Faculty Accomplishments (page 10)

August 9, 2019

Bruce Coats – Art History

Professor Coats presented the lecture “Asian Treasures in the Scripps College Collections” which focuses on the upcoming fall 2019 Williamson Gallery exhibition, for the Asian Arts Council, San Diego Museum […]

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Natalia Di Pietrantonio – Art History

Professor Di Pietrantonio gave an invited talk to the Bard Graduate Center titled “Sex in Islamic Art: The Case of Wajid ‘Ali Shah,’” New York, NY, April 2019. She co-authored […]

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Findley Finseth – Biology

Professor Finseth published two papers:   Muenzen KM*, Monroy J, Finseth FR.  2019.  Evolution of the highly repetitive PEVK region of titin across mammals.  G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics. 9:1103-1115. *Scripps […]

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Marino Forlino – Italian

Professor Forlino presented an invited lecture (teleconference) “Sorrentino meets Magritte: ceci n’est pas La Grande Bellezza ” for the Department of Modern Languages at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, April […]

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Mark Golub – Politics

Professor Golub’s essay “Racial Capitalism and the Rule of Law” was featured by the Social Science Research Council for their Items series, “Race and Capitalism.”   His book, Is Racial […]

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Hao Huang – Music

Professor Huang received an invitation from the Global Forum on Migration and Development to participate as an academic representative in the 11th Global Forum on Migration and Development Summit Meeting […]

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Nancy Macko – Art

Professor Macko’s exhibition “The Fragile Bee” traveled nationally as two exhibitions January through April 2019. “Fragile Bee 1” was exhibited at Ferris State University Art Gallery in Big Rapids, MI, […]

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Mary MacNaughton – Art History

Professor MacNaughton’s article “Aegean Odes by Mary Schina,” will appear in the forthcoming issue of Art in Print. The article discusses Schina’s woodcut prints, which were inspired by discovered treasures […]

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Susan Rankaitis – Art

Professor Rankaitis’ work was included in the following professional group exhibitions and one “collaboration”:   “A Brilliant Spectrum,” Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Preston Morton Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA, January-May […]

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Katie Purvis Roberts – Chemistry and Environmental Science

Professor Purvis Roberts published a peer-reviewed paper in collaboration with Professors Gretchen Edwalds-Gilbert and Irene Tang and student co-authors): “Comparative Genomic Analysis in Two Yeasts Reveals Conserved Pathways in the […]

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Babak Sanii – Chemistry

Professor Sanii published an article in the Journal of Visualized Experiments with four students, including Scripps second-year student Isabelle Lopez: Drawing and Hydrophobicity-patterning Long Polydimethylsiloxane Silicone Filaments Katherine Snell1, Isabelle […]

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Maryan Soliman – Africana Studies

Professor Soliman received The Claremont Colleges Diversity Mentoring Award from the 7C Diversity Working Group, April 2019.  

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Corey Tazzara – History

Professor Corey Tazzara received a 2019-20 Rome Prize and Italian Fellowship from the American Academy in Rome. This highly competitive fellowship will support Professor Tazzara’s research in renaissance and early […]

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Stacy Wood – Psychology

Professor Wood received a grant from the Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation’s Center for Law and Aging, for her project “Susceptibility to Mass Marketing Fraud among the Elderly.” The grant […]

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May 6, 2019

Rivka Weinberg – Philosophy

Rivka Weinberg gave a lecture titled “The Pointlessness of Life” at the Brooklyn Public Library. Professor Weinberg’s discussion helps make sense of the literature that frequently touches on this topic […]

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October 4, 2018

Shelia Walker – Psychology

Professor Walker published her book African American Girls and the Construction of Identity: Class, Race, and Gender, published by  Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington Books, September 2018. The book cover image is […]

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June 1, 2015

Between Preservation and Destruction: Bernd and Hilla Becher’s Archive of ‘Anonymous Sculpture

CFD Postdoctoral Fellow in Art History Priyanka Basu published “Between Preservation and Destruction: Bernd and Hilla Becher’s Archive of ‘Anonymous Sculpture,’” in Edinburgh German Yearbook 9: Archive and Memory in […]

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