Fellows News


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Ann Diener (BF '16) exhibition at Pierce College

BF 2016, has a one person exhibition of her large scale drawings at Pierce College Art Gallery, Los Angeles, through March 14, 2022. 

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Book by Fall 2019 Fellow Released today

James A. Crank (Fall '19 Fellow)'s co-authored book, Race and New Modernisms, has been published today by Bloomsbury. Covering writers and artists such as...

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Architettura Emozionale di Savina Tarsitano in collaborazione con Marco Misciagna

Si è conclusa a Guardia Piemontese in occasione del Musicampus sotto la direzione del direttore artistico Antonio Condino, la residenza artistica dell'artista Savina Tarsitano...

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Christina Pugh's *Stardust Media* awarded Juniper Prize for Poetry

Christina Pugh's new book of poems, *Stardust Media,* was awarded the Juniper Prize for Poetry and will be published in the spring of 2020...

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New Italian Edition

The first Italian edition of the German text "Iduna. Der Apfel Der Verjuengung" by Herder is finally out. Italian edition by Micaela Latini (translation...

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New awards for Lo Sguardo Italiano - The Italian Gaze

"Lo Sguardo Italiano - The Italian Gaze" was screened in a number of venues this Fall. Among them was the Los Angeles Premiere screening...

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Molissa Fenley (BF '13) and Company at Danspace Project

Molissa Fenley (BF '13) and Company with Frank Cassara and Ralph Farris present "Their Mark," an evening of new dance and music, at Danspace...

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"Lo Sguardo Italiano (The Italian Gaze)," a film by Sandro Del Rosario (BF '05, '07), Awarded at Worldfest

Sandro Del Rosario's film" Lo Sguardo Italiano - The Italian Gaze" was screened on Apr 25th, 2018 and won the Platinum Remi Award as...

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"Showgirls" by Karen Bernard (BF '09, '12) premiers at Brooklyn Studios for Dance, May 17–19

Karen Bernard is known for creating a storm of references on the body. In Showgirls, she delves into a delicious deconstruction of glamour in...

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Marcin Stanczyk (BF '18) at the Musica Polonica Festival in Wroclaw

The 31st edition of the "Musica Polonica Nova" festival in Wroclaw will take place from April 20-28. Next to "Warsaw Autumn", it is among...

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India Material by Alexander Hahn (BF '97, '06) at The Shed

India Material is an artistic meditation on the spiritual concept of reincarnation, the endless cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. The fruit of an...

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Works from the Permanent Collection on view at AD&A Museum includes Ann Diener (BF '16)

Ann Diener's work is included in an exhibit of works from the permanent collection at the Art, Design and Architecture Museum, University of California...

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Micaela Latini (BF '14) publishes an Italian edition of J.M.R. Lenz's "Pandaemonium Germanicum"

Publication of the piece of J.M.R Lenz (in Italian edition), "Pandaemonium Germanicum", Morcelliana, Brescia 2017.

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Valerie Miner (BF '13) publishes four of the short stories she worked on at Bogliasco

This spring four of the short stories on which I worked during my month at Bogliasco are being published. "Il Piccolo Tesoro" is in...

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Sunday Sessions at MoMA PS1 with Kim Brandt (BF '16)

VW Sunday Sessions presents the premiere of "Problems," a new work from New York based choreographer Kim Brandt. Moving between the individual and the...

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BodyFail, Jean-Marc Matos (BF '17)

An interactive and performative installation with Thomas Guillemet and Clément Barbisan Pulsar Open Art Prize presented under Le Louvre Pyramid, February 6, 2018

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Demo Performance Solo #1, Jean-Marc Matos (BF '17)

The challenge is to make the digital able to unveil the invisible in dance movement such as body qualities and tensions associated with emotional...

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The Arden Shakespeare's 'Cymbeline', edited by Valerie Wayne (BF '14), is published

William Shakespeare's CYMBELINE, edited by 2014 Fellow Valerie Wayne, has been published by Bloomsbury. 

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Sandro Del Rosario's film "Lo Sguardo Italiano" awarded at festivals

The experimental animated film "Lo Sguardo Italiano" (The Italian Gaze), created with thousands of hand painted images over eleven years and supported by Del...

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Anne Hamilton (BF '98) To Dramaturg New Musical In NYC

Anne Hamilton will dramaturg a new musical that will premiere in the New York Musical Festival (NYMF) as a part of its Next Link...

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Joel Kaye (BF '10) awarded 2017 Haskins Medal for "A History of Balance, 1250-1375"

Joel Kaye (BF '10) was awarded the 2017 Haskins Medal by the Medieval Academy of America for his book, A History of Balance, 1250-1375:...

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Kimberly Bartosik (BF '17) is an NEFA NDP Finalist

The New England Foundation of the Arts recently announced this year's finalists for its National Dance Project Production grant, and Kimberly Bartosik is one...

