Fall Faculty Highlights
Dr. Adrian Daub has released his new book What Tech Calls Thinking: An Inquiry into the Intellectual Bedrock of Sillicon Valley to rave reviews, including a starred review from and being a New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice.
Dr. Christine Wotipka and Xavier Fields ('19) have published "Effect of LGBT anti-discrimination laws on school climate and outcomes for lesbian, gay, and bisexual high school students" in the Journal of LGBT Youth. The paper is based in part on Xavier’s thesis for which he was awarded the Rosaldo Prize for Best Thesis in 2019.
Dr. Shelley Fisher Fishkin has published “Reflections on Being in the First Class of Women at Yale," the lead essay in Remembering 50: In Celebration of 50 Years of Coeducation at Yale, edited by Jen Huang, Ananya Kachru, and Avery Arena (2020).
Prof. Valerie Miner has released a new book of short stories—her 15th title!—called Bread and Salt.
On February 9th at 4:15, The Clayman Institute will host an Artist's Salon to celebrate the book release. Register here:
Maxe Crandall's new book The Nancy Reagan Collection landed on the New York Public Library's Top 10 Poetry Books of 2020 & LitHub's 65 Favorite Books of 2020. In December, he received a Eureka Commission from Onassis USA for a performance in development.
Dr. Annie Atura Bushnell has been appointed as a Lecturer in FGSS and will begin teaching Winter quarter. Welcome to the program!