March 30-April 5, 2001
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University continues reorganization of top Health System administration
Dave Matthews Band announces second benefit concert in Charlottesville
Breaking bread brings faculty and students together

Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff

Kunitz's poems chronicle passing through the 20th century
Novelist Margot Livesey to be here beginning of April
Hot Links -- Libra, the library's magazine
Off the Shelf -- recently published books by faculty and staff
U.Va. professor recalls growing up in Mississippi during the Civil Rights era
Electronic Text Center will share $1.5 million gift with Monticello
In Memoriam
Two Engineering faculty named AIMBE fellows
Artist's "Galactic Journal" on display
Looking for dark matter, distant stars and extraterrestrial life

K. Edward Lay, Cary D. Langhorne Professor Emeritus of Architecture. The Architecture of Jefferson Country: Charlottesville and Albemarle County. Albemarle County Historical Society.

This CD-ROM includes the book manuscript and a comprehensive inventory of 2,409 buildings illustrated with 3,359 images.

Daniel B. Willingham, associate professor of psychology. Cognition: The Thinking Animal. Prentice Hall College Division.

G. Edward White, John B. Minor Professor of Law and History. The Constitution and the New Deal. Harvard University Press.

Craig E. Barton, associate professor of architecture. Sites of Memory: Perspectives on Architecture and Race. Princeton Architectural Press.
An exploration of the black cultural landscape’s visual, spatial and ideological dimensions.

Cecil Y. Lang, Professor Emeritus of English, editor. The Letters of Matthew Arnold, Volume 5, 1879-1884. University Press of Virginia.

Bernard Duncan Mayes, retired English professor. Escaping God’s Closet: The Revelations of a Queer Priest. University Press of Virginia.

A gay rights activist, National Public Radio founder and former Episcopal priest recounts his struggle with his culture and church doctrine.

J.C. Levenson, Professor Emeritus of English, Leo Marx, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, George McMichael, California State University-Hayward. Concise Anthology of American Literature, 5th edition. Prentice Hall College Division.

William B. Quandt, Byrd Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs. Peace Process: American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Since 1967. Brookings Institute.


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