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Cafruny Speaks as Part of Presidential Lecture Series
The Presidential Lecture Series for Endowed Chairs presented a lecture by Professor Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs titled, "Vassals, Tributaries and Barbarians: The American Empire in the 21st Century," on Feb. 6. More ...
Li Publishes Articles in China Leadership Monitor and Critical Asian Studies
Cheng Li, professor of government and Woodrow Wilson fellow, published three articles. "A Landslide Victory for Provincial Leaders" and "The Emergence of the Fifth Generation in the Provincial Leadership" appeared in the China Leadership Monitor (published by Stanford University), Winter, 2003 and Spring 2003. "Dialogue with the West: The Political Message of Avant-Garde Artists in Shanghai" (co-authored with Lynn White) appeared in Critical Asian Studies, March 2003 (Vol. 35, No.1.) More ...
Wu Research Featured on Minnesota Public Radio
A report on Minnesota Public radio cited Hamilton College research in a new study. “Researchers at Hamilton College studied 4,000 married couples aged 51-61 who experienced a major health shock… They found the effect on net worth was much stronger when the wife got sick than when her husband fell ill. For sick husbands, household wealth fell $1,500, but for sick wives, it dropped $6,500.” The discrepancy in the figures between women and men was because husbands are more likely to go out to eat and hire someone to do chores when their wives fall ill. Insurance alone may not cover the expenses of a health shock such as a heart attack, stroke, cancer, lung disease, or diabetes. More ...
Greengard ‘48 in the New York Daily News
Neurobiologist Paul Greengard ’48 and his family were recently featured in the New York Daily News for their outstanding accomplishments. Greengard shared the 2000 Nobel Peace Prize for Medicine. Ursula von Rydingsvard, his wife, is a renowned modern artist. His children all excel in their chosen occupations, maybe even considered geniuses in their respective fields: Leslie, a mathematician, Ursula, a former producer for CNN, and Claude, the head of IBM”s Silicon Valley research committee. He attended Hamilton College with government money awarded from the G.I. Bill, and graduated the college in only two years. More ...
Hamilton Poll Featured in New York Post
The New York Post featured the Hamilton College immigration poll, conducted by Professor of Sociology Dennis Gilbert in a recent article. “Americans are reluctant to accept new immigrants, and more than half of all Americans feel that the United States 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 recent poll on immigration conducted by Hamilton College and Zogby International.” More ...
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Wilson Presents a Teaching Unit at EXEAS
Asian Studies Chair Thomas A. Wilson presented a teaching unit on comparative sacrifice in ancient Asia at the Expanding East Asian Studies (EXEAS) Teaching Collaborative at Columbia University. More ...
Gold Chairs Panel and Presents Paper at the American Philological Association
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold attended the annual meeting of the American Philological Association in New Orleans in January where she presented the paper, "Coordination, Cooperation and Localization in the Classics World of North America," at the Presidential panel on "The Organization of Classics in North America." Gold organized and chaired the panel, "Journals, Publishing, Refereeing, and Senior/Junior Faculty: Duties and Responsibilities." While there, she also attended numerous events associated with the journal she edits, the American Journal of Philology. More ...
Mohanty Presents Faculty Workshop at Univ. of Pennsylvania
Professor of Women's Studies Chandra Talpade Mohanty presented a faculty workshop, "Building A Radical, Transnational Feminist Knowledge Base," with Jacqui Alexander, University of Pennsylvania, Jan. 30-31, 2003. More ...
Mark Doty speaks in the Chapel at Hamilton.
Poet Mark Doty to Lecture on January 30, Give Reading on 31st
Poet Mark Doty will present a lecture and reading at Hamilton College as the Kirkland Project 2003 artist-in-residence. Doty will give a lecture on Thursday, Jan. 30, at 7:30 p.m., in Kirner-Johnson 109 (the Red Pit), and he will read from his poetry and prose on Friday, Jan. 31, at 8 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn, Beinecke Student Activities Village. More ...
Curio Theatre Company to Present The Iliad
The Hamilton College Department of Classics will welcome The Curio Theatre Company for a presentation of The Iliad, on Thursday, Feb. 6, at 4 p.m. in the Hamilton College Chapel. This event is open to the public, free of charge. Refreshments will be served. More ...
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