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Hamilton's Leap Year Challenge:
Charter trustee Jack Withiam '71 posed his Leap Year Challenge with every confidence that Hamilton's 29 youngest classes would rise to the occasion -- and did you ever! Together you surpassed our ambitious goal of 841 commitments over 29 days, finishing at the end of the day on February 29 with an astounding 1,066 gifts and pledges. Your remarkable, collective accomplishment demonstrates the power Hamilton alumni have when they work toward a common goal. It's who we are!
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Hsiung Won Emerging Scholar Award at Association for Asian Performance
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Yuwen Hsiung's paper "Emotion, Visuality, and Subjectivity: Meng Jinghui's Urban Play Rhinoceros in Love" won the 2008 Emerging Scholar award at the Association for Asian Performance (AAP). She is invited to present her paper during the AAP conference in Denver in July, and her article will be published in Asian Theatre Journal. More ...
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Purdy's article accepted for new edition of "A Companion to Bioethics"
McCullough Visiting Professor of Political Philosophy Laura Purdy's article "Assisted Reproduction, Prenatal Testing, and Sex Selection" will be published in the forthcoming second edition of "A Companion to Bioethics," edited by Helga Kuhse and Peter Singer, Blackwell. The "Companion" provides a comprehensive array of in-depth papers on central issues in bioethics. More ...
Priya Ananth Presenter at the AAS
Priya Ananth, Visiting Assistant Professor of Japanese, presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, held at Atlanta, Georgia, April 3-6, 2008. She gave a poster presentation titled "Form-Meaning Association in toki 'when' clauses in Japanese -- A corpus analysis of native speakers' data." This study comprehensively examined the associations of the past (perfective) and non-past (imperfective) verbal morphology with the four verbal classes based on their semantic characteristics such as telicity and durativity, by native speakers of Japanese. This study has important pedagogical implications in the systematic teaching of verbal morphology in the tense-aspect system of Japanese as a foreign language. More ...
Li to Discuss Olympics on NPR
Cheng Li, William R. Kenan Professor of Government and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, will be a guest on the nationally syndicated Diane Rehm Show on Thursday, April 10, at 10 a.m. The topic of the program will be the Beijing Olympics. Li is the editor of the recently published book, China's Changing Political Landscape: Prospects for Democracy. More ...
Petrescu receives AATG summer scholarship
Visiting Assitant Professor of German Mihaela Petrescu received a summer scholarship from the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG). In June, Petrescu will travel to Leipzig, Germany, to attend and present at a two-weeks workshop that focuses on the development and evaluation of intercultural competency. More ...
Comparative Politics Students Compete in Debate Thursday
Students in "Introduction to Comparative Politics" class will conduct a public debate, part of a fictitious political campaign staged in the imagined country of West Europa, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 17, in the Kennedy Science Auditorium. This is the fourth year that Assistant Professor of Government Sharon Rivera has organized this debate and competition.
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Women's Lacrosse Players Honored by League
Three Hamilton College women's lacrosse players were honored by the Liberty League on April 14 when the organization selected its weekly award winners. More ...
The May 4 episode of Foreign Exchange, a weekly, half-hour international affairs series presented to the PBS system by Oregon Public Broadcasting, features Cheng Li, William R. Kenan Professor of Government and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Li was interviewed by acclaimed global journalist Daljit Dhaliwal in a discussion of the Chinese perspective on the human rights demonstrations that have cast a shadow over the 2008 Beijing Olympics. More ...
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