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Urban Social and Labor Movements
Form Basis of Professor’s Research

What do the cities of Oakland, New Haven, Detroit, Hollywood and New York have in common?
MEach has been subjected to critical analysis by Chris Rhomberg, Ph.D., associate professor of sociology.


Scholar Finds Rich Tract of Research in Women’s Vernacular Writings

Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Ph.D., was born in Australia and educated at Melbourne and Oxford universities.
MShe has taught in Australia, Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States, and has published extensively on medieval virginities, medieval women’s writing, saints’ lives, medieval vernacularity, the French of England, and medieval English multilingualism.


Chemistry Professor Revises Past Experiments
with New Technology

“What evidence do we have to prove this?”
MAccording to Donald D. Clarke, Ph.D., professor of chemistry since 1962, this is a question often asked by students when studying textbook explanations of a standard lab experiment—the nitration of methyl benzoate.



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