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Anne Hamilton (BF '98) edits dramaturgy section of The Theatre Times

Since its founding in 2106, Anne Hamilton has served as the Dramaturgy Editor of The Theatre Times, a non-partisan, global portal for theatre news....

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Victor Lodato (BF '06) publishes his second novel, "Edgar and Lucy" (St. Martin's Press)

2006 Fellow Victor Lodato has recently published his second novel, "Edgar and Lucy". The New York Times calls it "a riveting and exuberant ride."

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Micaela Latini (BF '14) publishes new book on Thomas Bernhard

I am honored to announce to the Bogliasco Foundation community that my book on the Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard has been published in German.

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Eva Thune (BF '08) awarded Clare Hall Visiting Fellowship

Professor Eva Thune, a 2008 Literature Fellow at Bogliasco, is a Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall Cambridge (UK) from February to July 2017.

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Milwaukee Art Museum features work by Elizabeth Duffy (BF '12)

NEO comes from the Greek word neos, meaning “young” or “new.” As a prefix, “neo” appears in a wide variety of words, such as...

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Laura Furman (BF '13) Story in Winter 2017 SUBTROPICS

Laura Furman's story begun at Bogliasco, "How I Left New York," is published in SUBTROPICS, a journal edited by David Leavitt, in its current...

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Launch of Russian translation of Vladimir Alexandrov's (BF '16) book 'THE BLACK RUSSIAN'

On December 13 at Dostoevsky Library in Moscow, Vladimir Alexandrov (BF '16) will give a talk and do a signing in connection with the...

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New short story by Laura Furman (BF '13) in Subtropics

"How I Left New York," a short story that Laura Furman began at Bogliasco, will be published by Subtropics in the Fall issue (edited...

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Karen Bernard (BF '09, '12) develops Vinyl Retro at The Kitchen, NYC, and starts residency at the Emily Harvey Foundation, Venice

In Spring 2016, I developed Vinyl Retro through Dance In Process at The Kitchen, culminating in performances. In July/August 2016 I was awarded residency...

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Premio Francesco Gelmi di Copriacco for Eva Taylor (BF '08)

The Fondazione Museo Storico del Trentino awarded a special jury prize to Eva Taylor's (BF '08) novel "Carta da zucchero."

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Joseph Mazur (BF '13) releases new book, "Fluke: The Math and Myth of Coincidence"

Joseph Mazur's latest book, "Fluke: The Math and Myth of Coincidence", is now available. Beginning with a lively collection of coincidence stories, "Fluke" sorts...

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Laura Rattray (BF '16) Keynote Presentation

Laura is giving the keynote presentation, "Wharton and Genre", at the international Edith Wharton Society Conference in Washington, DC in June 2016 (conference directors:...

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Chet Biscardi (BF '99, '05) and David Del Tredici ('97) vocal works featured in new collection

First recordings of vocal works by composers Chet Biscardi (BF '99, '05) and David Del Tredici ('97) are part of a moving new collection...

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Dramaturgy Volume with Chapter by Anne Hamilton (BF '98) to Be Translated into Korean

Anne Hamilton (BF '98) contributed the chapter "Freelance Dramaturgs in the Twenty-First Century: Journalists, Advocates, and Curators" to The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy. A...

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Anne Hamilton (BF '98) To Dramaturg New Musical In NYC

For the third year, Anne Hamilton will serve as a dramaturg in the New York Musical Festival's Next Link program, which develops new American...

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Dina Nayeri - (BF '15) National Endowment for the Arts

Dina was awarded an NEA literature grant.

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Jeffrey Harrison (BF '14) - Poems written at the Study Center

Besides the poem recently posted on the Foundation's Study Center Gallery page (https://www.bfny.org/en/fellows/study-center-gallery), poems written by Jeffrey Harrison during his fall 2014 residency can...

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Micaela Latini -(BF '14) - Publication in english

Dear all, I send you my paper about the Austrian writer Adalbert Stifter. It is not so usually for me (as a Germanist) writing...

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Micaela Latini (BF'14) - Extra Europe Academical Exchange for Students and Professors

Hy everybody, I just wanted to ask you if somebody could be interested in a Extra Europe Exchange agreement for students and professors between...

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Donald Crockett (BF '07, '13) - 'Blue Earth' for orchestra released on BMOP/sound

Donald Crockett worked on a substantial re-write of his 2002 orchestral work, Blue Earth, during his Fall 2013 residency in November-December. Blue Earth (2002/rev2013)...

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Joel Kaye (BF '10) - Book Prize

Joel Kaye (BF 2010) received the 2015 Jacques Barzun Prize in Cultural History, awarded by The American Philosophical Society, for his book A History...

