Monday, February 11
Join Provost La Jerne Terry Cornish and your colleagues as we continue to recognize our faculty for their scholarship and creative projects through our post-sabbatical colloquium series. Presenters will share from the research and/or creative activity they engaged in during their sabbatical. Through the series, the entire Ithaca College community will have an opportunity to take part in the revitalization that stems from new knowledge and creative inquiry.
Please join us for an intellectually and aesthetically stimulating event on Monday, February 11. Our speakers/artists will be:
Wendy Mehne, Professor of Performance Studies, School of Music with special guest pianist, Diane Birr
Title: Style and Performance of First Concertino by Charles Nicholson, Superstar British Flutist of the Regency Period
Jennifer Muller, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Chair, Department of Anthropology
Title: Bioarchaeology and Heritage Management in Curaçao: Preservation and Commemoration of African and African Descendant Sacred Space
Facilitator: Michael Malpass, Charles A. Dana Professor in the Social Sciences, Professor of Anthropology
There will be light refreshments available from 4 PM on with a wine and cheese reception upon the conclusion of the presentations.
Please mark your calendar for the second colloquium in the series on Thursday, February 28, with Akiko Fillinger and Skott Jones
Organized and supported by the Center for Faculty Excellence
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Colette Matisco at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 274-3734. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.