What They Are Reading

Wendy Woodson, the Roger C. Holden 1919 Professor of Theater and Dance, describes the books she’s reading.

What They Are Reading

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Deborah Gewertz, the G. Henry Whitcomb 1874 Professor of Anthropology and author of Cheap Meat—which is about the controversial trade of inexpensive fatty cuts of lamb—writes about the books on her figurative bedside table.

What They Are Reading

Professor of Economics Daniel Barbezat, who was recently named executive director of the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, writes about the books on his figurative bedside table.

What They Are Reading

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Tanya Leise, part of a nine-person team to receive a $1 million biomathematics grant from the National Science Foundation this year, writes about the books on her figurative bedside table.

What They Are Reading

Director of Admission Katharine Fretwell ’81 writes about what she reads when she’s not reading college application essays.

What They Are Reading

Austin Sarat, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science, teaches such courses as “America’s Death Penalty” and “Secrets and Lies.” Here, he writes about the books on his figurative bedside table:

What They Are Watching

We asked Amelie Hastie, associate professor of English and chair of the new film and media studies major, what she’s been watching lately. Here’s what she told us:

What They Are Reading

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We asked College Librarian Bryn Geffert about the books on his figurative bedside table. Here’s what he told us:

What They Are Reading

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Hilary Moss, assistant professor of history and black studies

What They Are Reading

Suzanne R. Coffey, director of athletics, writes about the books on the table between her favorite chair and the woodstove:

I am most often reading several books simultaneously. The more dog-eared and Post-it-note-marked, the better the read. On the table between my favorite chair and the woodstove, you’ll find Richard Russo’s That Old Cape Magic, Malcolm Gladwell’s What the Dog Saw and Other Adventures and The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance.

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