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Pillow Publishes Paper, Will Chair Program for 2003 Meeting
Kirk Pillow, assistant professor of philosophy, published "Versions and Forgeries: A Reply to Kivy" in The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 60 (Spring 2002). In April, he was selected to be program chair for next spring's American Society for Aesthetics Eastern Division meeting in Philadelphia. In May, he and Krystyn Schmerbeck '02 presented their summer 2001 Emerson Grant research to an audience of Hamilton alumni in New York City. More ...
Krueger Publishes Papers, Speaks at Cornell
Professor of French Roberta L. Krueger has published "Beyond Debate: Gender in Play in Old French Courtly Fiction" in Debating Gender from the Early Middle Ages to the Renaissance, edited by Thelma Fenster and Clare Lees (Palgrave Press, 2002). She also published "'Nouvelles choses:' Social Instability and the Problem of Fashion in 'Le Livre du Chevalier de la Tour Landry,' 'The 'Menagier de Paris,' and Christine de Pizan's 'Livre des Trois Vertus,'" in Medieval Conduct edited by Kathleen Ashley and Robert L. A. Clark (University of Minnesota Press, 2001). This year Krueger was an invited speaker at Cornell University for Quodlibet, an organization of graduate students in medieval studies, to whom she presented "Christine's Treasure: Household Economies in the 'Livre des Trois Vertus.'" She also gave a paper titled "Dysfunctional Families in Christine de Pizan's 'Cite des Dames'" at the annual Romance Languages convention at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Krueger was elected to a three-year term as a member of the Delegate Assembly Organizing Committee of the Modern Language Association. This group sets the agenda and brings forth business at annual meetings of the Delegate Assembly, MLA's legislative body. More ...
Remarks of Christine Todd Whitman at Hamilton Commencement
Following are remarks by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator Christie Todd Whitman at Hamilton College commencement, May 26. More ...
EPA Administrator Christine Whitman
Whitman Presented with Honorary Degree
Charter Trustee Mary Burke Partridge P'94 presented Christine Todd Whitman for an honorary degree, Doctor of Laws. More ...
Campus Cable TV System Airing Interviews with Dick Hyman
At the commencement ceremony on May 26, Hamilton College awarded an honorary degree to Dick Hyman, described as "one of the best pianists in jazz today." Throughout this weekend, on channel 19 of the campus cable TV system, you can see and hear a videotaped interview, from the Hamilton College Jazz Archive, with Mr. Hyman. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the career of one of jazz's great musicians. More ...
Paul Kellogg
Kellogg Presented with Honorary Degree
Chairman of the Board of Trustees Kevin W. Kennedy '70 presented Paul Kellogg for an honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters. More ...
Richard R. Hyman
Hyman Presented with Honorary Degree
Associate Professor of Music Michael E. Woods presented Richard R. Hyman for an honorary degree, Doctor of Music. More ...
Stephen L. Carter
Carter Presented with Honorary Degree
Charter Trustee Drew S. Days III '63 presented Stephen L. Carter for an honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters. More ...
Thomas E. Meehan '51
Meehan '51 Presented with Honorary Degree
Life Trustee Carl B. Menges '51 presented Thomas E. Meehan '51 for an honorary degree, Doctor of Literature. More ...
Christine Whitman
2002 Commencement Address
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Whitman's covered commitment, democracy, tradition and "[the] fundamental change in the way people treated each other [following September 11]" in her remarks to the Class of 2002 at Hamilton College's Commencement ceremony. More ...
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