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Gwen Hardie (BF '06, '15) - "REALITY; Modern and Contemporary British painting" at The Walker Art Gallery

Exhibition at The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK, July 10 - Nov 29th 2015, Survey of modern and contemporary approaches to Realism in British...

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Cathy Davidson (BF '08, '15) - Co-Directs $3.1M Mellon Grant for Humanities Training for Community Colleges and Beyond

The Graduate Center has been awarded a major $3.15 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that will broaden doctoral student training and...

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Cathy Davidson (BF '08, '15) - wins 6th Boyer Award

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Raphael Cohen-Almagor (BF '05) A new book: Confronting the Internet's Dark Side

Confronting the Internet’s Dark Side is the first book on social responsibility on the Internet. The book aims to strike a balance between the...

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Derek Attridge (BF '14) - A new publication

The book I was completing at the Study Centre, The Work of Literature, is now published.

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Laura Peterson (BF '14) - the premiere of a dance created during her residency.

This June I premiered a dance I began to work on while in residence at Bogliasco Foundation in November and December 2014. This work...

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Micaela Latini (BF '14) - a new publication

Micaela Latini, La stella e la meteoria. Goethe e Lenz Questo articolo intende analizzare i collegamenti, le affinità e le divergenze tra il romanzo...

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Dario Calimani (BF '05, '12) - W.B. Yeats, Verso Bisanzio. Poesie (Marsilio,Venezia 2015)

Yeats's Poems edited with Introduction, explanation and commentary

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Dario Calimani (BF '05, '12) - Speciale Shakespeare: I Sonetti e Il mercante di Venezia

Interview on Shakespeare's Sonnets and The Merchant of Venice for RaiWeb Radio6, "Speciale Shakespeare", 6a Puntata (Podcast available)

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Joel Kaye (BF '10) - "A History of Balance, c. 1250-1375" published.

I'm pleased to say that the book I was working on while at Bogliasco has recently been published: *A History of Balance, c. 1250-1375:...

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Fran Siegel (BF '10) - Fulbright Award to Brazil 2015/16

I have been awarded a Fulbright Social Sciences and Humanities Fellowship to Brazil for four months in 2015/16, to conduct research for a solo...

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Maja Spasova (BF '14) DRAWINGS Published by Arena

The New monograph Maja Spasova, Drawings published by Arena, Sweden features the artist's drawings from the past 30 years.

From the publisher:

Maja Spasovas art is characterized by...

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Adam Kraar (BF '14) -- FREEDOM HIGH published by Original Works

My play FREEDOM HIGH, inspired the 1964 Freedom Summer of the Civil Rights Movement, has been published by Original Works.

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Savina Tarsitano (BF '05) - Partner EncontrArte- Art, Culture & Education Factory, Barcelona, Spain

encontrArte is an innovative and contemporary art studio, exhibition and work space founded in 2013 in Barcelona. It is dedicated to support established and...

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Scott Wheeler at Center for Ballet and the Arts

Scott Wheeler will be a fellow at the Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU in the spring of 2015. The Center, begun...

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Micaela Latini (BF '14) -- Klassik Stiftung Stipendium Weimar

2 months Fellowship in February and July in Weimar to research and study in the Klassik Stiftung (Library for Classicism) the literature of the...

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Interview of Anne Hamilton (BF' 98) published in First Korean Book on Dramaturgy

The South Korean dramaturg and translator Young-Joo Choi interviewed Anne Hamilton on the history and development of American dramaturgy. She published the interview in...

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Anne Hamilton (BF '98) -- WHO'S ANDY WARHOL? Performed in London

Anne Hamilton was a winner of the British Theatre Challenge - New International Writing Competition. Her drama WHO'S ANDY WARHOL? was performed at the...

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Anne Hamilton's Chapter published in THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO DRAMATURGY

Anne Hamilton contributed the chapter "Freelance Dramaturgs in the Twenty-First Century: Journalists, Advocates, and Curators" to The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy.

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Roberta Montemorra Marvin (BF '04) - Recent publications

Monograph titled "The Politics of Verdi's 'Cantica'", Royal Musical Association Monograph Series, Ashgate Publishing, 2014 Co-edited volume of essays titled "Music in Print and...

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Suki Kim (BF '07) -- Publication

My book of literary nonfiction / investigative memoir, "WITHOUT YOU, THERE IS NO US: My Time with the Sons of North Korea's Elite "about...

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Erika Latta (BF '10) -- La Disparition

In a long forgotten sub-basement, in the bowels of the city, lies a non-descript office which you will never find until “The Agency” chooses...

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Savina Tarsitano (BF '05) - Ambassador of the Rebirth Project of Michelangelo Pistoletto

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Savina Tarsitano (BF '05) - Curator of 4th Annual ENCATC Policy Debate

This event will be held under the patronage of the European Cultural Parliament and in partnership with The Centre - Edelman Brussels' platform for...

