John Stamm, M.F.A.’91, owns Hero’s Hideout, a store in Yuba City, Calif., that specializes in collectible card games, collectible miniature games, and comic books.
Stephen Rockwell, M.A.’91, Ph.D.’01, an associate professor of political science at St. Joseph’s College in New York, has published “Indian Affairs and the Administrative State in the Nineteenth Century.”
Eran Kaplan, M.A.’95, Ph.D.’01, was named the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Professor in Israel Studies at San Francisco State University. Currently an Israel studies lecturer at Princeton University, Eran will join the faculty in August as an associate professor of Jewish studies. The author of “Jewish Radical Right: Revisionist Zionism and Its Ideological Legacy” and co-editor of “From Settlement to Statehood: The Origins of Israel 1882–1949,” Eran focuses his scholarship on Zionist political ideology and post-Zionist thought as well as the history of Israel and Israeli culture. In addition to Princeton, he has taught at Boston University, the University of Toronto and the University of Cincinnati.
Alicia Frank, M.A.’95, was appointed senior portfolio manager for global emerging markets equities at BNP Paribas Investment Partners. Before joining BNP Paribas, she spent five years at Fidelity as a portfolio manager and analyst with a team responsible for more than $6 billion in global emerging equity assets. She also co-managed Fidelity’s asset allocation and lifecycle funds.
Linda Rose, Ph.D.’97, became a partner in the intellectual property practice at Virtual Law Partners. She had worked at the Silicon Valley office of Ropes & Gray, where she represented clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and high-tech industries.