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CLAS spotlight articles appear in each issue of the Deans' Notes. Each spotlight highlights noteworthy activities of CLAS faculty, students and staff.

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Bean selected for strategic communication conference/book

Sociology welcomes two new faculty for spring

Political Science part of grant-winning international research consortium

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Anthropology welcomes Thayer

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Rees research cited in Time magazine

Another study by economic professor Daniel Rees received national media attention last month, this time focusing on work published in 2002 with Jeffrey S. Zax, professor and associate chair of undergraduate studies at CU Boulder.

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Shelby publishing and presenting her work

Candice Shelby, associate professor of philosophy, published the article "Addiction:  Beyond Disease and Choice," in the Fall 2013 issue of Philosophy in the Contemporary World (20:2).  In this paper she argues that currently available models for understanding addiction fail to recognize the complex and dynamic nature of the phenomenon, with the result that treatment approaches are fragmented and generally unsuccessful.

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Riel-Salvatore Neanderthal research continues to garner notice

Julien Riel-Salvatore, assistant professor of anthropology, and colleagues are announcing the results of new research which finds that Neanderthals divided their cave into sites used to conduct different activities. That Neanderthals organized their living spaces in ways that would be familiar to modern humans once again shows similarities between the two close cousins.

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Martinez to address workshop

Donna Martinez, professor and chair of ethnic studies, will speak on Historical Trauma and the Impact on Families for the Colorado State Indian Child Welfare Act Training Workshop on Dec. 20th, sponsored by the Colorado Department of Human Services, and the Denver Indian Family Resource Center, at the Larimer County Department of Human Services.

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Finkelstein book continues to get web attention

Gabriel Finkelstein, associate professor of history, has conducted another interview about Emil du Bois-Reymond, on whom he recently published a book, this time with Andreas Sommer, historian of the human sciences of science at Cambridge University, for his blog Forbidden Histories: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About History and ‘The Miraculous’ (But Were Afraid to Ask). He is also featured in The Neuro Times," a blog devoted to neurology and neuroscience by Stephen T. Casper, faculty member at Clarkson University department of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Fields presents at multiple conferences

Sarah Fields, associate professor of communication, presented a paper "'The Best Thing to Ever Happen:  The Discourse of Title IX's 40th Anniversary" at the National Communication Association Convention, held November 21-24 in Washington D.C.

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