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Faculty member Karen Gover recently published a guest blog post on Aesthetics for Birds about Christoph Büchel's controversial petition to designate President Trump's eight border wall prototypes as a national monument. 

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If Picasso doodled on a napkin, contemporary art lovers and critics alike would probably scrutinize it for signs of genius.

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For her feature story in Ceramics Monthly about the influential work of Stanley Rosen, who taught generations of ceramics students at Bennington, philosophy faculty member Karen Gover interviewed one of Rosen’s former students, Josh Green ’81, executive director of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA).

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A 360 Look at Evaluations in Class and at Work by Heather DiLeo

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"Surviving a traumatic event isn’t a prerequisite for making great artworks" says K. E. Gover of Kristine Stiles' Concerning Consequences: Studies in Art, Destruction, and Trauma, which was published in May 2016 by the University of Chicago Press. 

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Antony Shipman ‘17 and faculty member in philosophy Karen Gover will present a panel at the symposium “Engagement: Philosophy and Dance” at Texas State University in San Marcos on September 8-10. 

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Philosophy faculty member Karen Gover was named winner of the American Society for Aesthetics' 2011 John Fisher Memorial Prize, awarded bi-annually for an original essay in aesthetics.

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Philosophy faculty member and art critic Karen Gover's review of Barry Bartlett's new work appeared in a recent issue of Ceramics: Art and Perception, a leading international magazine in the field of ceramic arts.