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Achievements


With its more than one hundred fellows to date, the ISI has hosted some of the most active and successful of our colleagues on campus. In many cases their projects, under development in an ISI seminar, have come to fruition in scholarly or creative arenas. While we do not claim credit for all successes or special recognitions, we are proud to list some of the achievements of our ISI community here.


Sally Campbell Galman

Child and Family Studies, School of Education, ISHA 10-11

    Wise and Foolish Virgins: White Women at Work in the Feminized World of

       Primary School Teaching. Lexington Books, 2012.

   

Elizabeth Krause

Department of Anthropology, ISHA 08-09

    “Tight Knit: Two Familisms in One Country”, Center for Research on Families

        Scholar, 2011-2012.


Shona Macdonald

Department of Art, Architecture and Art History, ISHA 09-10

    Roswell Artist-in-Residence, Roswell New Mexico, 2010-2011.

    “Sea Change,” University Gallery, Illinois State University, Bloomington IL,  

       January 2011.

    “Simmer Dim,” Engine Room, Massey University, Wellington New Zealand,

       November 2010.

    “Simmer Dim,” St. Gaudens Picture Gallery, Cornish NH, August 2010.

    Artist Merit Grant, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, July 2009.

    Solo Drawing Show, College of St. Benedict, St Joseph MN, Oct 21-Nov 21.


David Mednicoff 

Legal Studies, ISHA 05-06

    ”Popular Uprisings in the Arab World: An Open Discussion on Recent Events”,

        Panel, Feb 3, 2011.


Daphne Patai

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, ISHA 10-11

    Samuel F. Conti Faculty Fellowship, 2011-2012.


Nina Scott

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Emeritus, ISHA Spring 01

    Chair, Amherst Spanish Department, 2010-2011.


Manisha Sinha

Department of Afro-American Studies, ISHA Board

    “Did the Abolitionists Cause the Civil War?” Distinguished Faculty Lecture

        Series, April 27th, 2011.


Ervin Staub

Department of Psychology, ISHA 02

    Overcoming Evil: Genocide, Violent Conflict, and Terrorism, Oxford University Press,

       2011.