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Translation Scholars Bridge Cultures, Cross Borders

Northwestern University’s diverse and growing community of literary translators are among leading scholars who play an indispensable role in bringing alive critically acclaimed works across all kinds of boundaries at a time when national borders are closing down around the world.

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18th-Century Map Offers New Insight Into Colonial Life in New York

A newly acquired 18th-century map of what is now New York state, showing Seneca and Cayuga villages and native footpaths in addition to natural features, offers insights into colonial life.

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Women Underrepresented in Philosophy Journals, Data Reveals

Women are underrepresented in philosophy journals, even when compared to their already low rate of representation among faculty, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

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Computer Scientist to Boost Interactivity of Spencer Museum of Art’s History and Holdings

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James Miller has teamed up with museum staff as a faculty research fellow for the Integrated Arts Research Initiative, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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D-Day Anniversary: FSU Expert Available to Discuss Legacy of the Allied Invasion of Normandy

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Historian Charles Blockson to Receive the Philadelphia Award

Charles L. Blockson, curator emeritus and founder of the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection in the Temple University Libraries, is the latest recipient of the Philadelphia Award, a nearly 100-year-old honor that is given each year to a local citizen who acts and serves on behalf of the community’s best interests.

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Texas Tech Pop Culture Expert Comments on Death of Sir Roger Moore

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What Zombies Can Tell Us About Ourselves: Baylor University Pop Culture Critic Talks About ‘Living with the Living Dead’

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Quick, before it’s too late: May is Zombie Awareness Month — so it’s high time for people to prepare for a zombie pandemic. But that’s more than a heads-up for zombie enthusiasts. Those who yawn at the notion of the living dead also have reason to take notice, suggests pop culture critic Greg Garrett, Ph.D., of Baylor University.

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Ithaca College Physics Professor Making Digital Replica of Historic Revolutionary War-Era House

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Using state-of-the-art 3D laser technology, Ithaca College Professor Michael “Bodhi” Rogers is helping to preserve the historic Schuyler House — once a home of Alexander Hamilton’s father-in-law – in upstate New York.

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Award-Winning Producer/Director Urges Ithaca College Graduates to ‘Push Back on that Narrow Road’

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At Ithaca College's 122nd Commencement, producer/director Bill D'Elia told graduates not to let life constrict their choices. He drew lessons from his own career path, which took him from working at an ad agency to producing and directing award-winning television shows like "How to Get Away with Murder."







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