March 2: CLST Popular Print Culture Lunchtime Discussion on US Catholic Publishing to 1860 by James Emmett Ryan, professor of English, Auburn University. Lead discussant Paula M. Kane, Marous Chair in Contemporary Catholic Studies, Religious Studies, Uiversity of Pittsburgh
March 2: The Music Libel against the Jews and the Medieval Miracle of the Virgin, Dorothy Kim, Vassar College
March 3: What Does Digital Humanities Look Like in Jewish Studies?, Dorothy Kim, Vassar College
March 6-7: Conference on Mental Health in Japan
Clark Chilson, Secrecy's Power: Covert Shin Buddhists in Japan and Contraditions of Concealment, Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Culture (UHP, 2014).
Paula Kane, Sister Thorn and Catholic Mysticism in Modern America (UNC Press, 2013). View PODCAST interview with the author.
Linda Penkower co-edits Hindu Rituals at the Margins: Innovatiions, Transformations, Reconsiderations (USCP, 2014).
Adam Shear co-edits Jewish Culture in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honor of David B. Ruderman (HUCP/Pitt Press), 2014).
Adam Shear wins 2015 Special Initiative to Promote Scholarly Activities in the Humanities for the digital humanites project "Footprints: Tracking Early Modern Jewish Books Through Time And Space"
Rachel Kranson wins 2013-2014 Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies Fellowship
Rebecca Denova wins 2014 CGS Student Choice Award
Margarita Delgado wins 2013-2014 Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Doctoral Fellowship
Lianghao Lu wins 2013-2014 Chancellor's Fellowship in Chinese Studies
Hetal Patel among inaugural recipients of University Honors College 2013-2014 Scholarships
Andrew Abboud (Religious Studies and Biology) receives 2014 Goldwater Scholarship Honorable Mention
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