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Wheatley Publishes Entry on "The Nun's Priest's Tale"
Associate Professor of English Edward Wheatley has published an entry on "The Nun's Priest's Tale" in Sources and Analogues of The Canterbury Tales, Vol. 1. He has also been a member of the project's editorial advisory board, on which he will continue to serve for the second volume. More ...
Sanchez-Casal Co-Authors Volume on Feminist Pedagogy
Associate Professor of Spanish Susan Sanchez-Casal co-authored a pedagogy, 21st Century Feminist Classrooms: Pedagogies of Identity and Difference which was published by Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, June 2002. With co-editor Amie A. Macdonald (formerly of Hamilton's Philosophy department and now at CUNY John Jay College in Manhattan) she wrote the introductory theoretical essay to the volume, titled "Feminist Reflections on the Pedagogical Relevance of Identity." She also authored the second chapter, titled, "Unleashing the Demons of History: White Resistance in the U.S. Latino Studies Classroom." More ...
Ravven Writes on Hegel
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven wrote "Further Thoughts on Hegel and Feminism" for Owl of Minerva: The Journal of the Hegel Society of America, 33:2, Spring/Summer 2002. More ...
Chambliss Book Translated into Japanese
Sidney Wertimer Professor of Sociology Dan Chambliss' book, Beyond Caring: Hospitals, Nurses, and the Social Organization of Ethics (Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 1996), has just been translated and published in Japanese by the Japanese Nursing Association Publishing Company. More ...
Vincent Odamtten Gives Paper at African Literature Association
Professor of English Vincent Odamtten gave a paper at the San Diego annual meeting of the African Literature Association, titled "Ghanaian Poetry at Century's End: The Question of National and Transnational Identities." More ...
Hong Gang Jin
Hong Gang Jin Consults with United Nations' Chinese Program
Professor of Chinese Hong Gang Jin was invited as a consultant to evaluate the United Nations' Chinese Program, which offers one of the U.N.'s official languages. She helped evaluate the existing program and revised the curriculum. In addition, she designed the teacher evaluation system for the program and wrote the written examination and teaching demo. guidelines for recruiting new instructors in the Chinese Program at the United Nations. At the beginning of this year, she also traveled to the United Nations to give an invited lecture on "Evaluation and Assessment of Instructor's Performance," and helped recruit a new director for the Chinese language program at the U.N. More ...
Martin Awarded NY Historical Society Fellowship
Assistant Professor of Government Robert Martin was awarded a visiting research fellowship at the New York Historical Society to research the emergence of the early American public sphere. Also, he gave a paper titled "Bridging the Gap: Habermas, Post-Modernism, and the Early American Public Sphere" at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference in April. Martin also served as a featured panelist at Utica College's All-College Conference on Citizenship and Patriotism. More ...
Derek Jones Named Visiting Professor at Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
During the summer (and the first part of his year of leave from Hamilton) Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, has accepted an invitation to be visiting professor from July 1 - Sept. 30 at the Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo. More ...
Hamilton Releases Poll
In a poll released by Hamilton College, in coordination with Zogby International, has found that three out of every four Muslims in America have experienced biased, prejudiced behavior since the September 11 attacks, or knows a Muslim who has, reports the Detroit Free Press. More ...
Hamilton College Muslim America Poll
Nearly 75 percent of Muslim Americans either know someone who has been discriminated against or have themselves experienced an act of anti-Muslim discrimination, harassment, verbal abuse or physical attack since September 11, according to a national survey released May 30 at the National Press Club by Hamilton College and Zogby International. More ...
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