Volume 54, Number 17 December 11, 2006
Carlos Davidson, Environmental Studies, served on an Oct. 1 panel that discussed the Rockaway Quarry in Pacifica.
C. Sarah Soh, Anthropology, presented "Women’s Public Sexual Labor in Japan and Korea" at the International Conference on Gender and Labour in Korea and Japan held July 10-12 in Sydney, Australia.
Results of "Survey 2005," an online global study on discering human facial expression by David Matsumoto, Psychology, Paul Ekman, James Witte and Roy Pargas, was published recently on the National Geographic Web site.
Yasha Aginsky, cinema, edited "Granny D Goes to Washington," a film by Alidra Solday that was shown on KQED-TV in October and November, and "Outsider: The Life and Art of Judith Scott," a film by Betsy Bayha that screened at the Mill Valley Film Festival held in October.
"De Soto Conquest," an installation/sculpture by Lewis de Soto, Art, is part of an exhibit titled "No Reservations: Native American History and Culture in Contemporary Art," on display at Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Conn., through Feb. 25, 2007.
Cyrus Ginwala, Music and Dance, served as conductor for two October concerts with the National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica. The program included works by Verdi, Stravinsky and Liszt, as well as a violin concerto by Costa Rican composer Benjamin Gutierrez.
"What Ever Happened to Orson Welles? A Portrait of an Independent Career," a book by Joseph McBride, Cinema, was published in October by University Press of Kentucky. McBride introduced the Welles film "The Magnificent Ambersons" at an Oct. 26 screening at the Smith Rafael Film Center in San Rafael.
Health and Human Services
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