Philippe Bonnefis’s book, Une colère d’orgues: Pascal Quignard et la musique, was published by éditions Galilée, Paris, 2013.
Lilia Coropceanu was approved for promotion to the rank of Senior Lecturer effective September 2013.
Catherine Dana was awarded a University Research Committee (URC) grant for work on her novel All Kinds of Jews. URC funding is intended to support research and creative projects for faculty members across the entire University.
Dalia Judovitz in collaboration with Walter S. Melion (Principal Investigator, Art History) received a Sawyer Seminar grant from the Andrew J. Mellon Foundation for a year-long seminar series organized by an interdisciplinary group of Emory College faculty members to explore the topic “Visual Exegesis: Images as Instruments of Scriptural Interpretation and Hermeneutics.” For details see, http://arthistory.emory.edu/home/opportunities/graduate/sawyer_seminar.html
Valérie Loichot’s book, The Tropics Bite Back: Culinary Coups in Caribbean Literature, was published by University of Minnesota Press, 2013. Professor Loichot also directed a special issue of “La Revue des Sciences Humaines” in honor of her former mentor Édouard Glissant (Entours d’Édouard Glissant, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2013).
Valérie Loichot was approved for promotion to the rank of Professor effective September 2013.
Judy Raggi Moore was one of three recipients of the Winship Award in Emory College. The Winship Award is intended specifically for supporting the projects of Senior Lecturers.
Christine Ristaino was the recipient of the “Friends in Faculty Award,” a service award from Emory University Office of Campus Life.