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Cheng Li
Cheng Li Quoted on China's New Party Chief Hu Jintao
Professor of Government Cheng Li was quoted in a Reuters article about Hu Jintao, China's new communist party chief, as he moves to take over from out-going leader Jiang Zemin. Li said, "[Mr]Hu has made smart moves. He has focused his attention on poverty and rural issues while continuing to show respect for [Mr] Jiang." More ...
Immigration Poll Featured in Fresno Bee
In this article about Hamilton College's national immigration poll, Associate Professor of Economics and Director of the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Paul Hagstrom Center said that immigration policy used to focus on welfare issues, and now it focuses on terror and security. More ...
Hamilton Survey Included in Star-Telegram
Hamilton’s recent poll concerning national security and immigration was recently featured in Texas’s Star Telegram. The poll, conducted by Hamilton College researchers and Zogby International, found that after September 11, more Americans are concerned with national security when it comes to immigration than diversifying the country socially or ethnically. The study also discovered that 63 percent of Americans would support a policy that halted immigration from countries with high terrorist rates. The article was also featured in The Fresno Bee, Charlotte.com, The Albuquerque Tribune, The Herald News, and The Modesto Bee. More ...
Results of National Immigration Poll Announced by Hamilton College
Despite the fact that 57 percent of Americans continue to believe that immigrants enhance society, concerns over national security post-9/11 has Americans reluctant to accept new immigrants. More than half of all Americans feel that the U.S. is not taking adequate steps to ensure that terrorists are kept from legally entering the country. These are two of the many findings of a poll on immigration conducted by Hamilton College (Clinton, NY) and administered by Zogby International. Complete survey results were announced on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2003. More ...
Reading by Writer-in-Residence Martha Rhodes
Martha Rhodes, writer-in-residence, will give a reading of her poetry on Thursday, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. in the Beinecke Events Barn. It is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception. More ...
"Doc" Woods Interviewed for Syracuse Post-Standard
"Doctuh" Mike Woods, associate professor of music, was interviewed for a Syracuse Post-Standard article (2/19/03) about his jazz group, the Zoe Jazz Ensemble. The group performed at the Syracuse Suds Factory on Feb. 19. Woods has written more than 400 scores in jazz, classical, orchestral, gospel and other musical genres. More ...
Ma Vie en Rose Screening on February 20
Ma Vie en Rose, a screening in the "Masculinities" film series will be presented on Thursday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 pm. in KJ 109 (Red Pit). It will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Minnie Bruce Pratt, Irwin Chair in Women's Studies. Originally released in 1997, this is the story of seven-year-old Ludovic, seen by family as a little boy--while Ludovic has no doubt that she is a little girl, and dresses,plays and loves accordingly. The winner of the Golden Globe as best foreign language film of its year, this is a beautiful and hopeful movie about the possibility for an infinite range of sex/gender identities being open to all of us. Co-sponsored by the French Club. Free and open to the public. More ...
Percussion orchestra Spoken Hand
Performing Arts to Present Spoken Hand
The Contemporary Voices and Visions series of the Hamilton College Performing Arts continues with a performance by Spoken Hand Percussion Orchestra on Friday, Feb. 21, at 8 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts. Spoken Hand is an internationally unique hand drumming orchestra composed of four percussion batteries that represent the traditions of Afro Cuban bata, Brazilian samba, North Indian tabla and West African djembe. More ...
Ravven Lectures on Spinoza
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven gave an invited lecture at the UCLA Jewish Studies Center conference titled, After Spinoza: Judaism, Modernity, and the Future of the Multitude. Her lecture was titled, "Spinoza's Halakhic Social Ethics, Jewish Democratic Politics, and Feminist Liberation." It was a gathering of Spinoza scholars from all over the world for an intensive three-day conference supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. More ...
Jim Sloves '85
Rocking Radiologist Jim Sloves '85 Produces CD
A new CD by Jim Sloves MD '85, Swirl, is described as "an eclectic CD of original instrumental rock, funk, blues, surf, electric and finger-style acoustic guitar and bass." More ...
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