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Scholar wins coveted Rome Prize

Scholar wins coveted Rome Prize

Marilynn Desmond’s latest project centers on the Trojan War and how its story was told in the absence of Homer’s texts.

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An eye for decay

An eye for decay

Ronald Gonzalez, who has exhibited his work at world-class museums, creates sculptures that challenge viewers to reconsider everyday objects and question today’s slick, digitized culture.

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Film historian recasts ‘Big Lebowski’ as art

Film historian recasts ‘Big Lebowski’ as art

Binghamton’s Brian Wall traces the influence of classic movies as well as the failures of big-budget blockbusters.

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Art historian probes intersection of East, West

Art historian probes intersection of East, West

Doctoral student Lalaine Little’s work prompts a new view of religious and devotional objects in the Philippines.

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Kafka expert links teaching, research

Kafka expert links teaching, research

Neil Christian Pages gives his undergraduate students the tools they need to demystify the literary academy.

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Art historian seeks meaning behind gift giving

Art historian seeks meaning behind gift giving

Art historian Nancy Um studies the grammar of exchange in cross-cultural gift giving, a natural outgrowth of her research on Indian Ocean rim trading communities of the 17th and 18th centuries.

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