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Faculty/Staff News

Catherine Stewart’s (history) article, “‘Crazy for this Democracy’: Postwar Psychoanalysis, African American Blues Narratives, and the Lafargue Clinic,” was published in the June issue of American Quarterly, the official journal of the American Studies Association.

Barbara Christie-Pope (biology) and student Brianna Christensen worked last summer in the lab of University of Iowa researcher Rob Cornell using zebrafish to study neurodegeneration.

Christina Penn-Goetsch (art history) will be teaching a Smithsonian journeys course in September and again in May. She will lead a small group of Smithsonian travelers through southern Italy, where they will explore the region’s history and architecture. She has also worked as curator of “Fluidity of Gender,” which has been exhibited in more than 20 venues.

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The future of Cornell

The name of Cornell College’s strategic plan reflects its ambition: “Re-imagining the Liberal Arts Experience.”

Cornell students love Mount Vernon, but they also 
love to travel. Alumni share some of their favorite road trip memories, from the 1970s to today.

Road trips: Cornell style

Cornell students love Mount Vernon, but they also love to travel. Alumni share some of their favorite road trip memories, from the 1970s to today.