Professor Taleen BerberianDepartment of Fine Arts
Exhibiting her artwork at the Gallery Evan, 300 E. 95th St., NYC,
from December 5-January 6, 2004. The show is "Knots 'n'
Structure, Works on Paper."
Professor Joseph Adolphe (Department of Fine Arts) has three
portrait illustrations in Creativity magazine, an ad age group
publication, in the December issue. The Special Report article is
"Design Mover R/GA and Robert Greenberg." Prof. Adolphe also
showed his artwork at the Object/Image Gallery, 91 Fifth Ave.,
Brooklyn, for the "Holiday Small Works Show III" December 5-21. He
illustrated an article for Harper's Magazine, December 2003 issue,
"What Was Lost -- Can a biography of W.B. Yeats rely on historical
Professor Scott Williams
Department of Fine Arts
Showed his paintings at "Holiday Small Works Show III" at the
Object/Image Gallery in Brooklyn, NY, December 5-21, 2003.
Professor Thomas Kerr
Department of Fine Arts
Illustrated an article, "The Small Stories Make History" for the
Viewpoints page of Newsday, November 24 issue. The article by David
Knowles spoke about reactions to moments of abrupt global change,
e.g. Pearl Harbor, JFK assassination, the toppling of the World
Trade Center. Prof. Kerr also rendered an illustration for the
National Law Journal, December 8 issue, entitled "Law and the
Unlawful Combatants in Guantanamo Bay."
Professor William Ronalds
Department of Fine
Showing his artwork at the "Banana Factory First Annual Members'
show" at the Banko Family Room Gallery, December 5-Jan 18,
2004. The Gallery is at 25 W. Third St., Bethlehem, PA,
Professor Jeffrey C. Kinkley
Department of History
Published an encyclopedia entry, "Shen Congwen and Imagined Native
Communities," in The Columbia Companion to Modern East Asian
Literature. Joshua Mostow, ed. Columbia UP, 2003, pp. 425-30. He
was appointed to the Bernardsville Library Association Board and
gave a half-hour panel presentation in Mandarin, "How American
Scholars View Taiwan Literature," at the founding meeting of the
Overseas Tawainese PEN Club of Greater New York, Livingston, NJ,
Department of Philosophy
Presented a lecture on December 1st dealing with the Philosophy of
Literature at the Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston.
The lecture was part of an ongoing series of seminars dealing with
the relationship between faith and fiction coordinated by Father