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People in and around Fordham: September 10, 2007


Patricia Brownell, Ph.D., GSS,
associate professor of social work, spoke at social welfare symposia in Seoul and Suwon, South Korea, in May, hosted by the Kyonggi University Graduate School of Social Welfare, the Korean Gerontological Society, and the Kangnam University Graduate School of Social Welfare.

Paul A. Cimbala, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of history, co-edited Making a New South Race, Leadership, and Community After Civil War(University Press of Florida, 2007).

Avery Cardinal Dulles, S. J., Ph.D., A&S,
Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society, published his 23rd book, Magisterium: Teacher and Guardian of the Faith (Sapientia Press, 2007). Cardinal Dulles also delivered lectures on the “Ecclesiology of Pope Benedict XVI” at the Jesuit Colloquium on Papal Thought, at Fordham University in June. He also lectured on “The Search for Unity Since 1957: A Catholic Perspective” at the National Council of Churches Conference on Faith and Order, in Oberlin, Ohio, in July.

Fleur Eshghi, Ed.D., Fordham IT,
executive director of Instructional Technology Academic Computing, took part in the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education program at Harvard University during the summer. The program is designed for experienced university administrators.

David Hamlin, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of history, published Work and Play: The Production and Consumption of Toys 1880-1914 (University of Michigan Press, 2007).

Katherine Kinkela, LL.M., BUS,
visiting professor of legal and ethical studies, presented a paper on “Sudanese Diasporic Community Participation in Development of Corporate Governance and Social Mission” at the 26th Annual Conference of the Sudan Studies Association at the University of Pennsylvania in May.

Hector Lindo-Fuentes, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of history and director of Latin American and Latino studies, has co-authored Remembering a Massacre in El Salvador: The Insurrection of 1932, Roque Dalton, and the Politics of Historical Memory(University of New Mexico Press, 2007).

Christopher Maginn, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of history, has co-authored The Making of British Isles: The State of Britain and Ireland, 1450-1660 (Pearson Longman, 2007).

Philip M. Napoli, Ph.D., BUS,
associate professor of communications and media management and director of the Donald McGannon Communication Research Center, published “Access to Audiences as a First Amendment Right: Its Relevance and Implications for Electronic Media Policy” in the Virginia Journal of Law & Technology. In June, Napoli made a presentation on “Commercial Data Access and Communications Research” at the annual meeting of the American Library Association in Washington, D.C. He also spoke on the state of communications research at the Helsingin Sanomat Foundation in Helsinki, Finland.

Joseph F. O’Callaghan, Ph.D., A&S,
professor emeritus of medieval history and former director of the Center for Medieval Studies, has published Electing Our Bishops: How the Catholic Church Should Choose Its Leaders (Rowman & Littlefield, 2007).

Catharine Randall, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of French, published Earthly Treasures: Material Culture and Metaphysics in the Heptameron and Evangelical Narrative (Purdue University Press, 2007). She was also ordained in the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut to the transitional diaconate and will become an Episcopal priest in December of 2007.

Thierry Rigogne, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of history, has published Between State and Market: Printing and Bookselling in Eighteenth-Century France (Oxford: The Voltaire Foundation, 2007).

Harold Takooshian, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, delivered a paper, “The Emerging Science of Global Leadership,” at the first international Sino-American Conference on Globalization in the 21st Century, hosted by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing in July.


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