Summer Michigan Quaterly Review released

July 10, 1995
Contact: Bernie DeGroat bernied@umich.edu

ANN ARBOR—A parable on gene transfer therapy by Robert Fekety, retiring professor of internal medicine at the University of Michigan, and a book review on the writings of philosophers Kant and Derrida by U-M Prof. Paul Franks are among the works featured in the summer 1995 issue of Michigan Quarterly Review (MQR).

Published by the U-M, MQR contains essays, poetry, fiction, memoirs, reviews and graphics by more than a dozen writers and scholars.

Also featured is the 1995 U-M Hopwood lecture by author Diane Johnson, an essay by Harvard law Prof. Abbe Smith on representing a victim of crime, and an eyewitness account by Monitor Radio’s Sarah Chayes on the 1992 trial of Paul Touvier, a Vichy France official, for “crimes against humanity.”

Others whose works appear in MQR include Alice Adams, S. Ben-Tov, Temma Ehrenfeld, Emily Hiestand, Laura Kasischke, F.D. Reeve, Enrico Mario Santi, Ilan Stavans and Steve Yarborough.

The summer 1995 edition of MQR is currently available in local bookstores and in the MQR office in Room 3032, Rackham Building. For more information, call (313) 764- 9265.