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Ursula Schneider (Visual Arts) had a solo exhibition of large-scale paintings based on observations of the Hudson River at the A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn this winter.6
Fred Smoler (Literature) contributed to First of the Year: 2008 (Transaction). He published “The Day After: Caveats First” in the online edition of Dissent. He also had three pieces in the online edition of the UK journal Standpoint in the fall.
In October, Michael Spano (Visual Arts) published Auto Portraits, photographs of drivers in urban traffic (powerHouse). He also lectured at Haverford College on “Time and Landscape: A Response to the Work of Art Sinsabaugh.”
Amy Swerdlow (Women’s History Emerita) published “Ella Tulin: Fully Empowered” in the Spring 2007 edition of Feminist Studies. In November, she gave a talk with Eva Kollisch (Literature emerita) on writing memoirs at the City University Graduate Center. She also spoke about Bella Abzug at Hunter College.
In August, Malcolm Turvey (Film History) published Doubting Vision: Film and the Revelationist Tradition (Oxford University). He contributed “Persistence of Vision: The Films of Chantal Akerman” to Artforum in November, and has pieces in two new anthologies: European Film Theory and the Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Film. He presented “Medium Essentialism Defended” at a conference at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and served on the film, media, and communication panel of the Fellowships Program of the National Endowment for the Humanities.7