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Monica J. Casper, a sociologist, is Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. She is the author of several books, including the award-winning The Making of the Unborn Patient, as well as managing coeditor of The Feminist Wire and editor/publisher of TRIVIA: Voices of Feminism.

 

 

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BRUCE CHAMBERLAIN, Director of Choral Activities, Associate Director of the Fred Fox School of Music, and founding Director of the TSO Chorus is an honors graduate of the Indiana University School of Music with bachelor’s, master’s, and DMus degrees. He has recently appeared at Vienna’s Musikverein and Dvořák Hall in Prague, Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, and Daegu City, South Korea. This spring he will conduct the NYC Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.

 

 

MIT Professor Emeritus
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NOAM CHOMSKY is a world-renowned linguist, public intellectual and political activist. Since 1955, Chomsky has taught at MIT, where he was appointed Institute Professor in 1976. He is the author of more than 100 books and articles on linguistics, philosophy, intellectual history and social and political issues. Chomsky is one of the most cited scholars in modern history.

University Distinguished Professor
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ALBRECHT CLASSEN is University Distinguished Professor of German Studies and has published extensively on the European Middle Ages and early modern times. He edits the journals Mediaevistik and Humanities Open Access, and currently is President of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association and the Arizona Chapter of Teachers of German. He has received numerous awards and prizes for research, teaching, and service.

Professor; Department Head and Program Director

MALCOLM ALAN COMPITELLO is Professor of Spanish and Head of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona. He also directs the Humanities Seminars Program.  He has been teaching international detective fiction since the early 1980s, directed one of the first dissertations at an American University on Spanish detective fiction, and has spoken and written widely on this subject.

 

 

 

 

Professor Emeritus
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Richard Cosgrove served in the Department of History at the University of Arizona from 1967 to 2003, retiring as a University Distinguished Professor. His teaching covered all eras of English history from the beaker people to Tony Blair. He published five books in his research area of English legal and constitutional history.

 

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