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Class Notes: 1976

Class of 1976

Judith (Mauleón) Berlowitz, Ph.D. ’76, has her first novel coming out this year: a fictional diary of her relative, Klara Philipsborn, who volunteered from Germany in the Spanish Civil War as a nurse and translator. See more at judithberlowitzauthor.com.

Class Secretary: Dan Ahern, 21 Sea Wolf Passage, Corte Madera 94925

Class of 1976

Brent Green, MPH ’76, is a former National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow. His most recent publication is “In Pursuit of Empathy: A Contribution to Social Psychiatry,” published in Psychiatric Times in October 2021.

Marc Kristal, who graduated with a bachelor’s in English, has just published his first novel, entitled Permission, from Atmosphere Press, at the tender age of 67. Nearly three decades passed between the commencement of writing and publication, and he is most sincerely hoping that the next one doesn’t take 30 years to see the light of day.

Class Secretary: Dan Ahern, 21 Sea Wolf Passage, Corte Madera 94925