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Mistaking Each Other for Ghosts

By Lawrence Raab, Harry C. Payne Professor of Poetry. Tupelo Press. September 2015. Nominated for 2015 National Book Award for Poetry. This is the latest book of poems by Raab, whose other honors include the Academy of American Poets’ Prize, the Charity Randall Citation from the International Poetry Forum and… Continue reading »

Meander, Because You Can’t See Much While Marching

By Michael Glier, Williams professor of art, Lucy R. Lippard, Thomas Crow and David Breslin. This tribute to Glier’s wide-ranging career provides a glimpse into his intellectual and artistic process. Representative works from throughout his career capture each phase of his growth and exploration as an artist. Inspired… Continue reading »

Recovering Place: Reflections on Stone Hill

By Mark C. Taylor. Columbia University Press. February 2014. Taylor, a Williams professor of Humanities from 1973-2007 (now Chair of the Department of Religion at Columbia University) shows his love for the Berkshires in words and photographs, reminding us to think about the significance and importance of place… Continue reading »