Faculty

Humanities Faculty Members Recognized with New Professorships

Two faculty members from the Division of the Humanities received new professorships. Clifford Ando has been appointed the David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor in Classics and the College. Ando studies law, religion, and government in the Roman Empire, and is the co-director of the Center for the Study of Ancient Religions. He joined the UChicago faculty in 2006.

Arnold I. Davidson Named Officer in the Ordre des Palmes Académiques

Arnold I. Davidson, Robert O. Anderson Distinguished Service Professor in Philosophy, Comparative Literature, Romance Languages and Literatures, and the Divinity School, was promoted to the rank of Officer in the Ordre des Palmes Académiques, recognizing his contribution to the promotion of French culture. The Ordre des Palmes Académiques is a French Order of Chivalry for academics and cultural and educational figures, comprised of three ranks (Knight, Officer, and Commander). Other notable recipients include literary scholars Roger Pearson and Lionel Gossman.

UChicago Faculty Members Included in Newcity Art's "Art 50: Chicago's Artist's Artists"

Several faculty members of the Department of Visual Arts were featured on Newcity Art's list of "Chicago Artist's Artists." Newcity Art is devoted to coverage of visual arts in Chicago, and includes news, reviews, and features. Jessica Stockholder, Professor and Chair, was praised for the way that Chicago has featured in and informed her work, particularly with "Color Jam," her summer 2012 installation. Laura Letinsky, Professor, was noted for her innovative "constructions," which combine the notions of reproductions and originals, as well as William Pope.L, Associate Professor, for the ways he explores "the abject fantasies underpinning the absurdity of black male identity—and, by extension, all American identities."

Read the full profiles here.

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