Arthur Bellinzoni, Professor Emeritus of Religion, has signed a contract for the publication of this tenth book: The Building Blocks of the Earliest Gospel: A Road Map to Early Christian Biography. The volume should appear in the spring of 2018.
Nancy Demerdash-Fatemi, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, recently published her article, "Of 'Gray Lists' and Whitewash: An Aesthetics of (Self-)Censorship and Circumvention in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries," in the Journal of Arabian Studies, vol. 7, supplement 1(August 2017): 28-48.
Kent Klitgaard, Professor of Economics and Sustainability, spoke on the panel, “What can you do about climate change?” during the Peachtown Native American Festival on September 27.
The Latin American Solidarity Committee of the Western New York Peace Center invited Laura McClusky, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, and Michael Niman to discuss the ways the Government of Belize has ignored the 2015 Caribbean Court of Justice decision that secured Maya land rights in southern Belize. The talk titled Maya Struggles in Southern Belize took place at Canisius College on September 25 from 7-9 PM.
Niamh O’Leary, Professor of Environmental Science, attended the Community Science Institute’s Harmful Algal Blooms Forum in Ithaca, NY.