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Poetry Now Workshop on Saturday
Members of the college community are invited to participate in POETRY NOW, with Sharon Bridgforth on Saturday, Feb. 23 , from 11 a.m. -2 p.m. in Root Hall. POETRY NOW is a workshop designed for "closet" writers, activists who don't have time to write, and spoken word griots. Come share theatre games/visualization and writing exercises designed to provoke body-memory movement and sound as a place to write from. Participants will be encouraged to tell their stories and to explore their own sense of poetic rhythms. This workshop is limited to 15 participants. Please reply to Nancy Rabinowitz (ext. 4149) to reserve a place. More ...
Li Interviewed by LA Times
Professor of Government Cheng Li was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times (Feb. 22) for an article about Hu Jintao, China's vice president who is considered the likely successor to president Jiang Zemin. "It would be unwise for Hu Jintao to be in the spotlight too much or to express his opinions too openly while his boss, Jiang Zemin, is still in charge," said Li. More ...
Klinkner Reviews Book for The Nation
Associate Professor of Government Philip Klinkner reviewed Pat Buchanan's book, The Death of the West: How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization, in The Nation. According to Klinkner, The Death of the West harks back to the xenophobic jeremiads of the early 20th century, such as Madison Grant's The Passing of the Great Race, Lothrop Stoddard's The Rising Tide of Color, Houston Stewart Chamberlain's The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century and Oswald Spengler's The Decline of the West. More ...
Cheng Li Interview by Los Angeles Times
Hamilton Government Professor Cheng Li was interviewed for a Los Angeles Times article about China's future political leadership. Li said, "It would be unwise for Hu Jintao to be in the spotlight too much or to express his opinions too openly while his boss, Jiang Zemin, is still in charge." Li goes on to comment that "Now it is still the Jiang administration; it should be Jiang's show. It will be Hu's show when he officially takes over." More ...
Student Recitals This Weekend
Hamilton seniors will present student recitals this weekend. Friday's performance will feature Martin Nedbal, clarinet, with Sar-Shalom Stong, piano, and Florent Renard-Payen, cello at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall. On Saturday, Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall, Jeannette Gould, soprano with Valerie Ludlum Wright, piano will perform. Both concerts are free and open to the public. Reception to follow. More ...
Teaching with Multimedia in the Sciences
Anna Tan Wilson and Paul Venet of Binghamton University visited Hamilton in February to show how multimedia technology can be integrated into undergraduate course work in sciences. They described a course titled "Multimedia in Biology," which was sponsored by the National Science Foundation. More ...
Values and Change Over Thirty Years
Professor of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck presented "The Quincunx of Kelantan: Values and Change over Thirty Years." (with Victor de Munck) at the 30th annual meeting of The Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Feb. 20-24, in Santa Fe, NM. More ...
NY Times Profiles Abolitionist's Plan
In "Recalling Timbuctoo, A Slice of Black History, The New York Times highlights a plan by Gerrit Smith, an 1818 Hamilton graduate and a wealthy landowner at the time, to give away land to black families so that blacks could "acquire the means to vote." More ...
Susan Bordo Presents "Beauty on the Brain"
Susan Bordo, professor of English and women's studies and the Otis A. Singletary Chair in the Humanities at the University of Kentucky, will deliver a lecture, "Beauty on the Brain," on Friday, March 8, at 4:10 pm in the Hamilton College Chapel. The lecture is free and open to the public. More ...
Joel Johnson '65 in WSJ
Joel Johnson, a 1965 graduate of Hamilton and chief executive officer of Hormel Foods Corp., was featured in a Feb. 20 Wall Street Journal article about meatpackers' rush to market meats under national brand names. More ...
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