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Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students

Angela Rosenthal, associate professor of art history, has received the Historians of British Art’s 2008 book prize in the pre-1800 category for Angelica Kauffman: Art and Sensibility (Yale University Press, 2006). The Historians of British Art is an affiliated society of the College Art Association whose purpose is to promote scholarship related to British art and architecture. Angelica Kauffman explores the career of one of the most successful female artists of the 18th century. Rosenthal specializes in early modern European visual culture (particularly British art within a global perspective), with an emphasis on cultural history, gender studies, feminist and postcolonial theory, and the history of art criticism. She teaches courses on European art of the 18th and 19th centuries, and the theories and methods of art history.

Associate Professor of Music Steve Swayne has received one of two 2008 Dena Epstein Awards for Archival and Library Research in American Music from the Music Library Association. This grant is awarded annually to support research in archives or libraries internationally on any aspect of American music. The funding will support Swayne’s research to complete a book about composer William Schuman.

Three Dartmouth faculty members are among 13 recipients of 2007 grants from the New Hampshire Innovation Research Center (NHIRC). Obtaining grants were Minh Phan, associate professor of engineering, in partnership with AAC International, a Lebanon, N.H., consulting firm; Ronald Lasky, professor of engineering, in partnership with Graphicast Inc., of Jaffrey, N.H.; and Randolph Noelle, professor of microbiology and immunology, in partnership with ImmuRx Inc., of Lebanon, N.H. The grants, which underwrite research partnerships involving New Hampshire companies, were announced in January. They leverage an investment by the state with federal dollars from the National Science Foundation’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).


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Last Updated: 12/17/08