MISCELLANEOUS
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY
FOR JULY 1, 1997 TO JUNE 30, 1998



 


 
 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits
 
 

Leonard, Candyce, Assistant Professor of Humanities

"Andalusian Theatre." Western European Stages. 9.2 (1997): 29-33.

"Diversity in Contemporary Spanish Theatre: Three Directors." Western European Stages. 9.1 (1997): 33-37.

"Lidia Falcón habla de su teatro." El Teatro breve de Lidia Falcón. Ed. John Gabriele. Madrid: Fundamentos, 1997. 17-28.

"FOCUSING: Twentieth-Century Spanish Playwrights." Photo Exhibit. The Kern Exhibition Area. Penn State, University Park, PA, September 11-October 20, 1997.

"CUBA 1996: Politics and People". Photo Exhibit. Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University. November 1997- April 1998.
 
 

Mandelbaum, Allen, W. R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Humanities

Publication of "Immota Labascunt" in Letteratura e Industria, publ. Leo Olshki; 2 volumes: vol. 1 Dal Medioevo al Primo Novecento; vol 2 XX Secolo.

Publication of verse translation of Giudiciís "Te Deum" in World Literature (University of Oklahoma), July 1997.

Presented the University of Illinois Press volume on Andrea Zanzotto in Washington, DC, October 24, 1997.

"An Evening with Allen Mandelbaum" (reading from his poetry); presented "Immota labascunt" essay at the Medieval and Renaissance Studies luncheon session; spoke on Dante in an afternoon session. Washington & Lee University, November 17-18, 1997.

"An Evening with Allen Mandelbaum" (reading from his poetry at Notre Dame University), January 21-23, 1998.

"An Evening with Allen Mandelbaum" (reading from his poetry at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York). June 9, 1998.
 
 

Shapere, Dudley, Reynolds Professor of Philosophy and History of Science

"Incommensurability," in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

"Matter," Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

"What is Truth?" Annals of Science, v. 54, #3.
 
 

Wiethaus, Ulrike. Associate Professor of Humanities

"Mechthild von Magdeburgís Mystical-Poetic Language: An Inspiration for Womenís Spirituality Today?" in Annette Esser, Anne Hunt Overzee/Susan Roll, eds. Re-Visioning Our Sources. Womenís Spirituality in European Contexts (New York: KOK Pharos, 1997), 106-113.

"Feminist Historiography as Pornography: St. Elisabeth of Thuringia in Nazi Germany" in Medieval Feminist Newsletter 24:1997 (Fall), 46-55.

"Letters: An Exchange on Daniel Paul Schreber" in The Psychohistory Review 25:2 (Winter 1997), 111-118 (with Zvi Lothane).

Book Review: Ecofeminism and Theology, ed. Mary Grey and Elizabeth Green, in Journal of Ecumenical Studies 34:2 (Spring 1997), 271.

Book Review: Malevolent Nurture. Witchhunting and Maternal Power in Early Modern England, Deborah Willis, in The Psychohistory Review 26:2 (Winter 1998), 182-187.

Book Review, By Women, For Women, About Women: The Sister Books of Fourteenth Century Germany,Gertrud Jaron Lewis, in Medieval Feminist Newsletter 22: 1996 (Fall), 47-49 (delayed publishing of journal in spring 1997).
 
 

II. Papers and Presentations
 
 

Leonard, Candyce. Assistant Professor of Humanities

"Agonía: Storytelling and Performance Theory: Spanish Authors Telling Stories in the 1990s." Entre Actos. Penn State University, September 18-20, 1997.

"Fire and Ashes: Women, the Gender Code and Valle-Inclánís Theatre." "Nuevas Perspectivas Sobre el Ď98." The College of Wooster, April 16-18, 1998.
 
 

Mandelbaum, Allen. W. R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Humanities

XVIth triennial International Congress of Italian Studies at UCLA. Chaired the plenary session on the "Textual Adventures of the Author: 20th Century." Received the honorary international citation for my poetry and verse transations.
 
 

Shapere, Dudley Reynolds Professor of Philosophy and History of Science

Two lectures on modern science, NC Governor's School.
 
 

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies
 
 

Leonard, Candyce. Assistant Professor of Humanities

Editor of bibliography section of ESTRENO: Cuadernos del Teatro Espanol Contemporáneo. Penn State University.
 
 

Shapere, Dudley Reynolds Professor of Philosophy and History of Science

Editorial Board, Philosophy of Science.

Editorial Advisory Board, Nijhoff Philosophy Library.

Consulting Editor, Knowledge and Society.

Assessor, Académie Internationale de Philosophie des Sciences.

International Essay Prize Award Committee, Philosophy of Science Association.

Congress Committee, International Congress on Creativity in Science, to be held at University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium.
 
 

Wiethaus, Ulrike. Associate Professor of Humanities

Editorial Board, Medieval Feminist Forum (formerly Medieval Feminist Newsletter).

"The Reynolda House Experiment: Experiential Museum Pedagogy in Historical Context", consultation for the Reynolda House Museum of Art, Summer 1997.
 
 

IV. External Grants Received
 
 

None.