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Our faculty are not only accomplished scholars, but also prolific and award-winning authors and creators.

Each year, faculty publish books on topics ranging from U.S. politics and international relations, to history and literature, to psychology and health. Our faculty in the visual and performing arts produce works of music, theatre, art, and film that premier on stage, on screen, and in exhibitions throughout New England, New York, and beyond.

Recent Awards for Books and Creative Works

Janette Greenwood with books

New England History

Janette Greenwood

Historic New England Book Prize: “Rediscovering an American Community of Color”

Heather Silber Mohamed

Latino Politics

Heather Silber Mohamed

Best Book in Latino Politics: “The New Americans”

Stephen DiRado with father


Stephen DiRado

Bob and Diane Fund Grant for visual storytellers: “With Dad” Photo Series

Books and Publications

Nita Winter’s photography is a blooming success

Alumna’s coffee table book earns recognition from the Sierra Club

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Clark mushroom research earns publication by PNAS

Study finds that shape matters when it comes to ‘evolutionary success’

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Book explores impacts of collective victimization

Johanna Vollhardt edits volume about global responses to oppression

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