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Scientists among the new harvest of Pulitzer Prize winners

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The scientists won a series of 2022 Pulitzer Prizes announced on Monday. These include:

Criticism: critic and activist Salamis Tilet, Fr. New York Times participant and professor of creative writing and African-American and African studies at Rutgers University, who won “for scholarly and stylish writing on black stories in art and popular culture”.

Drama: playwright and actor James Aigems, professor of theater at Vilanova University, for Fat ham“A funny, poignant play that deftly transfers” Hamlet “to a family barbecue in South America to combat issues of identity, kinship, responsibility and honesty.”

History: Nicole Eustaceprofessor of history at New York University, for Covered by Night (Liveright / Norton), “captures the story of Indigenous justice in early America and how the aftermath of killing a settler led to the oldest permanently recognized treaty in the United States.” Also Ada FerrerProfessor of History and Research in Latin America and the Caribbean at New York University, for Cuba: American History (Scribner), “an original and compelling history of an island spanning five centuries that has become an obsession for many presidents and politicians.”

Biography: Erin I. Kelly, Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University, for the story of the late artist Winfred Rambert in Chase me to the grave (Bloomsbury), “a burning first-person illustrated tale of the artist’s life in the 1950s and 1960s in an unreconstructed corner of the deep South.”

Poetry: Diane Seuss, who taught at Kalamazoo College from 1988 to 2016, for sincere: sonnets (Graywolf Press), “a virtuoso collection that ingeniously expands the form of the sonnet to counter the chaotic contradictions of modern America.”

Music: composer and performer Raven Chacan, who taught at the California College of the Arts, for Silent Mass“A fascinating, original work for organ and ensemble that evokes the weight of history in a church setting.”

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