Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

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Richard Lalli


Bio:

Richard Lalli, Professor of Music (Adjunct), taught in the Yale School of Music from 1982 until 1999; he then joined the faculty of the Department of Music. From 2001 until 2006 he was Music Director of the Yale Collegium Musicum and from 2007 until 2010 he was Artistic Director of the Yale Baroque Opera Project. Mr. Lalli also developed the Shen Musical Theater Curriculum. In March of 2008, he was designated the eleventh Master of Jonathan Edwards College, a position he relinquished because of a cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Lalli has performed around the world as a singer and pianist. In 2006 Mr. Lalli was awarded the Sidonie Miskimin Clauss Prize for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities at Yale University. His recording of Yehudi Wyner's The Mirror was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2005. In 2010 he was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award by the Yale School of Music.

Constance LaPalombara


Bio:

Constance LaPalombara - I am a landscape and still life painter who works from direct observation.  The landscapes focus on urban New Haven and coastal Maine.  I have also spent considerable time working in Italy, most recently as a Fellow at the Borgo Finochietto Artist Residency.  Among the many painters I admire and who have influenced my work, the standouts are Edward Hopper, John Baptiste Camille Corot and Giorgio Morandi.  I am currently represented by the DaSilva Gallery, New Haven and the Star Gallery, Northeast Harbor, ME.  For information about education, awards and honors, bibliography, exhibitions, as well as examples of my work, see  www.constancelapalombara.com, clapalombara@hotmail.com

Ann P. Lehman


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Ann P. Lehman. Smith college BA 1949; Cranbrook Academy of Arts;Yale Art School  ‘56. Sculptor. Teaching at Creative Arts Workshop, head of sculpture dept. Taught Metal sculpture in Yale seminar program for 10 years.  Founder and first president of Creative Arts Workshop ;First president of Artspace. Public  sculpture throughout area.  Other interest is all about horses.

Murph Levin


Bio:

Murph Levin, JE ’66 is a financial advisor with Morgan Stanley in NYC. After Yale, he got his MBA from Harvard (’68) and spent 37 years at a number of Wall Street firms in sales and management. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in early 2011, he spent four years on the development staff of Environmental Defense Fund. He would be pleased to meet with – and hope to be a resource for - students contemplating a career in finance. murph.levin@morganstanley.com

Theodore Long


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Theodore Long, MD (JE 06) is a Robert Wood Johnson Clinic Scholar in the Yale School of Medicine. I recently completed my residency training in Internal Medicine, and I am an Attending on the Generalist team at Yale-New Haven Hospital. While at Yale as an undergraduate, I founded the Yale Journal of Medicine and Law and created a health policy major. I have maintained a strong interest in health policy, and currently investigate clinical research that is applicable to health policy. theodore.long@yale.edu

Robert Lyons


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Robert Lyons, Professor of Medicine at UConn and Clinical Associate Professor at Yale.is interested in talking with students about medicine, Japanese Prints and Paintings, and/or Rudyard Kipling! He is His interests are in clinical Infectious Disease, particularly HIV/AIDS and tick borne diseases. He collects Japanese prints and paintings, some of which have been exhibited at JE, the Asia Society in NYC, and the Yale Art Gallery. His print collection includes a number of 18th century actor prints as well as many shin hanga prints from the first half of the 20th century; among the paintings are several by Zen artists, including one by Hakuin. Bob also has a long standing interest in Rudyard Kipling, is a member of The Kipling Society, and has an extensive collection of Kipling first editions and early works. He spoke recently to the Beaumont Medical Club at Yale about Kipling and his ambivalent attitude toward doctors. RLyons@stfranciscare.org

John Mangan


Bio:

John Mangan, Senior Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, began his administrative career in 1997 in the Yale College Dean’s Office. Before returning to Yale in 2013 as Associate Provost for the Arts and Humanities, he served as Vice President and Dean of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. At Yale, he served previously as Assistant Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Acting Director of the GSAS’ Office for Diversity and Equal Opportunity, Dean of Jonathan Edwards College, and Lecturer in the Department of History. As a researcher and journalist, he has written on higher education, the performing arts, and the history of the American conservatory. A classical guitarist with extensive performing experience, he earned a B.M. from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, an M.M. from the Yale School of Music, and a Ph.D. in History and Education from Columbia University. john.mangan@yale.edu

Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos


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Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos is an Assistant Professor at Yale University, Department of Anthropology, and formerly professor at the University of San Carlos and curator at the Museo Popol Vuh, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala. His research focuses on Mesoamerican art, religion, and writing, and he has conducted extensive field research at various sites in Guatemala, focusing especially on the settlement patterns, urbanism, and sculptural art of the Pacific Coastal site of Cotzumalhuapa. In 2011, he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work on Cotzumalhuapa art and archaeology. His recent work on Mesoamerican religion and art has resulted in a series of innovative papers, and the book Imágenes de la Mitología Maya (2011), which examines mythological themes in Maya, in the light of a broad, comparative assessment of relevant sources that include the Popol Vuh and other narratives from all over Mesoamerica. In addition to numerous articles in major journals, he is the author of Cotzumalguapa, la Ciudad Arqueológica: El Baúl-Bilbao-El Castillo (2012), Guatemala, Corazón del Mundo Maya (1999); editor of Arqueología Subacuática: Amatitlán, Atitlán (2011); and coeditor of The Decipherment of Ancient Maya Writing (2001), and The Technology of Maya Civilization: Political Economy and Beyond in Lithic Studies (2011). oswaldo.chinchilla@yale.edu

Miko McGinty


Bio:

Miko McGinty (JE 93, MFA 98) is a graphic designer, specifically an art book designer. Having been lucky enough to print in the JE Press starting her very first week in JE, she is very happy to talk with students about graphic design, all kinds of printing, and typography. Currently she designs books for artists such as Jennie C. Jones (Yale School of Art faculty), Marina Abramovic, Yayoi Kusama, museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, the Jewish Museum, the Whitney, the Morgan Library & Museum, and publishers such as Prestel, Rizzoli, and Phaidon. Miko is also happy to talk about contemporary art and artists, artists books, art museums, art galleries, and art books. She is additionally active engaging JE alumni and co-chaired the all-class JE reunion in 2014. Along with the JE Trust and her JE reunion co-chair, she is currently working on an illustrated book about Jonathan Edwards College and welcomes student input. Miko is based in Brooklyn and visits campus regularly to meet with Yale University Press and Yale Center for British Art. miko@mikomcginty.com

Dr. Kenneth P. Minkema


Bio:

Dr. Kenneth P. Minkema is the Executive Editor of The Works of Jonathan Edwards and of the Jonathan Edwards Center & Online Archive at Yale University, with appointments as Research Faculty at Yale Divinity School. He offers seminars in early American and early modern religious history, as well as reading courses in all periods of American religious history. Besides publishing numerous articles on Jonathan Edwards and topics in early American religious history in professional journals, he has edited volume 14 in the Edwards Works, Sermons and Discourses: 1723-1729, and co-edited A Jonathan Edwards Reader; The Sermons of Jonathan Edwards: A Reader; Jonathan Edwards at 300: Essays on the Tercentennial of His Birth; and Jonathan Edwards’s “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”: A Casebook.

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