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Karl Baden

Blue Sky Books

Assistant Professor of Photography Karl Baden has published a book entitled Work from Two Bodies, consisting of his photographic work.

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.

Republic of Letters

Recent books by Arts & Sciences faculty members

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Heather Cox Richardson

Evolution of the GOP

The history of the Republican Party shows why, since the Civil War, the nation has been caught in cycles of progressivism and reaction. Is it possible for the party—and the country—to resolve this tension? asks Professor of History Heather Cox Richardson in an essay adapted from her new book To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican Party. Washington Post. She discussed the book on WBUR 'Radio Boston'.

Sheila Gallagher

America's next great artists

Associate Professor of Fine Arts Sheila Gallagher is among 102 'rare creative talents that could change the art world' selected to show at the State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now exhibition at Crystal Bridges Museum. In this feature by CBS Evening News, her work with smoke and 'Black Cow' appears at :54; her work with plastic at 1:00 and her piece 'Plastic Lila,' which was purchased by the museum for its collection of American Art, at 2:34). She discusses her work in two related videos: Painting in Plastic and Smoke Painting.

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