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Goldberg Presents Roehrick Lecture at Kirkland Art Center
Hamilton College Professor of Art Steve Goldberg will present "Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction: Ukiyo-e and Pop Art" as part of the Roehrick Lecture Series. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, is Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. at the Kirkland Art Center in Clinton.  This event is in conjunction with the Emerson Gallery exhibition "Inside the Floating World: Japanese Prints from the Lenoir C. Wright Collection." More ...
Kerry's Economic Plan Appeals to Europeans Concerned about U.S. Budget Deficit
Alan Cafruny, professor of international affairs at Hamilton College says, "The presidential elections are extremely significant for Europe. The Bush administration has alienated most of Europe's leaders and therefore there will be considerable behind-the-scenes support for a Kerry victory. Kerry's plan to halve the deficit also has substantial appeal to Europeans who are concerned about the effects of the growing U.S. budget deficit." More ...
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Cheng Li Interviewed About Changes in Chinese Leadership
Cheng Li, the William R. Kenan Professor of Government, was interviewed by VOA radio on Dec. 14.  Li discussed the recent change in the Chinese provincial leadership and the consolidation of Hu Jintao's power. More ...
Turkey's Entrance into E.U. Will Strength U.S. Power in Central Asia
"It is likely that Turkey will eventually be admitted into the E.U., but Turkish membership will deepen divisions within and among the member states and strengthen U.S. power in Europe and Central Asia," according to E.U. expert and Hamilton College government professor Alan Cafruny.  Editor of Europe's Ruined Fortress (2003 with Magnus Ryner), Cafruny is co-author of The Union and the World: The Political Economy of a Common European Foreign Policy, (Kluwer Law International 1998), a comprehensive analysis of the broad range of Union policies in both economic and political spheres. More ...
Pierce Interviewed by Albany Times Union About Managing Stress
Professor of Psychology Gregory Pierce was interviewed for the Albany Times Union article titled "Your outlook shapes body's stress damage."  Pierce said, "managing stress successfully is all about reframing our experiences." If something negative happens, he says, admit that it was upsetting. Then use the event as a learning experience. More ...
Owen Comments on Social Security System in San Antonio Express-News
Ann Owen, former Federal Reserve economist and associate professor of economics, was quoted in the San Antonio Express-News article titled "Saving Social Security." Owen said, "I think that a modest amount of Social Security dedicated to private accounts would be fine. But I don't want us to forget the dual purposes of Social Security. One of the purposes of Social Security is redistribution to prevent poverty among the elderly. And can you have private accounts that have that as a goal? Yes, you can. But it can also interfere with that goal." More ...
Four Hamilton Professors Receive Freeman Foundation Research Grants

Hamilton College Professors Cheng Li, Ann Frechette, Thomas Wilson and Kyoko Omori have been awarded research grants from the Freeman Foundation for their proposals for Asian studies research projects. The grant program funds both long-term and short-term projects. Projects that receive funding from the Freeman Foundation are focused on professional development of the Hamilton Asian studies faculty.  More ...

Government Professor Discusses Chinese Provincial Leadership with BBC
Cheng Li, the William R. Kenan Professor of Government, was interviewed by BBC World Service on Feb 10. Li discussed the rise of lawyers in the Chinese provincial leadership. More ...
Erdinc-Koker Awarded Syracuse University Maxwell School Grant to Develop Course
Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics Didar Erdinc-Koker has been awarded a curriculum development grant from the Syracuse University Maxwell School European Union Center. Erdinc-Koker will use the grant to develop a new course on “Law and Economics in the EU,” with a specific emphasis on the anti-trust legislation in the EU and its competition policy. More ...
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