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Walt Lilly, of the Department of Biology, presented the talk "DNA to D&D: A Molecular Biologist's 13-Year Adventure into Am-241 Health Physics - Cleaning up Magill Hall" at the Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 27, 2016.


Doc Billingsley, of the Department of Modern Languages, Anthropology and Geography, presented findings from his research on historical memory and Maya social movements in Guatemala to three of the communities that collaborated in making his work possible. The events, held during the first two weeks of July, included three workshops across Guatemala's western highlands, along with the production and distribution of a bilingual Spanish-K'iche' report that addresses the shared perspectives on national history that Dr. Billingsley collected from young Maya participants in earlier visits. This return visit to Guatemala was funded by an Engaged Anthropology Grant from the Wenner-Gren Foundation. Dr. Billingsley hopes to return to the field with students from Southeast in the coming years.


Susan Swartwout read her poetry Aug. 23, 2016, with other St. Louis Poetry Center prize winners at The Focal Point in Maplewood, Missouri. Four of the other poets read their work that had been published in Southeast's Big Muddy: Journal of the Mississippi River Valley, edited by Swartwout.


Stephanie Chamberlain, Department of English, presented a paper entitled, "Let Me Bring Thee Where Crabs Grow: Early Modern Trade and Dietary Exchange in The Tempest" at the World Shakespeare Congress. This international conference, which is held every five years at various places around the world, was held at Stratford-upon-Avon and London, England, July 31-Aug. 7 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.


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