Loyola at a Glance
November 9, 2007 Faculty/Staff Footnotes
Professor Bernard Cook, Provost II Distinguished Professor of History, has been accepted for the 2008 Hess Faculty Seminar, “The Holocaust: Perpetrators, Victims, and Bystanders,” scheduled for January 2–8, 2008, at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor John Biguenet’s story, “I Am Not a Jew,” which appeared originally in Book Magazine and was presented in “Selected Shorts at Symphony Space” on Broadway in New York in 2001, was chosen for inclusion in a CD of the best of selected shorts entitled, Tales of Betrayal, which has just been released.
John Biguenet, Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor, was an invited participant for “Field Conversations: Focus on Translations,” a Theater Communications Group teleconference, and appeared on a panel on “Working in Translation” at the No Passport Theater Conference on Dreaming the Americas: Diversity and Difference in Performance held at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
John Biguenet, Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor, gave a plenary address, “On the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina,” at the national conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C. He also gave the closing address and a panel presentation at “Conversations With Katrina: 500 Days After the Deluge,” a conference at Texas Lutheran University.
“Never Take Your Eyes Off the Beast: An Interview with John Biguenet,” (Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor,) appeared in Yemassee Magazine, published by the University of South Carolina.
Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor John Biguenet’s short story, “An Encounter at Nightfall” was published in The Southern Review. Another short story “The Work of Art” was reprinted in Wide Awake in the Pelican State: Stories by Contemporary Louisiana Writers, published by LSU Press. His short story “6:36 A.M.” was reprinted in Louisiana in Words, published by Pelican Press. Another short story, “A Lesson in Lifesaving,” was published in The Rake, and “Guy Goes into a Bar,” appeared on Esquire.com
John Biguenet, Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor, was the featured author at Pomona College, where he gave a reading of his fiction.
Janet Matthews, Ph.D., published a textbook, Introduction to Clinical Psychology, with Oxford University Press last July (it carries a 2008 publication date). The book is co-authored by her colleague, Barry Anton, Ph.D., at the University of Puget Sound.
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