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“Jesus in the East: The Spiritual Traditions of the Byzantine and Russian Orthodox Churches”

“Close Reading” Assignment

 

Students in “Jesus in the East: The Spiritual Traditions of the Byzantine and Russian Orthodox Churches (RSNST/RELST 255; Spring 2005) were given the assignment to research the symbolism and theological significance of a pre-selected group of medieval Russian icons.  Their findings and analysis were codified in a poster printed in the Multimedia Presentation Center.  More ...

Kamiya Presents Papers at Chicago Linguistics Society and Syracuse University
Assistant Professor of Japanese Masaaki Kamiya presented a paper at the 41st Chicago Linguistics Society, held in April at the University of Chicago. The paper was titled "Nominalization and Case Marking in Japanese." In his talk Kamiya argued that the structural case in Japanese is marked in phonologica form, while the structural case in English is marked at narrow syntax. This is a one place where two languages are parameterized in principle and parameter framework, Kamiya said. HE also gave a talk at a workshop on SOV variation held at Syracuse University on April 9 and 10. That talk was titled "Theta Marking, Syntactic Category, and Inherent Case in Japanese." Kamiya argued that there is no complementizer in Japanese, but the so-called complementizer in Japanese is actually an inherent case that is marked in narrow syntax. Thus, he claimed that there are two case marking place in syntactic derivations: one is at PF for structural case and the other is in narrow syntax for inherent case.


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Indo-Caribbean Artist Discusses Expression of Race, Gender in Her Artwork
Indo-Caribbean Artist Lucilda Dassardo-Cooper presented "Hybrid Identities, Multiple Subjectivities: Indo-Caribbean Art" on April 15 in the Red Pit. More ...
NASA Astronaut James Reilly Lectures at Hamilton
NASA astronaut Dr. James F. Reilly presented his perspective as a geologist and an astronaut in a lecture titled “Mars Exploration: Rovers to Human Geophysical Crews – A (Fun) Work in Progress” at Hamilton on May 1. Dr. Reilly discussed exploration of the Moon and on Mars; his lecture was complemented by an extensive power point presentation complete with photos and video of space exploration.
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Annual Class & Charter Day Convocation on May 6
Hamilton's Class and Charter Day celebration, an annual convocation recognizing student and faculty excellence during the preceding academic year, will take place on Friday, May 6, in the Chapel. Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religious Studies Jay G. Williams '54, will present a talk titled The Good Old Days? An all-campus picnic will follow the awards and HamTrek, the second annual campus triathalon, will begin at 1:30 p.m. More ...
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Hamilton College Presents Retrospective of LIFE Magazine Photographer's Work

The images of prize-winning LIFE Magazine photographer George Silk (1916 – 2004), in the first retrospective of his work in the U.S., will be on exhibit at Hamilton College's Emerson Gallery from Thursday, June 2, through Sunday, Sept. 11. His photographs will be accompanied by those of his daughter, Georgiana Bulfinch Silk, who is a graduate of Kirkland College and a professional photographer in her own right.  More ...

Nearly 1,000 Expected for Reunion Weekend June 2-5
Hamilton will welcome back nearly 1,000 alumni and their guests when it hosts its annual Reunion Weekend, this year on Thursday-Sunday, June 2-5. Highlights of this year’s reunion will include dedication of the Delta Kappa Epsilon House in honor of Eleanor and Sidney Wertimer on Friday, June 3, at 11:30 a.m., and a keynote lecture, Alexander Hamilton: The Life and Legacy of Our Most Elusive Founder, by Douglas Ambrose, the Sidney Wertimer Associate Professor of History, on Friday at 8 p.m. in the Chapel.

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Eugene Domack Featured in Post-Standard Article on Climate Research
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack was featured in a Syracuse Post-Standard article about climate research. Domack, a marine geologist, led the last scientific expedition to the Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica before it disintegrated over a mere 35 days. Using core samples, he studies the history of the ocean floor; he helped determine the age of the 700-foot-thick ice shelf. More ...
Thickstun Gives Paper at Milton Symposium
Professor of English Margie Thickstun gave a paper at the Eighth International Milton Symposium in Grenoble, France, June 7-11. Her talk was titled "Satan as Father in Paradise Lost." Thickstun teaches a course on Milton's poetry and prose at Hamilton.
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