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Government Professor Nominated by APSA
Associate Professor of Government Philip Klinkner authored the chapter "Democratic Party Ideology in the 1990s: New Democrats or Modern Republicans?" in John Kenneth White and John C. Green, eds., The Politics of Ideas: Intellectual Challenges Facing the American Political Parties (SUNY Press, 2001). In addition, his book, The Losing Parties: Out-Party National Committees, 1956-1993 (Yale University Press, 1994), was cited by Lingua Franca as one of the "best recent books about U.S. political parties." Klinkner has been selected as co-chair of the Politics and History Program for the 2002 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. More ...
English Professor Attends American Literature Conference
In May, Assistant Professor of English and American Studies Catherine Kodat attended the American Literature Association's annual conference in Cambridge, MA, where she presented her paper, "Faulknerian Homotexuality: The Saming Change in Go Down, Moses." In June, she attended the annual conference of the Society for Dance History Scholars at Goucher College in Baltimore, where she presented the paper "The Figure in the Carpet: George Balanchine and the Cold War.” More ...
Theatre Professor Travels to Southeast Asia
Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance Craig Latrell traveled to Southeast Asia with Emerson Scholar Carter Cox ’03, where they worked on an adaptation of Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Rabinowitz's translation of Euripides' Alcestis utilizing the West Sumatran theatre form "randai." In addition, Latrell presented the paper "Ethnographic Theory in Intercultural Performance" at the Association for Asian Performance Conference at Northwestern University on August 1. As president of the Association for Asian Performance, he helped to coordinate both that conference and the organization's activities at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education annual conference in Chicago. More ...
Robert Martin Publishes The Free and Open Press
Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Robert Martin published a book, The Free and Open Press: The Founding of American Democratic Press Liberty, 1640-1800 (New York University Press). In March he gave an invited lecture as part of the Social Science Speakers' Series at Union College titled "The Public Sphere of the Early Republic: Alexander Hamilton versus William Manning." More ...
Hamilton to Host Empire State Games Events This Week
Hamilton College will be among the host sites for events in this year's Empire State Games, July 25-29. Hamilton will host field hockey games on July 26-29; diving competition on July 26-29; and volleyball on July 26-28.The Opening Ceremony for the games is Wednesday, July 25 at Rome Free Academy. More ...
Importance of Similarity Between Clients and Volunteers in Long-Term Helping Relationships
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton presented a paper in June at the 13th annual meeting of the American Psychological Society in Toronto. “Importance of similarity between clients and volunteers in long-term helping relationships” was co-authored with colleagues from the University of Minnesota and Claremont Graduate School. More ...
Psychology Professor Receives Class and Charter Day Honor
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Dunsmore received The Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award at Class and Charter Day this spring. The award recognizes one Hamilton faculty member each year who demonstrates extraordinary commitment to teaching. More ...
Phil Klinkner Op-Ed On Dorie Miller
Associate Professor of Government Phil Klinkner wrote an op-ed about Dorie Miller, the black messman who became a hero at Pearl Harbor when he manned a machine gun and shot down two enemy aircraft. Miller was featured in the movie "Pearl Harbor." The op-ed was published in The Charleston (WV) Gazette. More ...
Nat Strout in "Black Issues in Higher Education"
Associate Professor and English Chair Nat Strout was interviewed for a "Black Issues in Higher Education" article about how college English departments choose minority and female authors for their reading lists. More ...
Phil Klinkner Interviewed About Tax Cut for Buffalo News
Associate Professor of Government Phil Klinkner was interviewed for a Buffalo News article (6/10/01) about President Bush's taxpayer rebates. More ...
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