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John C. Hartsock, Communications Studies Department, was a speaker at Lorraine University in Nancy, France, on March 8 where he gave a talk on “War, Literary Journalism, and the Aesthetics of Experience” sponsored by the English Department. Afterwards, for professional development, he traveled to Alsace to taste wine, accompanied by the founding president of the International Association for Literary Journalism Studies, Professor John Bak of Lorraine University. On March 12 he discussed his book Seasons of a Finger Lakes Winery before the Ladies Literary Society of Cortland at the Phillips Free Library in Homer. In related news, portions of the book were excerpted in this spring’s issue of Life in the Finger Lakes.