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Mitchell Stevens' Book Noted in Chronicle
Mitchell Stevens, assistant professor of sociology and author of Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement, talks about his book and the different home-school constituencies in the Chronicle of Higher Education's "Hot Type" column (Oct. 11 issue). More ...
Author, Educator Lorene Cary at Hamilton
Author and educator Lorene Cary will deliver a lecture, "Living to Tell the Tale: Experiences of an African-American Woman at Elite Educational Institutions," on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 8 p.m. in the Chapel. It will be followed by a book signing. Free and open to the public. More ...
Andrews Presents at Conference in Pisa, Italy
David Andrews, visiting associate professor of economics, delivered a paper, "Why did Ricardo Believe that Growth Theory Is 'Vain and Delusive'?" at the "Old and New Growth Theories: An Assessment" conference, in Pisa, Italy. More ...
Nancy Rabinowitz Paper Chosen as Best
A paper given by Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz at last year's American Philological Association (APA) has been chosen to receive an award for best paper by the Women's Classical Caucus. The paper, titled "The Greek Wedding: Escape from Patriarchy?", was the topic at a Kirkland Project Brown Bag last month. More ...
Willie Porter
Willie Porter Acoustic Coffeehouse on Oct. 11
The second performance in CAB's Acoustic Coffeehouse series features Willie Porter's "nutritional theory of music," on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. The Events Barn will be filled with, "A vitamin-rich, high-protein blend of pop, folk and rock" that escapes genre classifications. The concert will feature an opening performance by Trina Hamlin and free coffee, tea, cocoa, and cider refreshments. Always a Hamilton College favorite, this event is free to those with Hamilton ID and $7 to the public. More ...
Goldberg speaks at Agnes Scott College
Steve Goldberg, associate professor of art, delivered a paper, "Representing Women in China: What's Gender Got to Do with It?," at Agnes Scott College in October, 2001. He also particpated in a meeting of the Board of Directors, ASIANetwork, A Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges to Promote Asian Studies, in October. More ...
Educator Max Thompson to Speak at Hamilton
Max Thompson, nationally acclaimed speaker and educator will present an in-service on Thursday, Oct. 4, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in the Chapel. His talk is titled Acceleration vs. Remediation: How is it possible to help EVERY student succeed in EVERY class? Thompson will be conducting this in-service training for several hundred regional K-12 professional educators, and all members of our Hamilton College Community are invited to attend. More ...
Kirkland Brown Bag Talks Begin on Wednesday
The first in the fall series of Kirkland Project Brown Bag talks will take place Wednesday, Oct. 3 at noon in Schambach 108. [Please note this is not the usual location.] Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, Margaret Bundy Scott professor of comparative literature, will speak about "The Greek Wedding: Escape from Patriarchy?" Brown Bag gatherings are informal. Please bring your lunch and join us for discussion. For more information, call the Kirkland Project office at x-4288. More ...
Poet Mary Jo Salter
Husband-Wife Authors to Read at Hamilton
Husband and wife authors, novelist Brad Leithauser and poet Mary Jo Salter, will read from their works on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m., in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Campus Center at Hamilton College. The reading, sponsored by the Hamilton English department, is free and open to the public. More ...
Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me
Evan Smith, '87, was a panelist on NPR's Sept. 29 show of "Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!" Smith is the editor of Texas Monthly magazine. This news quiz program airs weekly. More ...
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