My main focus has been improving methods for 3-D visualization of medical image data such as that provided by CT and MR scanners. Pam is a registered dietician and develops educational materials for patient use and serves as marketing associate for Global Concepts, Inc. He is also the business adviser of tennis star, Venus Williams, and her family. William Maghen, C'86, Jerusalem, was awarded a Ph. Debby Rosenthal, C'86, e-mails that a collection of essays she edited on the anti-alcohol movement in American literature was published recently: David S. Reynold and Debra J. Robert A. He and his wife, Shalini, a credit analyst for Chase Manhattan Bank, proudly announce the birth of their first child, Alanna Emilia, on August They live in Fort Salonga on Long Island.
Vincent M. My domestic partner , Dr. Douglas S. Portman, C'88, Gr'95, is a post-doctoral fellow in developmental genetics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, and he and I are still living in Manhattan. Daniel Feinberg, C'87, e-mails that he recently returned to Penn as a clinical assistant professor of neurology faculty in the School of Medicine. He recently finished a fellowship in neuromuscular disorders at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. I am married and expecting a child in January. She joins brother, Jake Eric, born in Kendra J.
Morss Dahnert, Nu'88, and David R. She and her husband, Leon, are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Armand Lee, on May Charles Saunders Jr. They live in Falls Church, Va. Victoria C. Vanni, G'88, writes she is living in Milan, Italy, with her husband and child, where she works as a freelance language consultant. Jonathan H. Robert Fisher, C'89, has joined Lincoln Equities Group, a commercial real estate developer, as an in-house leasing and marketing director in their New Jersey office. Michael S. He is currently an attending psychiatrist at Beverly Hospital and has opened a private practice on Harvard Square in Boston.
She was married in November to Benoit Bosquet, who is working on his Ph. Michele "is looking forward to catching up with Penn friends in Moscow! Melissa and Brett were married in June ; they currently live in Westport, Conn. Department of Health and Human Services. He writes that he married Bonnie Skolnick on June 29, After G-d and my parents, I thank Penn. Allison and Greg "gladly traded in their frequent-flyer miles and have chosen to settle in Philadelphia. He is teaching in the areas of constitutional law and critical race theory.
On September 6, she married Joseph A. Meeka e-mails that she "would love to hear from her long-lost classmates. Chris Kager, C'90, M'94, e-mails that he and Dr. Stephanie Kager, C'89, "had our third child first boy! He and Antoinette L. Ham, EAS'91, were married in September Michelle L. Parker, C'90, and wife, Katharine, proudly announce the birth of their son, Matthew Edward Parker, on November 7, weighing in at 8lbs, 11oz. Richard A. Raffetto, W'90, writes he has been promoted to vice president at the Bank of New York. He lives in Bay Head, N. Allison Singley, C'90, is an adjunct instructor of English at Gettysburg College while she continues to work on her Ph.
She and her husband, Christopher Fee, spent the past two years living in Glasgow, Scotland. After honeymooning in Australia and New Zealand, they both reluctantly returned to San Francisco to resume their consulting careers. Kuo and Tricia are the founders of Quorum Consulting, which provides strategic-planning and market-research services to the medical-technology industry. Stephanie McNeal, W'91, has recently been named account manager and broadcast-media buyer for Beach Advertising in Philadelphia, the state's oldest and largest full-service African American advertising agency.
They had moved to Indiana in so that David could pursue his Ph.
Deborah was a litigation paralegal in Indianapolis and was named Indiana Paralegal of the Year She served on the board of the Indiana Paralegal Association , chaired the committee which drafted IPA's Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility and its disciplinary rules, and was elected its president last July. David served as coach of Indiana University's crew teams, ; he is currently teaching ethics, art history, and comparative religions and coaching crew at Berkshire while he completes his dissertation.
Ruthlyn V. Greenfield-Webster, Nu'92, in July was promoted to assistant clinical coordinator for the five medical units and one neurology unit at New York University Medical Center. Scott W. Hawley astramerck. Julie Shaw, W'92, writes she has finished two years of service as a small-business consultant with the Peace Corps in Honduras, and is now attending the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Hilary C. As a teacher, Bob Ross played a key role in mentoring students who have carried social justice into their professional and personal lives. To honor his activism and scholarship, Clark alumni, colleagues, friends and family created a permanent endowment for the Robert J.
Ross Social Justice Fund. In , the family and friends of Clark alumnus David C. Boren Awards provide U. The Fulbright U. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over countries to recent graduates and graduate students. Hannah attended the institute held at Durham University in the UK.
Department of State. Through the CLS, a select group of students strive to broaden the base of Americans mastering critical languages and building relationships between the people of the United States and other countries. The JET Program is a competitive employment opportunity that allows young professionals to live and work in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan, representing the United States as cultural ambassadors.
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See the Roundtable for the fireworks. A paper for a collection on oral practice. Shouting was a practice indeed, deeply encoded, and both tactical and strategic. Shouts could be ceremonious. They could be canny, a kind of channeled oral chaos. They mobilized.
They immobilized. There was a shouter's repertoire, easily accessed, and easily remembered.
