Published, Performed, Presented
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In September, Laura Hercher (Human Genetics) co-authored “Living with a Child at Risk for Psychotic Illness” with Georgette Bruenner MS ’07, which appeared in the American Journal of Medical Genetics.
Kuniko Katz (Japanese) published a memoir, “Engagement,” in the 2008 edition of the Westchester Review and gave a reading of the work at the Scarsdale Library in New York.
In September, William Kelley (Writing) received the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Lifetime Achievement, which recognizes “outstanding works that contribute to society’s understanding of racism and foster an appreciation of the rich diversity of human cultures.”
Max Kramer (French) defended his dissertation, “The Poetry of Inversion: Queer Metaphor in Arthur Rimbaud, Stefan George, and Federico García Lorca,” at Columbia University in September and received a joint doctorate from Columbia and the Sorbonne.
In October, Caroline Lieber (Human Genetics) reported on “Narratives of Heritability: Privileging Family Stories as Genetic Understanding” at the National Society for Genetic Counselors conference in Los Angeles (see page 9). She was also elected to a two-year term as director-at-large of that organization.