Goldstein, Nugent Receive Nat'l Recognition for their Publications

Darra Goldstein and Christopher NugentLanguage professors Darra Goldstein and Christopher Nugent received national awards this spring for their published work. Goldstein, the Francis Christopher Oakley Third Century Professor of Russian, received the 2012 James Beard Foundation Journalism Award for Publication of the Year for her quarterly journal Gastronómica. Nugent, professor of Chinese, received the Association of Asian Studies’ Joseph Levenson Book Prize in the pre-1900 category for his 2010 book Manifest in Words, Written on Paper: Producing and Circulating Poetry in Tang Dynasty China. See a list of recent faculty books at ephsbookshelf.williams.edu.