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Min Hyoung Song

Alpha Sigma Nu Book Award

Professor of English Min Hyoung Song has won a 2014 Alpha Sigma Nu Award recognizing excellence in publishing in the humanities for his book The Children of 1965: On Writing, and Not Writing, as an Asian American. BC News Release

High marks for history

The University is ranked 7th among the top ten U.S. programs for studying history, which are 'highly competitive and attract both excellent students and well-respected faculty.' USA Today College

Karl Baden

Blue Sky Books

Fine Arts faculty member Karl Baden has a new monograph published by Blues Sky Books, as part of a recent, print on demand series on artists who have exhibited in their gallery. Work from Two Bodies reproduces photographs from two independent projects Baden completed in the 1980s: Cliché-Verre and Shadow Pictures, 1983-84, and Sex, Death and the History of Photography, 1988-9. Cliché-Verre and Shadow Pictures explores photographic space, semiotics and the visual doppelgänger, or double. Sex, Death and the History of Photography references cliché's in the history of the medium through conflict and gender-based stereotypes. Work from Two Bodies also contains a wide-ranging interview with Baden, concerning the contextual, technical and psychological aspects of his imagery.

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Tayfun Sönmez and Utku Ünver

A breath of life

A new model to match lung transplant donors and recipients is the latest project of Professors of Economics Tayfun Sönmez and Utku Ünver, noted for their previous work on kidney exchange. The Economist "Free Exchange".

Paul Lewis

Poe returns to Boston

A years-long effort spearheaded by Professor of English Paul Lewis to reclaim Edgar Allan Poe for his birthplace will come to fruition this weekend when a statue of the author is unveiled in Boston. The project is featured in today's Boston GlobeBC News Release | Lewis, who is chair of the Poe Foundation of Boston, was interviewed about it on WBUR Radio Boston.

Research Highlight

Thomas Chiles

Thomas Chiles, the Michael E. and Dr. Salvatore A. DeLuca Professor of Biology, has been named vice provost for research and academic planning. BC Chronicle