Chet Cotton, Jack McKenna, and Stuart Van Auken, Business, had their article "The New A.A.C.S.B. Accreditation Standards: A Prospect of Tiering" published in the Journal of Organizational Change Management, Volume 10, Number 6, 1997.

Robert Cottrell, History, published "Roger Nash Baldwin, The National Civil Liberties Bureau, and Military Intelligence during World War" in the fall 1997 issue of The Historian.

Paul A. Feldhaus, professor emeritus of Art, displayed "Self-Portrait of Artist with Wart Hog," a linocut from his Wart Hog Series, in the exhibit Artist Self Portraits at the Fetterly Gallery, Vallejo Community Arts Foundation, November 1997-January 1998.

Jeanne Lawrence, History, has had her article "Chicago's Eleanor Clubs: Housing Working Women in the Early Twentieth Century" accepted for publication in Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture (vol. 8). The article is based on a talk of the same title given at the Annual Meeting of the Vernacular Architecture Forum in Portland, Oregon, in June 1997.

Robert O'Brien, English, recently had two articles and a translation accepted for publication. "Astarte in the Temple of Venus: An Allegory of Idolatry," on Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queene, will appear in Studies in Philology. "Mr. Bloom's Culture War," on the literary critic Harold Bloom, will appear in the Connecticut Review. O'Brien's translation of a Solomon Islands folktale will appear in the University of Hawaii's literary journal, Chain.

Rob Schlising, Biological Sciences, has been appointed to serve on the Rare Plant Scientific Advisory Committee of the California Native Plant Society for the next two years. He has also had his chapter on plants of North Table Mountain included in the book California's Wild Gardens, November 1997, published by the Society for the California Department of Fish and Game.

Kathryn Silliman, Biological Sciences, and Larry Kirk, Chemistry, are co-authors of the paper "Commercial Grape Juices Inhibit the In Vitro Oxidation of Human Low-density Lipoproteins," which will appear in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.


David Kistner, Biological Sciences, presented "The Survey of Some Inquilines of Australian Termites" as part of a symposium to honor Margaret Collins, the first black female entomologist in the U.S., at the annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America in December 1997.

Sara Trechter, English, organized the symposium "Practical Fieldwork: Conflicting Constraints on the Ethical Researcher" and there presented the paper, "Balancing Gender and Academic Roles in the Field." Sponsored by the Committee on Endangered Languages and their Preservation, the symposium was part of the Linguistic Society of America's Annual Meeting in New York City, January 1998.

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