Todd Heidt (Modern Languages – German) and historian Michael Berkowitz (University College London) recently published “The Life of Mario von Bucovich: Perils, Pleasures and Pitfalls in the History of Photography” in Photography and Culture.
APress, Inc has published the second edition of “Software Development, Design and Coding: With Patterns, Debugging, Unit Testing, and Refactoring” by John F. Dooley, the William and Marilyn Ingersoll Professor Emeritus of Computer Science. The book is designed as a software development text for sophomore and junior computer science majors and minors.
“In the Dead Mountains,” a play by Thomas Arzt, translated from German by Neil Blackadder (Theatre) was presented in a staged reading at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York, directed by Guy Ben-Aharon. Blackadder participated in rehearsals and spoke on a panel following the reading, also featuring psychiatrist and bioethicist Jacob Appel.
Ben Farrer’s (Environmental Studies) work “Measuring Environmental and Economic Opinions about Hydraulic Fracturing: A Survey of Landowners in Active or Planned Drilling Units”, co-authored with Gwen Arnold at UC Davis and Rob Holahan at Binghamton University, was recently published at the Review of Policy Research.
Monica Berlin’s (English) poem “[Mostly angular how any room made],” has been published in the new issue of Juxtaprose 14 (winter 2017).
Gina Franco (English) is December’s featured artist at Image Journal.
Stuart Allison (biology) has been appointed to the Academic Advisory Board of the Sea Education Association (SEA) based in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. SEA is an off-campus study program with which Knox has a partnership. Stuart attended the annual Academic Advisory Board meeting in Woods Hole from Dec. 1-2. At the meeting, the advisory board reviewed SEA’s current educational program, provided feedback about existing and proposed courses, and helped with planning for the future of the SEA educational program.