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Recent Faculty News
Djola Branner Professor's Work Nominated for Lambda Literary Award
Professor Djola Branner's sash & trim and other plays is nominated for a Lambda Literary Award in the category of LGBT Drama.
Professor Sara Greenberger Rafferty Professor's Work is More than Meets the Eye
Professor Sara Greenberger Rafferty is #6 on Artspace's "10 Artworks That Are Guaranteed to Fool Your Eye."
Michael Klare Professor to Speak on Earth Day at Williams College
Michael Klare is speaking at Williams College for Earth Day on April 22. Klare will speak at Williams College about the risks of being a fossil fuel-dependent society.
lee spector Professors’ Paper Explores Dynamics of Wolf Pack Behavior
A paper published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, sheds light on the effectiveness of cooperation in wolf pack hunting.
Hampshire College Concentration in Psychoanalytic Studies Hampshire’s Concentration in Psychoanalytic Studies
Hampshire College offers a Concentration in Psychoanalytic Studies, a rare option at the undergraduate level.
Falguni Sheth Grant Will Support Conference Organized by Prof. Falguni Sheth
Professor Falguni A. Sheth and Professor Mickaella Perina have received a grant from the American Philosophical Association to support their work organizing the 2014 California Roundtable on Philosophy and Race.
Fishing Dog Professor Emeritus Raymond Coppinger’s book, Fishing Dogs
Packing your tackle and wading a river without a trusted fishing dog is a recipe for disaster, suggests Raymond Coppinger in his book Fishing Dogs.

Spring 2014 Faculty News and Notes

Professor Marty Ehrlich Interviewed about Newest Project on Fresh Air
Jazz composer and Hampshire College professor Marty Ehrlich is interviewed on NPR's Fresh Air about his newest project, where he conducts an ensemble that performs his compositions. The project started with a Hampshire College faculty development grant.

Researching Better Ways to Teach 21st Century Science
Visiting Assistant Professor of Cognition and Education Tim Zimmerman is using a $409,000 National Science Foundation grant to research ways to better teach 21st century scientific practices.

Work by Professor Sara Greenberger Rafferty in Whitney Biennial
Work by Hampshire College Assistant Professor of Art Sara Greenberger Rafferty will show in the 2014 Whitney Biennial.

Professor Michael Klare on "How the US Energy Boom Is Harming Foreign Policy"
Professor Michael Klare writes for The Nation on how the rising production of oil and gas in the U.S. is creating greater tensions in foreign policy.

New Book by Will Ryan Goes Inside the Outdoors
Writing Center co-director Will Ryan’s new book, Gray’s Sporting Journal’s Noble Birds and Wily Trout, has been published by Lyons Press, an imprint of Globe Pequot.

Jerome Liebling Exhibit
Jerome Liebling: Matter of Life and Death, a representation of the estate of Jerome Liebling (1924-2011) will be on exhibit at the Steven Kasher Gallery from March 13-April 19, 2014.


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