremacy" 13 STANFORD JOURNAL OF LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY 19 (2002).