Walter Witschey

 Walter Witschey has contributed a chapter, with Clifford T. Brown,  entitled 5,000 Sites and Counting : the Inspiration of Maya Settlement Studies. In The Ancient Maya of Mexico : reinterpreting the past of the Northern Maya, edited by Geoffrey E. Braswell, pp. 170-190. Approaches to Anthropological Archaeology, Thomas E. Levy, general editor. Equinox Publishing Ltd., Bristol, […]

Melissa Yeager

Melissa Yeager has co-edited,  with Charles Carter, a new book Pacts and Alliances in History: Diplomatic Strategy and the Politics of Coalitions.  It is published by I.B. Tauris “The result of a unique collaboration by historians and political scientists, this book delineates, defines and assesses the idea of pacts and alliances as a key model of […]

Christopher Swanson

Dr. Christopher Swanson (Associate Professor of Music) recently gave a solo voice recital as a part of the 2012 Art’s Week at Longwood with Dr. Lisa Kinzer. Immediately after that performance he opened in the Waterworks theater production of South Pacific as Emile de Becque.

Pamela McDermott

Pamela McDermott and Camerata Singers, accompanied by Lisa Kinzer, presented a concert at the All-Virginia Honor Choir event in Lynchburg, Virginia on April 26. The Virginia ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) invited Dr. McDermott and Camerata Singers to perform for the 500 high school singers selected from across the state of Virginia. The ensemble presented […]