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TANNIS GIBSON is Professor of Piano and Associate Director for the Fred Fox School of Music at the University of Arizona. She has performed and taught around the world, including Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie), the Kennedy Center, Merkin Hall, and the National Gallery of Art, as well as throughout Asia, Europe, and South America.

 

Interim Department Head; Associate Professor of Philosophy
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MICHAEL GILL is Interim Department Head and Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. His work focuses on the origins of our moral judgments from the perspectives of both history and contemporary moral psychology. He has written on the ethics of end-of-life decisions, the relationship between morality and religion, and moral pluralism. He is the author of The British Moralists on Human Nature and the Birth of Secular Ethics (2006) and Humean Moral Pluralism (forthcoming). 
 

Professor Emerita
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DONNA J. GUY is Emerita Distinguished Professor of Humanities and History (Ohio State University) and Professor Emerita of History (University of Arizona). She has published many books and articles, including in 2016 Creating Charismatic Bonds in Argentina: Letters to Juan and Eva Perón.

 

 

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LANIN GYURKO is Professor of Latin American Literatures and Cinema Studies in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona. His scholarly output has appeared in prestigious journals throughout the world, and he is the author of eight well-received books. Dr. Gyurko has written on film and literature, especially on Hitchcock and his impact on national cinemas and leading writers in Latin America.

Professor Emerita
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MARY BETH  HARALOVICH is Professor Emerita from the School of Theatre, Film, and Television. She focuses on how production design situates characters within a story, as in her essay “Honey, I’m Home!” on the realist domestic space of TV’s suburban family sitcom--with its unrealistic presentation of the homemaker. Her other studies include color in 1950s melodrama; geopolitics of location in I Spy and Magnum, P.I.; and the “scandalous females” of Hollywood films.

 

 

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