Articles: by Josh Tysiachney

People & Places: April 2018

Professor of English Ben Slote’s essay, “‘Packed to Its Rafters with Grief’: America’s Kentucky Romance and the Rememorializing of Beloved,” appears in the March 2018 issue of Journal of American Culture. In April he will also be delivering a lecture, “Beloved’s Aggression, Beloved’s Acclaim,” at the Imagining Slavery, Envisioning Freedoms Symposium at the University of

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People & Places: March 2018

Professor of English Christopher Bakken was recently a featured speaker at the symposium “Patrick Leigh Fermor: To Greece with Love” held at the University of Copenhagen. Bakken has a long-form essay about Jamaica forthcoming in The Iowa Review, as well as new poetry forthcoming in Parnassus: Poetry in Review and Copper Nickel.   Associate Professor

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Joseph Harding

Annual Lord Lecture to Discuss “Designing Medicine’s Holy Grail”

Joseph Harding, Ph.D., professor of integrative physiology and neuroscience at Washington State University, will present the annual Lord Lecture at Allegheny College at 8 p.m. on Monday, April 9, in Ford Memorial Chapel. His talk, “Designing Medicine’s Holy Grail: Development and Therapeutic Potential of Small Molecule Growth Factor Mimics,” is free and open to the

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Annual Lehman Medical Ethics Lecture to Explore “Conscientious Objection in Health Care”

Mark R. Wicclair, Ph.D., will present the 13th annual Lehman Medical Ethics Lecture at Allegheny College on Wednesday, March 7, at 7:30 p.m. in Quigley Hall Auditorium. The talk — titled “Conscientious Objection in Health Care: Deciding When to Accommodate Health Professionals” — is free and open to the public. Wicclair, a philosopher, is an adjunct professor of

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National History Day

Allegheny College to Host National History Day Competition

Allegheny College will host the northwestern Pennsylvania National History Day academic competition on Saturday, Feb. 24, with middle- and high-school students presenting projects related to the theme of “Conflict and Compromise in History.” More than 20 students from schools in Erie, Crawford, McKean and Warren Counties are set to participate in the regional event. Students

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