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Kirkland Project to Hold Masculinities Conference
The Kirkland Project will hold its second annual conference, “Masculinity: Global and Local,” on Saturday, March 8, in the Kirner-Johnson building on the Hamilton College campus. In the interest of deepening Hamilton’s engagement with the theme of masculinity, the conference will consider masculinity both out in the world and on the college level. The conference is free and open to the public. More ...
Margo Okazawa-Rey on Why Women Should be Against the War
Margo Okazawa-Rey, an activist fighting for the security of women world wide, visited the Hamilton College campus on March 3 to discuss why women, in particular, should be against the war with Iraq. She began by citing some statistics on a war’s impact on women. According to Okazawa-Rey, the percentage of war victims who are civilians is now around 90%, most of whom are women, children and the elderly. She also said that the increase in the U.S. national budget for the war on terrorism is three times the size of the budgets of all of the “rogue nations” combined. Okazawa-Rey lamented that “after 9/11 I saw the use of women as a justification for war.” More ...
Hamilton Faculty and Students Perform Dramatic Reading of Lysistrata
Hamilton Faculty and Students came together on March 3 for a dramatic reading of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata, a world wide theatrical protest of the War in Iraq. The play, about a planned conjugal strike by the women of Greece in order to create peace between the warring Athenians and Spartans, was retranslated for the event by Drue Robinson Hagan. The reading was sponsored by the Department of Classics, Theatre and Dance, Women’s Studies (Irwin Chair), the Kirkland Endowment, and Hamilton’s Peace and Justice Action Group, and benefited the Mohawk Valley Peace Coalition. More ...
Filmmaker Robert Bilheimer '66 Makes AIDS Documentary
Filmmaker Robert Bilheimer '66 was featured in a Rochester Democrat and Chronicle article about his new film, A Closer Walk, a documentary about AIDS (www.acloserwalk.org). According to the article, "The Bristol Hills filmmaker and his small crew traveled from the ramshackle huts of Uganda to the dusty byways of India to the frigid and forgotten ghettos of the former Soviet Union to the mean streets of Kansas City. They talked to some 75 people - dying children, dedicated doctors and famous leaders, including U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, rock star-activist Bono and the Dalai Lama. And they enlisted Oscar-nominated actors Glenn Close and Will Smith to narrate." More ...
Kodat Publishes in American Quarterly
Associate Professor of English Catherine Kodat published an article, "Conversing with Ourselves," in the March 2003 issue of American Quarterly. The journal is the official publication of the American Studies Association. More ...
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Cheng Li Quoted on Upcoming China National People's Congress
Professor of Government Cheng Li was quoted by Agence France Presse in an article, "China's Parliament Readies for Change of Guard Amid Heavy Security," about the upcoming China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) meeting. More ...
L.A. Times quoted Government professor Cheng Li
i>L.A. Times quoted Government professor Cheng Li in an article “New Chinese Leader Looks Like Own Men,” about Hu Jintao is currently positioning himself as a politician who cares about the needy.” More ...
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Li Interviewed by Reuters
Cheng Li, professor of government and Woodrow Wilson fellow, was quoted in this article about China's Vice Premier Wen Jiabao. Jiabao has been named successor to Premier Zhu Rongji. More ...
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