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Keller Publishes Article in Central Eurasian Studies Review
Associate Professor of History Shoshana Keller published, "Teaching the Silk Road," in Central Eurasian Studies Review, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Winter 2002). This is the inaugural issue of the journal of the Central Eurasian Studies Society. More ...
V-Day Reading of Eve Ensler's Play
On Feb. 14, at 7 p.m., the third annual benefit reading of Eve Ensler's Obie Award-winning play, "The Vagina Monologues," will take place in the Events Barn. A $2 donation is the price of admission, but no one will be turned away. V-Day is a worldwide movement to stop sexual violence against women and girls and to proclaim Valentine's Day as the day to celebrate women and demand the end of abuse. More ...
Walter E. Williams Speaks at Hamilton
Walter E. Williams spoke about “The Hypocrisy of Diversity: How Much Can Discrimination Explain?” before a full Chapel on Feb. 7. His talk was co-sponsored by the College Republicans and the Office of the President. More ...
Emerson Grant Collaborators Krystyn Schmerbeck and Prof. Kirk Pillow
Schmerbeck '02 Presents Results of Summer Research Project
Krystyn Schmerbeck '02 presented the results of her summer research project, "Forging the Unforgeable," which explores why some works of art are forgeable and others are not, on February 13 in the Red Pit. Schmerbeck worked with Assistant Professor of Philosophy Kirk Pillow. Their research was made possible by an Emerson Summer Collaboration Award. More ...
Diggins Publishes Article in Journal of Great Lakes Research
Thomas Diggins, visiting assistant professor of biology, published "A Seasonal Comparison of Suspended Sediment Filtration by Quagga (Dreissena bugensis) and Zebra (D. polymorpha) Mussels" in the Journal of Great Lakes Research. Diggins found only a modest difference between the water filtration rates of these two species, a factor previously believed to be significantly different. Diggins is one of only a few scientists working on comparing zebra and quagga mussels, work that is important in understanding contemporary Great Lakes ecology. More ...
FebFest Continues Through Saturday
Hamilton College is hosting the third annual FebFest, the revival of an old college tradition, through February 9 on the campus. Upcoming activities include fireworks, communtiy sledding and a snowman building contest in the village of Clinton. Many events are free and open to the public. More ...
Isserman quoted as expert in Newsday
In an article revisiting the past terrorism of the Symbionese Liberation Army, Hamilton Professor Maurice Isserman was quoted, "The SLA was like an existential statement- like al-Qaida attacking the World Trade Center. Similarly with the SLA, there was no political program to connect with. It was just terrorism for its own sake." More ...
Muirhead Exhibits in Boston
Professor of Art Robert B. Muirhead has several paintings included in The Copley Society of Boston’s invitational show, "Landmarks & Icons: New Views of Old Places." The exhibition continues through March 9. More ...
Sharon Williams Gives Writing Workshop
In January, Lecturer in English Sharon Williams presented a workshop on challenges faced by new college writers for middle and high school faculty at the Clinton Central Schools. Williams is director of Hamilton's Writing Center. More ...
John O'Neill Presents Paper at Conference on Literature and Film
At the 27th Annual Conference on Literature and Film at Florida State University, Talahassee, in January, Edmund A. LeFevre Professor of English John O'Neill presented a paper titled "'One of Her Own Sex': Female Homosocial Relations in Jane Austen's Novels and Their Film Treatments." More ...
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