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Lisa Patti Media and Society

For her analytical scholarship on the economic, political and aesthetic implications of global cinema, Associate Professor of Media and Society Lisa Patti has been selected as this year’s recipient of…

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In her latest book, President Joyce P. Jacobsen offers a comprehensive exploration of feminist approaches to economic analysis and critique that have shaped and redefined the discipline. Advanced Introduction to…

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Monson Kenyon

This year, two outstanding HWS faculty members have been selected as recipients of endowed professorships. Created and supported through the generosity of numerous alumni, alumnae and friends, these awards underwrite…

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Cognitive fusion, which occurs when we equate our thoughts with reality, is the topic of an article in the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science by Associate Professor of Psychological Science…

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Elana Stennett and Jenna Hyman, in lab Rosenburg

As researchers around the world race to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Elana Stennett and Jenna Hyman ’23 have joined the effort by conducting research on…

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Class is REL 272, The Sociology of the American Jewish Community. Today we were discussing Jews in colonial America, the first communities in NY, Philadelphia, Charleston and Newport, and issues of acceptance, integration and related issues.

A panel discussion following a preview of the documentary film Harbor from the Holocaust includes HWS Professor of Religious Studies Michael Dobkowski. Hosted by the Virtual Little Theatre in partnership…

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Clark Brian Classroom KColton

Students in “Experimental Archaeology and Paleotechnology” will begin the academic year transported to a time in prehistory, after hominins had created tools and before the invention of writing systems. Their…

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Professor of Environmental Studies Darrin Magee offered his expertise on China’s environment and water issues in an article about flooding along the Yangtze River that appeared in the Japan Times…

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Martin-Baron Sherri  Portrait, KColton, Writing and Rhetoric, Book, Smith Hall

With her first book, Visiting Instructor of Writing and Rhetoric Sherri Martin-Baron and her coeditors explore the complex, multifaceted, and legally and culturally variable realities of queer parenthood. In What’s…

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Professor of Art and Architecture Ted Aub’s bronze sculpture of suffragette and Civil War veteran Mary Walker, M.D. wasn’t created to grace the halls of the National Women’s Hall of…

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