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Associate Professor of Art Publishes Two Books
Associate Professor of Art John McEnroe has published two books: Pseira V: The Architecture of Pseira, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum (2001) and Critical Perspectives on Art History, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (2002), co-edited with Professor of Art Deborah Pokinski. More ...
John O'Neal Has Chapter Published
Professor of French John O’Neal’s chapter "Nature's Culture in Du Bos's Réflexions critiques sur la poésie et sur la peinture" was published in Art and Culture in the Eighteenth Century: New Dimensions and Multiple Perspectives, ed. Elise Goodman (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2001), pp. 15-27. More ...
Professor of Sociology Dan Chambliss Speaks at Midwest Sociological Society
Sidney Wertimer Professor of Sociology Dan Chambliss recently gave two talks at the meetings of the Midwest Sociological Society in St. Louis —"Strategies of Macro-Teaching" and "Routine Activities, Everyday Life and Health." He also spoke on "The Cascade Strategy: An Approach to Transforming a Department's Intellectual Culture" at the meetings of the American Sociological Association in Anaheim, CA. Chambliss was recently elected to the ASA's Committee on Nominations and serves on the association’s Task Force on Journal Diversity. More ...
Steve Orvis Awarded $3,000 International Visitors Award
Associate Professor of Government Steve Orvis, along with Dr. Karuti Kanyinga, has been awarded a $3,000 International Visitors Award by the African Studies Association to bring Kanyinga to the United States for a lecture tour culminating in attendance at the ASA annual meeting. As part of the award, Kanyinga will speak at Hamilton on November 8. At the ASA meeting in November, he will take part in one of two panels Orvis has organized on "Succession Politics in Kenya." More ...
Edward Wheatley Presents Paper at the Conference of the Early Book Society
In July, Associate Professor of English Edward Wheatley presented a paper titled "`Luther's Pestiferous Virus:' An Angry Jesuit Remaps the Nuremberg Chronicle" at the conference of the Early Book Society in Cork, Ireland. The presentation examined Hamilton College's copy of the Nuremberg Chronicle, published in 1493, to which a Jesuit added anti-Protestant marginalia in 1616. More ...
Campus Construction
While Hamilton students are away this summer, the campus is undergoing some heavy construction. Buildings will be renovated, sprinklers will be added, and the Main Quad and North Road are getting new curbs and being paved. More ...
Girls Hockey Camp in Full Stride
Hamilton Hockey Coaches Phil Grady and Shannon Bryant host the Girl's Hockey Camp in the Russell Sage Rink. More ...
Naomi Guttman Awarded NYFA Fellowship
Naomi Guttman, assistant professor of English at Hamilton College, has been awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) 2001 Fellowship. She was among 161 artists chosen from more than 3,200 applicants by a peer panel review process. More ...
Jonathan Vaughan Receives $138,125 Grant
Professor of Psychology Jonathan Vaughan received a grant from the National Institutes of Health for $138,125 to support his research on a three-dimensional model of movement planning. More ...
Beijing Wins Olympic Bid
Professor of Government Cheng Li, in commenting on Beijing being awarded the 2008 Olympic Games, predicts that this will lead to China becoming a democracy within the next seven years. More ...
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