I am writing to welcome Diane Curtis, senior lecturer in political science and director of pre-law planning at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, to the faculty lounge. She'll be sitting with us for a spell. Curtis' teaching interests are primarily in the fields of Constitutional, Family, and Privacy Law. Her courses in the political science department include "Family and the State," "The Body Politic," "Privacy Law," and "Introduction to Legal Reasoning." She has also taught in the law schools of Western New England and the University of Connecticut and in the legal studies department at Bay Path College. She was educated at New York University's law school and before NYU Law she studied comparative literature at NYU.
I'm very much looking forward to Diane Curtis' posts; she has a vantage we do not hear enough about here in the lounge. Welcome, Diane. Dan Filler and I are pushing a chair into the lounge for you.
The image is the WEB DuBois library at U.Mass. Amherst, courtesy of wikipedia.