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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 ...
Commencement Honors
Tomasz Konopka of Aleppo, Syria, was valedictorian of Hamilton's class of 2002. Luciana Maxim of Vrancea, Romania, was class salutatorian. Konopka was a physics/computer science double major, and Maxim majored in mathematics and sociology. More ...
Streaming Video of Commencement 2002
Video coverage of Hamilton's Commencement 2002 is available for viewing on the Web. To access the video you'll need Quick Time or Window's Media player. Both are free downloads from Macintosh or Windows operating systems. More ...
Cheng Li Publishes Papers
Professor of Government Cheng Li wrote two academic articles, one titled "China's Road Ahead: Will the New Generation of Leaders Make a Difference?" which was published in The Brown Journal of World Affairs (Spring 2002) and the other, "Hu's Followers: Provincial Leaders with Backgrounds in the Youth League," appeared in the China Leadership Monitor, a quarterly journal published by Stanford University. More ...
Cheng Li Lectures on China's Leadership
Professor of Government Cheng Li was invited to lecture at Columbia University, Wellesley College, Bard College, the Baker Institute for Public Policy at Rice University, Asian Society of Texas, and the Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia. For the third time, he has been invited as a lecturer to participate in the mid-career training program for U.S. government officials involved in the China field. More ...
John O'Neill Invited Participant at Two Conferences
At a conference titled "Talking Towards Techno-Pedagogy Reunion" at Mount Holyoke College in April, a team from Hamilton College consisting of Kristin Strohmeyer (Burke Library); Janet Simons (Information Technology Services); Colleen Fenity, '02; and Edmund A. LeFevre Professor of English John H. O'Neill reported on the seminar "Jane Austen: Text and Film," which the team developed under a program sponsored by the Mellon Foundation. At the "Collaborating with Technology" conference held at Union College in May, O'Neill was an invited participant in a panel discussion of the use of technology in interdisciplinary courses. More ...
John O'Neal Publishes Article, Delivers Papers
Professor of French John O'Neal published an article, "Parole, désir et savoir: Le récit interpolé chez Diderot dans Jacques le fataliste," in Sciences, musiques, Lumières. Ed. Sylvain Auroux, Pierre Chartier, Ulla Kölving, and Irène Passeron. Ferney-Voltaire: Centre international d'etude du dix-huitième siècle, 2001, pp. 185-94. O'Neal also presented two papers, "The Poetics of Confusion in Diderot's Lettre sur les aveugles," at the International Conference on Diderot in Los Angeles in April, and "La confusion subversive dans La Double Inconstance de Marivaux," at the International Conference on Marivaux in Montpellier, France in March. More ...
Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz Co-Edits New Book
Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz is the editor of a new book, Among Women: From the Homosocial to the Homoerotic in the Ancient World,. The book, co-edited with Lisa Auanger, was published by the University of Texas Press this spring. Rabinowitz wrote the introduction and a substantial article, "Excavating Female Homoeroticism: The Evidence from Greek Vase Painting." Rabinowitz also gave two talks in the spring semester, based on her new work on Greek vase painting and the representation of women. In June, she presented "Women's `Support Groups' on Attic Vase Painting," at the Classics Association of Canada; she gave the Rexine Lecture in Classics at Colage in April, titled "Reading Anachronistically?: Feminist Criticism and Ancient Greek Vase Painting. More ...
Reynolds on Sabbatical in Ireland
Patrick Reynolds, associate professor of biology, has been on sabbatical at The Martin Ryan Marine Science Institute National University in Galway, Ireland. He has been researching Irish coastal fauna. Reynolds also recently contributed several articles to the Encyclopedia of Oceanography and Marine Sciences. More ...
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