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Savina Tarsitano (BF '05) - Seminar in Tokyo

Program 17:30-17:40 Introduction by Prof. Kakiuchi (GRIPS) 17:40-18:40 “Towards New Collaboration between Japan and Europe” Prof. Savina Tarsitano (Art Professor at Language School for...

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Dawn Kramer (BF '10) - Video Exhibitions & 2014 Dance Champion Award

Fall 2013: "Woman in White," seven short videos from Europe were shown at the Paine Gallery at MassArt. These are site-specific performance videos made...

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Monique Truong (BF '05) - U.S.-Japan Creative Artist Fellow 2015

A three-month travel and research fellowship funded by the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission and administered by the NEA: I will be in Tokyo and Matsue...

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Joseph Mazur (BF '11) - New Book

Enlightening Symbols is a short history of mathematical symbols that exposes the nature of their hidden powers. It was recently published by Princeton University...

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J. D. McClatchy (BF '97) - Plundered Hearts

J. D. McClatchy's eighth collection, "Plundered Hearts: New and Selected Poems," has recently been published by Knopf.

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Paolo Valesio (BF '06) - Bologna Residency

Paolo Valesio has founded the Centro Studi Sara Valesio in Bologna. The Centro - lodged in the XVIth century Palazzo Fava in the heart...

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Ann Harleman (BF '98, '04) - Recent publications

Recent publications include a memoir essay, “Wheels,” which appeared in the New Ohio Review (Spring 2013), and the inclusion of the short story "Thoreau's...

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Lewis Spratlan (BF '13) and Paul Kane (BF '13) - Pew Commission collaboration

Composer Lewis Spratlan (BF '13) and poet Paul Kane (BF '13) have been commissioned by the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage to create...

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Linda Wagner-Martin (BF '05) - Barbara Kingsolver's World: Nature, Art, and the 21st Century Published

Published April 2014, Linda Wagner-Martin's (BF '05) newest critical study follows her Emily Dickinson, A Literary Life (nominated for the British American Studies Award)...

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Lewis Spratlan (BF '13) - Residency; CD release; Horn Quartet

During the period April 26-29, Lewis Spratlan (BF '13) was in residence at Columbus State University (GA), where his orchestra piece A SUMMER'S DAY...

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Barbara Weiden Boyd (BF '02, '08) - Fellowship Awards

Barbara Weiden Boyd (BF '02, '08) has received both an NEH Fellowship and a fellowship at the National Humanities Center for 2014-2015. She will...

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Mark Kroll (BF '99) - Publication and Concert Tours

Mark Kroll's (BF '99) new book, a biography of Ignaz Moscheles, will be published in November 2014 by Boydell & Brewer Press. The title:...

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Elmar Schenkel (BF '03, '07) - Forthcoming Book

A new collection of essays by Elmar Schenkel (BF '03, '07) will be out in August 2014: "Die Stille und der Wolf" - published...

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Anna Marmodoro (BF '10) - New Research

New Research in Ancient Metaphysics

Multidisciplinary Research Project

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Anna Marmodoro (BF '10) - Aristotle on Perceiving Objects Published

Aristotle on Perceiving Objects by Anna Marmodoro (BF '09) will be published in July 2014 by Oxford University Press.

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Frederika Randall (BF '13) - Confessions of an Italian published

The novel Confessions of an Italian by Ippolito Nievo, 1867, in the first complete English translation by Frederika Randall, with an introduction by the...

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Laura Furman (BF '13) - The Boy Who Did What He Wanted published

A short story I had been writing and rewriting for about seven years came together in a new and final form at Bogliasco. The...

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Richard Wilson (BF '06) - ECLOGUE, with Bogliasco Photography

Richard Wilson's virtuosic piano work ECLOGUE, performed by Blanca Uribe, accompanied by photography of Bogliasco environs by Adene Wilson.

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Luisa Costa Gomes (BF '11) - CLÁUDIO E CONSTANTINO published

Claudio e Constantino, "una novella rustica in paradossi", will be published in June. Luisa developed the book while in residence at the Study Center...

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Maureen McLane (BF '09) - This Blue published

Maureen McLane's third book of poems, This Blue, was recently published by Farrar Straus & Giroux. Maureen wrote much of the book while in...

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2014 Guggenheim Fellowships Awarded

We're thrilled to announce that the following Bogliasco Fellows have been awarded 2014 Guggenheim Fellowships: Ivy Baldwin (BF '09 - Choreography) James Johnson (BF '06 -...

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James Heffernan (BF '11) - Hospitality and Treachery in Western Literature published

Yale University Press has just published the book James Heffernan completed while in residence in the fall of 2011: Hospitality and Treachery in Western...

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