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Cryer Performs 99 Questions at U Mass Amherst and Herkimer
Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer has performed his one-man show, "99 Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask an African American But Were Too Afraid to Ask," at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Herkimer County Community College and Indiana University of Pennsylvania during February. Cryer worked on the play with a student, Jared Johnson '02, who conducted interviews of people in New York City to arrive at the questions. More ...
Ernest WIlliams Gives Lecture at Trinity College
Ernest Williams, the Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Biology, gave a talk "Population Structure and Conservation of Three Rare Butterflies" to the Biology Department at Trinity College on March 9. Williams is the author of The Nature Handbook: A Guide to Observing the Great Outdoors, which is a field guide to patterns in nature and was released in 2005 by Oxford University Press. He is also co-author of The Stokes Butterfly Book. More ...
Williams Publishes Article in Journal of Animal Ecology
Ernest Williams, the Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Biology, published an article in the British Journal of Animal Ecology (75:466-475)with collaborators from Stanford and Duke Universities and the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. The article is titled "Delayed population explosion of an introduced butterfly." Founded in 1932, The Journal of Animal Ecology publishes original research papers on most aspects of animal ecology, plus reviews that shed light on subjects central to animal ecology, including theoretical analyses of specific topics.

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O’Neal Elected VP of Society for Eighteenth-Century French Studies

The American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies recently elected Professor of French John C. O'Neal vice president of the Society for Eighteenth-Century French Studies at its annual meeting in Montreal. The society is the French caucus of the national society. Established in 1969, the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies advances study and research in the history of a time that has profoundly influenced our world. O’Neal will assume presidency of the society in 2007.
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Mira Nair Delivers Tolles Lecture

Mina Nair, internationally acclaimed director of films including"Monsoon Wedding," “Salaam Bombay,” “Hysterical Blindness” and “Vanity Fair,” gave the annual Tolles Lecture on April 16.  Nair spoke about her career in filmmaking, and screened a short film she was commissioned to make after 9/11. The Tolles Lecture Series brings distinguished speakers from the fields of literature, journalism and theater to Hamilton to lecture and meet with students.   More ...

MacDonald Authors Recently Published Book

Visiting Professor of Art History Scott MacDonald is the author of a recently published book titled Art in Cinema: Documents Toward a History of the Film Society.
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Merrill Lynch Strategist Bernstein ’80 Interview on WHCL
First-year student Eric Kuhn will host a half-hour interview with Richard Bernstein, Merrill Lynch’s U.S. strategist and a Hamilton graduate, on WHCL 88.7 FM on Thursday, April 20, at 3:30 p.m. The show can also be heard at www.whcl.org. More ...
Li Interviewed by BBC Multiple Times during Hu Jintao Visit
Sparked by Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to the United States, the BBC’s World Today interviewed William R. Kenan Professor of Government Cheng Li several times this past week. More ...
Kirshner Publishes Chapter in American Chemical Society Book
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry Karl N. Kirschner recently published a book chapter titled "Incorporation of Carbohydrates into Macromolecular Force Fields."  The chapter was coauthored with Dr. Sarah Tschampel ('00), a former Hamilton chemistry student, and with Dr. Robert Woods from the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center (CCRC) at the University of Georgia.
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