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Hamilton’s Papers in London’s Guardian
A recent article in the London Guardian featured Hamilton College’s role in archaeology Professor Mark Horton’s discovery of the first sugar plantation. Horton, a professor at the University of Bristol, said the map leading to the discovery was located in the Jefferson papers, a collection of ancient maps and letters reserved at Hamilton College. The map, which dates back to 1688, shows a river, a road, fields and settlements. The plantation was located in St. Kitts, the first English colony in the Caribbean. More ...
Professor of African Studies and French Tracy Sharpley-Whiting
Sharpley-Whiting Interviewed in Toronto Star
Hamilton College Professor of Africana Studies and French Tracy Sharpley-Whiting was interviewed for a Toronto Star article about racial profiling in popular movies. More ...
Cheng Li Quoted in Los Angeles Times
Cheng Li, professor of government and Woodrow Wilson fellow, is quoted in the article which focuses on expected leadership changes in China's ruling party. More ...
Hagstrom and students training at Zogby
Students Get Polling Training at Zogby
Director of the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center and Associate Professor of Economics Paul Hagstrom is leading a group of students in an independent study on immigration. The students have been researching immigration issues and creating a survey to measure current attitudes and stereotypes across the nation. The polling will be done by Zogby International once the students have finished running their own pilot tests. Seniors Paul P. Jones, Amanda Chase, Keith Foster, Lauren Goldblatt, Aaron Migdol, Katie McKeon and Jimmy Li; junior Brian Alward, and sophomore Erin Smith made the pilot calls. Hagstrom conducts research on the economic impact of immigrant populations. More ...
Gane Publishes Article
Assistant Professor of English Gillian Gane has published an article titled "Unspeakable Injuries in Disgrace and David's Story" in a special double issue, "South Africa: Post-Apartheid," of Kunapipi: Journal of Post-Colonial Writing (Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1 & 2 [2002]: 101-13). More ...
Challenges and Rewards of Resettlement Panel on Nov. 12
A panel discussion, "Challenges and Rewards of Resettlement," will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 8 p.m. in the KJ Red Pit. The panel is sponsored by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center as part of the speaker series on "Immigration and Global Citizenship." Panelists include: Alan Cafruny, professor of government and president of the board of the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees (MVRCR) ; Peter D. Vogelaar, executive director, Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees (MVRCR); Alma Adilagic Lukovac, Citizenship Services, MVRCR; and Isaac Padiet, Employment Services, MVRCR. More ...
Greg Doyle '82 Honored by Business Insurance
Greg Doyle '82 has been recognized by Business Insurance magazine as one of the industry's 35 Rising Stars. Honorees were selected by the editors of Business Insurance in recognition of their achievements in the commercial insurance industry at a relatively young age. Doyle is executive vice president at Guy Carpenter in New York City. More ...
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Brewer Speaks at SMU and TCU
Associate Professor of Chemistry Karen Brewer was the invited speaker in the Chemistry Department Seminar Series at Texas Christian University and at Southern Methodist University. Her talk was titled "Rare Earth-Doped Sol-Gel Glasses: Synthesis, Processing and Spectroscopy" and she discussed the most recent results of her collaborative work with Ann Silversmith, professor of physics, and Dan Boye, professor of physics, Davidson, and several Hamilton students. More ...
Hamilton EMTs Alexa Siddon '04, Nate Adler '04 and Emily Cooper '05
Hamilton Honors Student EMS Volunteers
Hamilton College’s 26 student Emergency Medical Technicians will be honored this week (Nov. 10-16) during National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Week. More ...
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