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APSU Professor Emeritus of Art Philancy Holder and Dr. Thomas A. Pallen, professor of theatre, have been named correspondent academician members of the prestigious Accademia Etrusca (translated to Etruscan Academy) of Cortona, Italy.

Etruscan Academy, which began in 1727, is an institution for the promotion of archaeological and historical-artistic studies, according to Pallens translation from the Academys Web site.
Holder and Pallen will be inducted into the Academy in Summer 2006, during their 20th sojourn in Cortona.
APSU Professor Emeritus of Art Philancy Holder and Dr. Thomas A. Pallen, professor of theatre, have been named correspondent academician members of the prestigious Accademia Etrusca (translated to Etruscan Academy) of Cortona, Italy.

Etruscan Academy, which began in 1727, is an institution for the promotion of archaeological and historical-artistic studies, according to Pallen's translation from the Academy's Web site.
Holder and Pallen will be inducted into the Academy in Summer 2006, during their 20th sojourn in Cortona.

Three APSU history faculty members delivered papers Oct. 27-29 at the Ohio Valley History Conference at Murray State University in Kentucky.

Dr. Richard Gildrie, professor of history, presented “Recovering the 18th-Century Whig Tradition.”

Dr. Alvin Hughes, professor of history, submitted “Welcome to Selma, Dr. Martin Luther Coon…and We Shall Overcome.”

Dr. Gregory Zieren, professor of history, conducted a presentation on “New Perspectives on the CIO: the Packinghouse Workers Organizing Committee as a Case Study.”

Dr. Judith Broome, assistant professor of English, presented a paper, “Making the Private Public: Discourses of Domestic Violence in 18th-Century Britain,” at the annual meeting of the East-Central American Society for 18th-Century Studies on Oct. 27-30 at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.