Monday, November 12, 2018

In the Galleries

Holly Trostle Brigham: Sisters and Goddesses, Michener Museum, Doylestown PA. Through May 29. www.michenerartmuseum.org.A half century ago, the Michener Museum points out in its statement accompanying this exhibit, “Linda...

Books – New and In Print

#b#Non-Fiction: Public Affairs/Politics#/b#William G. Bowen & Michael S. McPherson, “Lesson Plan: An Agenda for Change in American Higher Education,” Princeton University Press. www.press.princeton.eduAmerican higher education does face serious problems...

The Papers of Thomas Edison – Continued

Paul B. Israel, The Papers of Thomas Edison — Volume 8, New Beginnings, January, 1885, to December, 1887. Edited by Israel, the director and general editor of the Thomas...

Fiction: The Bad, the Worse, and the Worst

His fingertips grew hungry, prowling the surface of the keys like tiny lungfish slurping at the lettered pegs for sustenance to feed their drive to weave a tale of...

Poetry & Small World Coffee

Ellen Foos, Vasiliki Katsarou, and Lynne Shapiro, editors, “Dark as a Hazel Eye: Coffee & Chocolate Poems,” Ragged Sky Press, www.raggedsky.com.This collection of 52 poems features works by both...

Editor’s Note

From the Editor: Our original plan for this issue of Genesis did not include the discussion with Princeton professor Michael Barry on the teaching of Near Eastern studies in...

Teaching, Tenure, & Terrorism

Michael Barry, lecturer in Islamic Culture in Princeton University’s Department of Near Eastern Studies, brings more than the usual academic credentials to the lecture hall.Born to American parents living...

A Spring Walk in the Shadow of Frederick Law Olmsted

Anyone interested in a pleasant walk on a spring day could do worse than the 700-acre campus of the Lawrenceville School. The campus was designed in the late 19th...

At Princeton High, the Halls Were Alive . . .

Something must have been in the water — or in the air — in the Prince­ton school system in the late 1980s.The musical bar may been set first in...

A Composer’s Musical Awakening

As a music lover who studied classical music and eventually became a composer, I was immensely fortunate to grow up in Princeton.It’s hard to say exactly when music entered...

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