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Early Modern Italy. This long introductory essay reflects on the particular nature of oral communication, with its embodiment, its reciprocity with hearers, its situated nature, its reliance on props, its connection to persons, all things radically different This long introductory essay reflects on the particular nature of oral communication, with its embodiment, its reciprocity with hearers, its situated nature, its reliance on props, its connection to persons, all things radically different from words on paper or other media.
The written is by nature narrow-band and largely deracinated, although early modern writers try hard to compensate by rooting or anchoring what they write. The essay mulls on the epistemology of a scholarly inquiry into lost speech, and surveys the essays in the volume, as they fit all these questions. This essay applies the principles of CA -- Conversation Analysis -- to conversations fossilized in court records. One is narrated by an imprisoned soldier who recounts the attempt of a bandit to suborn him into betraying his castle and One is narrated by an imprisoned soldier who recounts the attempt of a bandit to suborn him into betraying his castle and its garrison.
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The other is a "confrontatio," a judicial face-to-face encounter between two prisoners who wrangle over whose story can be believed. We have artful dialogues in plays and stories, but these documents are different; they catch the power plays and verbal tricks, and all the hesitations and reversals of real speech. The insolence of office, the wiles of a noble lady angling for marriages.
Sadly, I offered 54 corrections to the translation, but the editors failed to make them, so. Do not quote the Do not quote the French version, as it errs. But the crux is a village grain theft, and the complex collaboration of the villagers, the garrison, and a magistrate to But the crux is a village grain theft, and the complex collaboration of the villagers, the garrison, and a magistrate to construct a legal fact, the identity of a heap of stolen grain.
Social process, collective cognition. But the paper ends with a plea for better local knowledge, thicker thick description, and closer attention, among cultural historians, to the deep-rooted Immediate politics of expression. The collection from a Toronto workshop ruminates on the early modern "relation", as rhetorical device, on the boundary between journalism and encyclopedic knowledge.
Prior to the triumph of empiricism, the notional presence of a narrator, Prior to the triumph of empiricism, the notional presence of a narrator, a "relator," was essential for credit, for a reader's trust. Filippo de Vivo's work on the information culture in Renaissance Venice set us going, and he added an essay, but we have as well Jesuit reports on indigenous America both North and South. Also Franciscan pilgrims in Terra Santa and a brilliant overview of evolving travel tales by Andreas Motsch.
Natalie Zemon Davis and Natalie Rothman bookend the collection. The social functions of ownership and display. This short essay helps round off a collection of good papers on urban form in Renaissance Rome, Siena, and Genoa. The push here was to convince the journal editors, back then, that works on The push here was to convince the journal editors, back then, that works on art and architecture were indeed urban history in a larger sense, so the essay supported the larger enterprise of the collection.
It argues that display was fraught, as one's treasures were fragile assets, easily stolen, hurt, or scorned. So display had much in common with the hospitality Pitt-Rivers studies in his Fate of Shechem: the guest is dangerous. The whole volume takes on Putnam on the weakness of S. Italian political culture. Here I take a remote Italian village of 90 households and show its deep republican habits amidst rebellion against its lord.
Riita pushed for a cultural history of the street, giving urbanism a push towards social action. Me, I cheered her on and polished up the prose. Riita was a very talented Turku historian, splendid to work with, and, sadly, she died in Riita was a very talented Turku historian, splendid to work with, and, sadly, she died in far too soon.
Urban History and Early Modern Europe. Elizabeth Cohen, Testimonios judiciales como ego-documentos more. James Amelang asked us to throw this to him. Judicial documents have their particular nature as ego-documents, but it takes careful decoding to sift for the ego. View on dialnet. This is a beautiful story of sex and betrayal on the Judea-Christian boundary, in the Marches south of Ancona. The banker, envied by the local Christians, falls into a trap, with a dodgy baker woman sent over to his house as bait.
In the In the end, he dies of prison, even though the local Jews pool money to rescue him. The greedy lord keeps the gold. Microhistory: lots of voice and a fair bit of cowardice and villainy spice the story. We hear the unlucky Jew only second-hand, quoted by his Christian betrayers, but their own views of Jews are interesting to trace. Jewish History and Historical Studies.
A meditation on" la pratique" in a seduction tale from the Roman criminal courts. Notable for female literacy and legal strategies of extortion of male compensation for advantage taken. At the trial's end, the clever young girl uses her At the trial's end, the clever young girl uses her memorized love poem, a treacherous gift, as a weapon to undo her mealy-mouthed seducer. The go-between for love is the lad's milk-mamma from their village.
A domestic tangle where, as often, much turns on the actions of the servants. The journal issue was devoted to history on the edge of the canon. The essay itself takes a dire murder of an errant wife, by a furious husband who catches her in flagrant embrace with his half-brother, but he has planned his own The audacious geometry of the argument, via its transparent, clean-cut artificiality, pushes to a Brechtian double-consciousness, as in a lot of my essays.
Wry Entfremdung meets compassion and horror. Nice tension! Historical Studies and History Theory. The symbolic and pragmatic meanings of a house in an agonistic urban culture. A screaming match between two women across a narrow Roman street ends with one door torched. So what do doors and windows mean, and how do these orifices So what do doors and windows mean, and how do these orifices parallel the body's eyes and mouth and lower openings? Symbol is too weak a term.
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