“Life During Wartime,” created in 2006 from oil and gold leaf on canvas and mixed media on wood panels, is 84 inches tall and 64 inches wide. It was recently featured in the two-person show “CONNECTIONS,” which included works by Chapman and Carolyn Sherer. The show was on exhibition May 18-Sept. 22, 2013.
Kasman is studying piano at UAB with her father.
Mohl also wrote South of the South: Jewish Activists and the Civil Rights Movement in Miami, 1945-1960 and co-edited The Making of Urban America, 3rd edition.
By Marie Sutton
Morrow has made it his mission to inform people designing relevant institutions that any decisions regarding geoengineering should reflect ethical consideration. He recently co-wrote an opinion paper titled “Research Ethics and Geoengineering,” which appeared in the “Geoengineering Our Climate? Working Paper and Opinion Article Series.” It is part of one of the first series of papers dedicated to exploring the ethics, politics and governance of this provocative new issue. In it, Morrow and his colleagues addressed three principles they feel must be considered when making plans for field studies related to this area: respect, justice, and minimization.