Published, Performed, Presented
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“Macho,” choreographed by Kathy Westwater MFA ’01 (Dance), was performed in October at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. The score was composed by Peter Kirn ’01; performers included Abby Block ’02 and Aaron Mattocks ’02; and Dan Hurlin ’79 (Dance, Theatre) and Rebecca Johnson MFA ’08 assisted with the production.
In December, Sara Wilford (Art of Teaching, Psychology) published Nurturing Young Children’s Disposition to Learn (Redleaf).8
“Moonrise,” the award-winning essay by Penny Wolfson (Writing), was reprinted in the anthology Love You to Pieces (Beacon). She contributed “Pushing the Envelope,” about the design of letterhead stationery, to the October edition of Print magazine. In November, she read at Sarah Lawrence with others anthologized in Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write their Bodies.
Eddye Pierce-Young (Music) is the new national chair in voice at the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts.
In September, Charles Zerner (Environmental Studies) presented “Extraordinary Renditions: Mediating the Weaponized Insects of the U.S. Department of Defense,” at the European Science Foundation conference in Sweden. He spoke at Rutgers University, the NYU School of Law, and the University of Georgia; presented “Biomimesis: A New Domain for Political Ecology” at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Society in San Francisco; and spoke on “New Nature: Biodiversity in an Era of Laboratory Life and Defense Department ‘Creatures’” at the American Museum of Natural History.
Spanish and Portuguese translations of Sandinista: Carlos Fonseca and the Nicaraguan Revolution by Matilde Zimmerman (History) were published recently.