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Williams Publishes Article in American Butterflies Magazine
Professor of Biology Ernest Williams published an article titled "Harris' Checkerspot: A Very Particular Butterfly" in the summer 2002 issue of the magazine American Butterflies. Also, through The Nature Conservancy, he received a grant to study the Frosted Elfin butterfly in the Rome, N.Y. sand plains. Three students assisted in the field work last May and June, with one student being supported by the grant. More ...
Wheatley Publishes Essay in Exemplaria
Associate Professor of English and Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Studies Edward Wheatley's essay "'Blind' Jews and Blind Christians: Metaphorics of Marginalization in Medieval Europe" appears in the Autumn 2002 issue of Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. It is the first published chapter of his cultural studies project on blindness in medieval Britain and France. More ...
Gold Lectured at Pacific Rim Latin Seminar
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold gave a lecture at the Pacific Rim Latin Seminar titled "Martial and Money: Poetry, Begging and Patronage in Flavian Rome" at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand in June, 2002; she also chaired a session at the conference. At the Fall meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, of which she will serve as president for the next two meetings, she will preside over and be the facilitator for a workshop, "Editorial Workshop: Transforming an Oral Presentation into a Publishable Article" and the presidential roundtable on "Classical Studies Curricula Now and Then: Some Global and Local Perspectives." This roundtable will include classicists from South Africa, England, Ireland, New Zealand and Germany. More ...
Hinks Cited in The Harford Courant
A Hartford Courant article cites a study by Peter Hinks, assistant professor of history. Hinks studied 13 sites believed to be part of the Underground Railroad in Connecticut. In his study, Hinks called into question the validity of the some of the sites. He found that the Bloomfield home once owned by abolitionist Francis Gillette and the East Haddam home of abolitionist Gideon Higgins played a role, however, two stations in Manchester are questionable. Other historians are reconsidering the validity of some Underground Railroad sites in Connecticut and finding new sites. More ...
Keynote speaker Bob Moses '56, founder of the Algebra Project
Fallcoming Weekend 2002
Join alumni, faculty, students and friends for a weekend schedule of concerts, performances, panel discussions and athletic events, Fallcoming Weekend, October 4-6. More ...
Kristin Merriman and Marla Nasser, class of 2004 Student Assembly Reps
Class of '04 Sponsors First Annual Fall Fest
Today, the class of 2004 is hosting the first annual Fall Fest from 1-5 p.m. in the Annex. Class of 2004 Student Assembly Representatives Kristin Merriman and Marla Nasser distributed popcorn and cotton candy as Hamilton students played in an inflatable bouncing room and on a bungee run. Merriman commented, "The Student Assembly is focusing this year on providing non-alcoholic social options for the campus." Merriman and Nasser hope this year’s event will be the first in a long running, new Hamilton tradition. More ...
Viscomi Receives NCAA Grant
Associate Professor of Physical Education Sue Viscomi received a $5,000 NCAA Division III Initiative Grant (the maximum award) in the category of student-athlete welfare. Her proposal was titled "The Nutrition and Performance Connection." Viscomi is the senior woman administrator for Hamilton College's athletics department. More ...
Sue Ann Miller
Miller Chairs Sigma Xi Committee
Professor of Biology Sue Ann Miller served as Chair of the Audit Review Committee for the Board of Directors of Sigma Xi, the scientific research society. More ...
Li Speaks to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Professor of Government Cheng Li spoke at a day-long session organized by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the National Committee of U.S.-China Relations and by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Li participated in a session on "Challenges to Legitimacy: The Party in Transition," chaired by former U.S. Ambassador to China James Sasser. More ...
Li Interviewed for Christian Science Monitor
Professor of Government and China expert Cheng Li commented in The Christian Science Monitor about Jiang Zemin. He said, “Jiang must decide whether to become the Leonid Brezhnev of China or its George Washington.” Brezhnev held on to power for 17 years in the Soviet Union as the country declined. Li and other China experts agree that Jiang will step down from his posts like George Washington. More ...
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