UC Authors, Editors & Composers Honored
Date: April 17, 2002
Archive: Research News
All the books, musical compositions, journals and art exhibits that are created by UC faculty and staff are outward signs of passion. Not the kind you find in romance novels, but the kind that immerses an individual's heart and soul into a topic or project that can take years to complete, as well as many hours of work around the clock. This week, those members of the university community who will be honored at the Authors, Editors and Composers reception and concert on Wednesday, April 24 at the College-Conservatory of Music.
The event is organized by University Libraries and Friends of University Libraries, with co-sponsorship from University Bookstores, the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost for Baccalaureate and Graduate Education, and the Office of Research and Advanced Studies.
Below are some articles highlighting some of these ardent achievements.
UC Historian and Supreme Court Justice Give Voice to Historic Memoir
UC Faculty Member Traces the History of "Building a Better Race"
Could Resentments of U.S. Foreign Policy Be Traced to One Man?
Blasco Sobrinho Takes New Approach to Relating Academic Theories
Researcher Goes Back to High School to Write New Book
UC Educator Examines Gender and the Classroom
Long Live "The King" in Anthology of Poetry
Cincinnati Art History Published in Print and Online