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Greg Lord is new DHi Lead Designer & Software Engineer

We are pleased to announce that Greg Lord has been appointed to the position of DHi Lead Designer & Software Engineer, effective July 1. Since 2010, Greg's work in Hamilton's Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) has been funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.  Greg will continue to support the mission of DHi through his work in the design and development of interfaces for digital scholarship and his innovative approaches to virtual reality and game development.   More ...

Gisella Stalloch is New Metadata and Cataloging Librarian

We are pleased to announce that Gisella Stalloch has been appointed to the position of Metadata & Cataloging Librarian, effective July 1. Gisella has been our part-time Metadata and Cataloging Assistant since 2012, supported by the DHi grant from the Andrew Mellon Foundation. In the last three years she has been a member of the LITS activity committee, helping to bring our organization together socially. More ...

What Alexander Hamilton Read and Wrote

Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical, Hamilton, has taken the world by storm winning eleven Tony Awards just last weekend.  We'd like to expand your knowledge of Mr. Hamilton with links to what he was reading and writing, and how that shaped his views on politics, society, and the world. More ...

Couper Press Publishes New Book on Iroquois-Language Manuscripts

The Couper Press recently published a comprehensive collection of more than thirty Iroquois language documents from the Samuel Kirkland Papers at Hamilton College. Dating from 1768-1803, these manuscripts have been transcribed, transliterated, and translated, many for the first time. The volume includes line-by-line photographic illustrations of each letter, along with the translator's work. More ...

New Acquisition in Special Collections

A recent acquisition to our general rare books collection is what appears to be a very unassuming 66-page volume entitled Hunter’s Panoramic Guide from Niagara to Quebec by W. S. Hunter published in Montreal, 1857. It is bound in brown cloth with gold stamped decoration. It measures only 5 inches by 7 and one half inches. However, when you open the front cover, you realize that is a pretty special book. More ...

Adam Wickert Joins LITS

Adam Wickert joined LITS on April 11 as Desktop Systems Administrator. In this position he provides technical services related to supporting desktop computer hardware and software. In this role, Adam’s focus is supporting the labs and research facilities within academic departments. More ...

Welcome CCNY Tech!

CCNY Tech, a local company, joined LITS on March 21 as the new service provider for the College’s computer hardware repair services. There are three new faces in the repair facility (Burke 373A). Michael Baker, Jacob Sears, and Daniel Blackburn make up the team of support professionals from CCNY Tech. More ...

Four Score and Seven Days Ahead

It is hard to believe, but the 2015-2016 academic year is complete.  At Class and Charter day we celebrated faculty and student achievements, the staff recognition luncheon did the same for our non-faculty employees, and Commencement celebrated the graduation of our seniors.  When our students leave the campus, many Hamilton departments move into high gear to prepare for the start of the next year.  More ...

Goodwillie Publishes Article in Ephemera Journal

Christian Goodwillie, LITS Director and Curator of Special Collections and Archives, recently published “Baseball, Beards, Bands, and the Babes: Michigan’s House of David Religious Community” in Ephemera Journal, the quarterly publication of the Ephemera Society of America. More ...

Graduating LITS Student Employees Honored at Luncheon

Fifty graduating seniors were recently honored at a luncheon in Burke Library to thank them for their years of service to LITS.  A special feature of the luncheon was the unveiling of books purchased in each student’s honor, based on recommendations by LITS staff.  Student majors and interests are taken into account when selecting the books, and a book plate with their name is placed in the front of each item. These books will become part of the general collection.   More ...

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