63075CE4-055E-D7FF-A9F337C8D3BAB000
642111EA-0E8A-B83D-59CD65832F4AE843

Hamilton Alumni Review
315-859-4648 (fax)

Field Notes
 

The history of Asian American poetry

The majority of Asian American literary studies focus on prose narrative. While Associate Professor of English Steve Yao acknowledges the value of these studies, he believes that by neglecting to consider the impact of poetry, the field is limited. More...
 

Giving lizards a workout

Jon Milgrom ’08 and Visiting Professor of Biology Peter Zani spent their summer catching — and in some cases avoiding — reptiles. The pair teamed to conduct research on the behavioral response of lizards to their snake predators. More...
 

Women in India’s industrial revolution

Lisa Trivedi, associate professor of history, is back on College Hill after spending a year combing through archives in India for clues to better understand how gender ideologies in Britain and India worked in tandem to shape women’s experiences as industrial workers across two distinct cultures and within one empire. More...

Cupola