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Shapiro Translates Fables in a Modern Key
Norman Shapiro, professor of French, is the translator of Fables in a Modern Key (Fables dan l’air du Temps), published by Black Widow Press in 2015. Fables was written by by Pierre Coran (whose real name is Eugene Delaisse), a poet and novelist of the Belgian French-language. One of Begium’s most renowned poets with some…

In New Book, Caldwell Investigates Roman Girlhood and the Fashioning of Femininity
Lauren Caldwell, assistant professor of classical studies, is the author of a new book titled Roman Girlhood and the Fashioning of Femininity, published by Cambridge University Press in December 2014. Elite women in the Roman world were often educated, socially prominent, and even relatively independent. Yet the social regime that ushered these same women into marriage…

Rutland’s Paper Focuses on Oil, Gas and National Identity in Russia
Professor Peter Rutland is the author of an article titled “Petronation? Oil, gas and national identity in Russia,” published in Post-Soviet Affairs, Volume 31, Issue 1, January 2015. Rutland is professor of government, the Colin and Nancy Campbell Professor in Global Issues and Democratic Thought, professor of Russian and Eastern European studies and tutor in the College…

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Event Calendar

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Phillip K. Howard -- Can American Government Be Fixed?

PAC 002 (Class of 1965 Classroom)

Monday, April 20, 2015

Senior Talks in the History of Art

41 Wyllys Room 112

Monday, April 20, 2015

Senior Talks in the History of Art

41 Wyllys Room 112