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Vivyan Adair
Adair Op-ed In Newsday
Assistant Professor of Women's Studies Vivyan Adair wrote an op-ed that appeared in the Sept. 22 edition of Newsday. "A Debate Around Morality" discusses welfare reform and the need to provide educational opportunities for welfare recipients. More ...
Hinks and Days '63 Speak at Yale Conference
Yale University Professor of Law and alumnus Drew S. Days III '63, and Hamilton College Assistant Professor of History Peter Hinks are participating in a conference at Yale Law School, "Yale, New Haven, and American Slavery," Sept. 26-28. Days will participate in a session on "Reparations, Reconciliation and Repair: Present Remedies for Past Wrongs." Hinks is giving a paper in a session on "The Edwardsian Tradition and Post-Revolutionary Yale." More ...
Professor of Government Cheng Li
Cheng Li Appears on C-SPAN
Professor of Government Cheng Li appeared live on C-SPAN on September 23. He was speaking at a hearing by the U.S.-China Commission on the "Chinese Leadership Succession and Its Implications." Li is in Washington, D.C, this year as a Wilson Center fellow. More ...
Luis Rodriguez
Activist, Poet Luis Rodriguez to Lecture at Hamilton
The Hamilton College Kirkland Project “Masculinities” series will continue with a lecture by activist, poet and author Luis Rodriguez on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn on the Hamilton campus. The event is free and open to the public. More ...
Frechette Presents Paper at Asian Studies Conference
Luce Junior Professor of Asian Studies Ann Frechette presented a paper titled "State Building without a State" at an International Institute for Asian Studies conference on "Revisiting the Asian State," Leiden University, The Netherlands, June 28-30, 2002. In addition Frechette was asked to serve on the selection committee for the Social Science Research Council's International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship Program (IDRF) in September. More ...
Anthropology Professor Douglas Raybeck
Raybeck Quoted in San Diego Union-Tribune
Douglas Raybeck, professor of anthropology is quoted in a San Diego Union-Tribune article about the technological world we live in today. Raybeck said, "Our toasters, our VCRs, our TVs, any 6-year old can turn on one of these," he continues, "Not one person in 10,000 can fix them or understand how they work." More ...
Cheng Li Addresses National Committee of U.S.-China Relations
Hamilton College Professor of Government and Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cheng Li will speak before the National Committee on US-China Relations September 25. Li will discuss the change in Chinese leadership in his talk, "Hu's in Charge after the 16th Party Congress?" More ...
Li Participates in Panel Discussion for U.S.-China Commission
Cheng Li, professor of government and Woodrow Wilson Fellow, will speak Sept. 23 as a panalist for the US-China Commission in a hearing, "Chinese Leadership Succession and its Implications." More ...
Isserman (left) and Horowitz (right) talk to audience members after the debate
Can the Left and the Right Find Anything to Agree on About the Sixties?
Members of the Hamilton community gathered for a debate titled "Can the Left and the Right Find Anything to Agree on About the Sixties?" Maurice Isserman, William R. Kenan Professor of History and co-author of America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960s, and David Horowitz, conservative activist and co-author of Destructive Generation, Second Thoughts about the Sixties, debated the legitimacy and legacy of the radical movements of the 1960s. Dean of the Faculty and Vice President of Academic Affairs David Paris introduced the speakers and moderated a question and answer follow-up session. More ...
Cheng Li
Cheng Li Speaks at Woodrow Wilson Center
Professor of Government Cheng Li gave a talk at the Woodrow Wilson Center as part of a discussion on "The 16th Communist Party Congress and Leadership Transition in China." Li was selected as a 2002-2003 Wilson Center fellow and will spend the year in Washington, D.C. More ...
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