You are here

Faculty in the News Archive:

June, 2008

June 27, 2008

[David Kennedy, professor of History, comments on yesterday's
U.S.
Supreme Court decision on handgun ownership]

June 25, 2008

[Londa Schiebinger, professor of History and the director of the
Clayman
Institute for Gender Research, and Robert Proctor, professor of
History,
co-edited "Agnotology: The Making and Unmaking of
Ignorance".]

June 24, 2008

[Quotes Richard Saller, dean of the school of humanities and
sciences]

June 23, 2008

[Quotes Arnold Zwicky, visiting professor of Linguistics]

June 20, 2008

[Robert Harrison, professor of French and Italian, interviewed ]

June 19, 2008

[Quotes David Kennedy, professor of History]

June 18, 2008

[The 2008-2009 season will include a performance of a piece by
undergraduate James Harvestus Locus]

June 17, 2008

[Quotes Estelle Freedman, professor of History]

June 16, 2008

[The San Jose Chamber Orchestra will present a work by student
James
Harvestus Locus (undergraduate in Music and Political Science;
graduate
in Sociology) in next year's season]

June 15, 2008

[Quotes Bryan Wolf, professor of Art]

June 12, 2008

[John Perry, professor of philosophy, interviewed.]

June 7, 2008

[Book review of Prof. Robert Harrison's book Gardens.]

June 6, 2008

[Theater company Word for Word and professor of English Tobias
Wolff to
collaborate again.]

June 6, 2008

[Harry Elam, professor of drama, will appear on a panel at the
upcoming O'Neill
International Conference in Danville.]

June 6, 2008

[Recommends Cantor Arts Center exhibit "Spared from the
Storm".]

June 5, 2008

[One of the picks is ‘RainDance", by associate
professor of
art Paul DeMarinis.]

June 4, 2008

[Debra Satz, professor of philosophy, and Rob Reich, associate
professor
of political science, have taught weekly classes to residents of
Hope
House, a recovery home for women, since 2001.]

June 4, 2008

[Feature on Robert Harrison, professor of French and Italian, and
his new
book "Gardens: An Essay on the Human Condition".]

June 4, 2008

["Spared From the Storm," a collection of the
New Orleans
Museum of Art"s most famous works, opens at the Cantor
Arts Center
today

June 2, 2008

[Abbas Milani, director of Iranian studies program, interviewed
]