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Sander Lee (Philosophy), contributed a chapter titled “Is Odo a Collaborator?” to the new anthology Star Trek and Philosophy, edited by Jason Eberl and Kevin Decker as part of the Popular Culture and Philosophy series published by the Open Court Press.

Margaret Langford’s (Modern Languages) translation of the Franco-American Civil War novel The Innocent Victim, by Adelard Lambert, has been published by Images from the Past.

Brinda Charry’s (English) novel, Naked in the Wind, was awarded the India Plaza Golden Quill Critics’ Choice award for a book by an Indian author in 2007. The award is administered by a leading online bookstore based in India.

A collection of essays, Teaching North American Environmental Literature, edited by Mark C. Long (English and American Studies), Fred Waage, and former Keene State College English major Laird Christensen (professor of environmental studies at Green Mountain College) has been released by the Modern Language Association of America. An interview with Mark, “Ecocriticism: A Model for the Interdisciplinary Humanities,” was published in the Newsletter of the Organization for the Study of Literature and the Environment (OSLE) India; and Mark’s most recent essay, “Shifting Ground: The Emergence of the Bioregion and the Watershed in the Teaching of North American Environmental Literature,” appeared in the Indian Journal of Ecocriticism.

Tom White (Cohen Center) has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Association of Holocaust Organizations (AHO) and is currently serving as its secretary. The AHO’s purpose is to serve as an international network of organizations and individuals for the advancement of Holocaust programming, awareness, education, and research. Among its functions and services are annual conventions, a winter seminar at the USHMM, a listserv for members, and a directory of members.

Ann Atkinson (Communication) has been admitted to the HERS Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration.

Neal Pruchansky (Management) has been awarded the 2008 SBI Showcase Award. The Showcase Award identifies the SBI Program and its Director that deserves recognition for innovative development or management, or because their SBI efforts contributed to a true small-business client success story.

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