- Freund Gives Talks in Buenos Aires, Calgary, and San Francisco
- ENHP’s Wininger Gives a Scientific Analysis of Eisenhower's Farewell Address
- Mello Presents at International Conference
- Owens Publishes Research in the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis
Lynne Lipkind's Recent Work in Publishing
Lynne Lipkind, adjunct professor of French, A&S, was the author of three readers, Lectures thématiques (Levels 1, 2, and 3). These are ancillaries to the first-edition secondary series, T’es branché? (EMC, 2014). She was also a contributing writer for the three core textbooks of T’es branché?
Other recent projects include the French-to-English translation of a chapter that will appear in Revising Dreyfus: Art and Law (Brill, forthcoming), as well as editing for McGraw-Hill (the first-edition college textbook En avant, 2012) and for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (the revision of the secondary Discovering French Today! 2013).
She is currently working as the developmental editor of a first-edition French college series, a first-edition English college writing textbook, and a revision of an elementary Italian college textbook.