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"Gender and Beyond Borders: Creating Networks of Community and Change"
Dr. Carolyn E. Johnson, past international president of the United Methodist Women, and United Nations consultant on peace, justice and women and development, will deliver a lecture, "Gender and Beyond Borders: Creating Networks of Community and Change," on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 4 p.m. in the Red Pit, KJ. Her visit is part of the Africana Studies Program Fall Series on race. More ...
Playing in the Shadows
Douglas Raybeck, professor of anthropology, was quoted in a Washington Post article examining popular culture in the aftermath of Sept. 11. More ...
Vest Publishes Book Chapter
Jay Vest, visiting associate professor of religious studies, authored "Dawn Bringer and the Christ Bearer: Mythography and the Columbian Impact upon Native America" in Critical Essays on the Myth of the American Adam, edited by V. Patea and M. Eugenia Díaz (University of Salamanca Press, 2001: 53-64). More ...
Keller Chairs Middle East Studies Association Meeting
Shoshana Keller, associate professor of history, chaired a panel at the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) in San Francisco. She presented a paper, "Secularization, Militant Atheism, and State-Building," and organized the panel, "Comparative Shock Modernization: Turks Under Ataturk and Stalin." More ...
AIDS Awareness Week Events
AIDS Awareness Week events will begin on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at Hamilton College. Activities will include lectures, films and discussion groups. All events are free and open to the public. More ...
Rowe Contributes to Jazz Encyclopedia
Monk Rowe, director of the Hamilton College Jazz Archive, has written several biographies of jazz artists published in the New Grove Encyclopedia of Jazz, edited by Barry Kernfeld. Rowe also fact-checked for Kernfeld, reviewing authenticity of facts against information obtained in the 200-plus video interviews gathered for the archive. More ...
Student Lecture About Life on the Appalachian Trail
Hamilton junior Shauna Sweet will give a lecture, "Stories You Tell, and Stories You Don't: Identity on the Appalachian Trail," on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Red Pit (KJ 109). Her research was funded by the Bristol and Schambach Scholars Program, which awards research grants to students who have Bristol or Schambach scholarships. More ...
Thomas Schwarz '66
Tom Schwarz '66 Nominated as Interim President of SUNY-Purchase
Hamilton College Trustee Thomas Schwarz '66, who served as acting president of the College in 1999, has been nominated to serve as interim president of Purchase College of the State University of New York by Robert L. King, SUNY chancellor. SUNY's board of trustees is expected to act on the nomination at its meeting on November 26. More ...
Chambliss Elected Teaching Chair For Medical Sociology of ASA
Daniel Chambliss, Sidney Wertimer Professor of Sociology has been elected to be the teaching chair for medical sociology for the ASA. Chambliss has also been elected to the ASA's Committee on Nominations, which selects the nominees for the major ASA offices, including president, vice-president and governing council. More ...
Brown Bag Will Feature Klinkner
Phil Klinkner, associate professor of government, will be the next speaker in the Kirkland Project Brown Bag series on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at noon in the Red Pit at KJ. His talk is titled "Whose Vote Doesn't Count?: An Analysis of Spoiled Ballots in the Florida 2000 Presidential Election." More ...
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