ST. MARYS CITY, Md. (November 14, 2009) Two St. Marys College of Maryland professors have books being published this fall.
Sterling Lambert, assistant professor of music, studied Franz Schuberts fascination with putting Johann Wolfgang von Goethes poems to music in Re-Reading Poetry: Schuberts Multiple Settings of Goethe (Boydell & Brewer). His book will be out Nov. 19.
Lambert taught at Tufts and Harvard universities before coming to St. Marys in January 2006. Also a professional singer, Lambert has extensive experience in the field of church music, and has sung with some of the most important choirs in the United Kingdom and the United States, including those of St. Johns College Cambridge, San Franciscos Grace Cathedral, and the Church of the Advent in Boston.
Love Cures: Healing and Love Magic in Old French Romance (psupress) is by Laine E. Doggett, associate professor of French, which traces the healing of love back to the romance stories of the Middle Ages.
Doggett taught at Florida Atlantic University and North Carolina State University before coming to St. Marys in 2003. She is currently on sabbatical.