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July 3 2018

Great in-depth look at the effects of the “Anti-Semitism Awareness Act” in an article by our faculty Barry Trachtenberg forward.com/opinion/404591

https://t.co/X6xTrI6rZY
May 13 2018
We are excited to announce that the William & Mary Law School Alumni Association honored Beth Hopkins J.D. ’77 with the 2018 Citizen-Lawyer Award during the Law School’s Diploma Ceremony on May 13, 2018. The award is the association’s highest recognition and is given annually to a graduate or friend of the Law School who has made “a lifetime commitment to citizenship and leadership.” https://law.wm.edu/news/stories/2018/beth-hopkins-j.d.-77-receives-law-school-associations-citizen-lawyer-award.php
https://law.wm.edu/news/stories/2018/beth-hopkins-j.d.-77-receives-law-school-associations-citizen-lawyer-award.php
April 26 2018
This is a guest post from the Office of the Provost and the Graduate School: The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the appointment of University Professor Thomas Frank as Associate Dean for Continuing Studies, effective July 1, 2018.  Dean Frank also will act as director for the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) Program and the Lifelong Learning Program.  Dr. Frank most recently served in the Department of History, teaching courses on religious utopian communities, liberal arts colleges, and contemporary issues of conservation of the natural and built landscape.  He served as Chair of the Department of History from 2014-17. A graduate of Harvard College (B.A.) and Emory University (M.Div. and Ph.D.), Dr. Frank completed a Masters in Heritage Preservation at Georgia State University in 2006. He was on the faculty of Emory University for 23 years before joining the Wake Forest faculty in 2010. Please join us in congratulating Tom! https://inside.wfu.edu/2018/04/thomas-frank-appointed-associate-dean-for-continuing-studies/
https://inside.wfu.edu/2018/04/thomas-frank-appointed-associate-dean-for-continuing-studies/
March 28 2018
[caption id="attachment_1269" align="alignnone" width="831"] Barry Trachtenberg has a short piece published today in the Spanish La Razón, "Resurgence of the Old Hate"
Image may contain: 1 person[/caption] EL RESURGIR DEL VIEJO ODIO BARRY TRACHTENBERG Director del Programa de Estudios Judíos en la Wake Forest University El antisemitismo está aumentando en todo el mundo debido al auge de la derecha populista, que durante mucho tiempo ha considerado a los judíos como una población «inherentemente incompatible» y por lo tanto peligrosa. Lo vemos en EE UU con Trump, en Alemania, Austria, Australia, Hungría... En Francia, partidos como el Frente Nacional de Marine Le Pen buscan fomentar la discordia racial para avanzar en posiciones nacionalistas nativistas y racistas que no permiten la posibilidad de que personas francesas históricamente «no étnicas» sean plenamente aceptadas como miembros de la sociedad. Los viejos odios contra los judíos que se remontan siglos atrás –muchos de los cuales tienen raíces en la historia de España– y que muchas personas pensaban que ya habían quedado olvidados, están emergiendo una vez más y con fuerza. A esto se suman las tensiones históricas más recientes entre Israel y sus países vecinos y con una población, la palestina, que vive bajo la ocupación. Además, en todas las partes del planeta se considera que los judíos están implicados en las acciones que vienen dirigidas desde Israel, y se vuelca en ellos unos estereotipos que no responden a la realidad.
January 26 2018

COLLEGE CHAIR APPOINTMENTS

https://mailchi.mp/b7521a5db64d/deans-office-digest-17-10-258473
https://mailchi.mp/b7521a5db64d/deans-office-digest-17-10-258473