A number of alumni have recently
The latest work from
noted photographer Peter Turner 56 (photography) is Peter
Turner: African Journey (Graphis Press). Turner cites his seven-month
long expedition to Africa on behalf of National Geographic as the turning
point in his career. The new book contains photographs from his expeditions
to the continent over the years. Turner lives in Wainscott, N.Y.
(Nazraeli Press), a collection of 80 works by Carl Chiarenza 58
(photography) was published earlier this year. An artist, art historian
and art critic, Chiarenza is Fanny Knapp Allen Professor Emeritus of
Art and Art History and artist-in-residence at the University of Rochester.
He lives in Rochester.
A new edition of Perception
and Imaging (Butterworth-Heinemann) by Richard Zakia 56
(photography) was published in December 2001. Zakia joined the RIT photographic
faculty in 1958 and taught for 34 years. He received his doctorate in
educational psychology from the University of Rochester. He has authored
or co-authored 12 books dealing with photography and related areas and
is at work on a new book, The Digital Zone System, with two colleagues.
He continues to give photographic workshops dealing with how to look
at and read photographs. He lives in Apex, N.C.
84 (physics) is author of The Soundscape of Modernity
(The MIT Press), a history of aural culture in early 20th century America.
Thompson is assistant professor of history and sociology of science
at the University of Pennsylvania.
78 (criminal justice) contributed a chapter, Educating
all children: future prospects, in a book entitled Educating
All Learners; Refocusing the Comprehensive Support Model, edited
by Festus E. Obiakor, Patrick A. Grant, and Elizabeth A. Dooley (Charles
C. Thomas Publishing). Drennon-Gala also wrote Delinquency and High
School Dropouts; Reconsidering Social Correlates. Drennon-Gala,
who received his Ph.D. from the University of Rochester in 1994, works
for the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, as a
correctional treatment specialist. He lives in Hixson, Tenn.
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