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LANDSAT satellite view of Seymour Island
Establishing Camp on Seymour Island
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: Ice in the bay prevented going ashore on the north side of Seymour Island, and, after a long night of waiting to see if conditions would improve, the field group decided to establish camp on the south side of the island. More ...
Ambrose Writes for Georgetown Law Journal
Douglas Ambrose, associate professor of history, wrote an article for the Georgetown Law Journal titled "Sowing Sentiment: Shaping the Southern Presbyterian Household, 1750 - 1800." More ...
Katheryn Doran Presents Paper at Auburn University
Associate Professor of Philosophy Katheryn Doran gave an invited paper at Auburn University on December 7, 2001 called "The Consequences of Contingency." More ...
Kodat Presents Paper in New Orleans
In December Associate Professor of English Catherine Kodat presented a paper titled, "'From viewers like you': Arts Patronage and the State of/in Ken Burns's Jazz" at the annual Modern Language Association conference in New Orleans. More ...
Kinkel '79 Plays in Buffalo
Hamilton alumnus Robert Kinkel '79 and his band, The Trans- Siberian Orchestra, played Shea's Performing Arts Center in Buffalo. Kinkel describes the band's style as "symphonic rock," and goes on to comment, "We mix rock n' roll, classical and orchestra music, musical theater, R&B." The performance of Christmas Eve and Other Stories was the group's first appearance in Buffalo, but many hope, not their last. More ...
Hillel to Celebrate Hanukkah
Come join Hillel as we celebrate Hanukkah on Sunday, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. in Azel Backus House. Potato Pancakes, Lighting the menorah, playing with dreidels and more... More ...
Poster for America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk
Get Ready for the Heart Run
America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk will be held on Saturday,Feb. 23, and the Hamilton College community is gearing up already. Co-chairs Gina Hibbard and Marylyn Nassimos are urging runners and walkers to start collecting pledges now. Their goal is for the Hamilton team to beat the 2001 record of 76 participants and $6238 collected. More ...
Vest Writes Chapter for New Book
Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Jay Vest has written a chapter, "Dawn Bringer and the Christbearer: Mythography and the Columbian Impact Upon Native America," in the new book, Critical Essays on the Myth of the American Adam (University of Salamanca Press, 2001). More ...
Li Interviewed on Leadership Changes in China
Government Professor Cheng Li was featured on the China Forum,Sunday, Dec. 9, discussing China's Impending Leadership Change on WNVC TV. In addition, Li commented for BBC on China's political reform and in a Free Asia Radio broadcast on Shanghai's recently elected mayor. More ...
Antarctica 2001 Research Expedition Team
The Adventure Begins
Hamilton's antarctic expedition started with 36 hours of air travel to Punta Arenas, Chile. There they boarded the research vessel, RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer--their destination an area off the Palmer Peninsula, Antarctica. More ...
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