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<em>Pindar's Verbal Art</em> by James Wells
Wells Publishes Book, Pindar's Verbal Art
James Wells, visiting assistant professor of classics, has published a book, Pindar's Verbal Art, An Ethnographic Study of Epinician Style (Harvard University Press, February, 2010). More ...
Mary-Kay Gamel
Winslow Lecture to Host University of California Classicist Mary-Kay Gamel

Mary-Kay Gamel, a professor of classics and theatre at the University of California, Santa Cruz, will present the Winslow Classics Lecture at Hamilton on Monday, Feb. 1, at 4:10 p.m., in the Kennedy Auditorium (Science Center). Her lecture, titled “Revising ‘Authenticity’ In Staging Ancient Drama,” is free and open to the public.  More ...

Carl Rubino
Rubino Presents at Cuba Conference
Carl A. Rubino, the Winslow Professor of Classics, recently traveled to Havana, Cuba, to participate in the 5th Biennial International Congress on the Philosophical, Epistemological, and Methodological Implications of Complexity Theory. At the invitation of the organizers, he offered, together with Alicia Juarrero and Robert Ulanowicz, a preconference course on “Auto-organization, Complexity, and Wonder.” The title of his presentation there was "Articulating Wonder in a Secular Age."
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James Wells
Wells Translates Poem for Anthology
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics James Wells recently published a translation of an ancient Greek poem by Pindar (518–438 BCE) in The Greek Poets: Homer to the Present (W.W. Norton & Company). Wells contributed Pindar's Pythian 12. This publication ties in with a book contract Wells has with Duckworth Publishing for a translation of Pindar's victory songs, The Songs of Pindar. More ...
James Wells
Wells Publishes Translations in Literary Journal
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics James Wells recently published two translations in the literary journal The Connecticut Review, Fall 2009, Vol. XXXI No. 2. The translations are titled "Olympian 14" and "Pythian 7," composed originally in ancient Greek by Pindar. More ...
Carl Rubino
Rubino to Lecture in Humanities Forum
Hamilton College Winslow Professor of Classics Carl Rubino will present a lecture and discussion, “Articulating Wonder in a Secular Age,” on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 4:10 p.m. in the Science Center’s 3024 classroom. The lecture, the third in the Hamilton College Humanities Forum, is free and open to the public. More ...
Nancy S. Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Presents Paper at Skidmore
Nancy S. Rabinowitz, the Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature, was the guest of the Classics Department at Skidmore College on Monday Oct. 26. She was their fall speaker and gave an address based on her current research, titled "Tragedy's Women as Subject and Object of the Gaze." More ...
Shelley Haley
Haley Publishes Critical Race Theory Essay
Shelley Haley, professor of classics and Africana studies, and director of the Africana studies program, published an essay in Prejudice and Christian Beginnings: Investigating Race, Gender and Ethnicity in Early Christian Studies. The essay is titled "Be Not Afraid of the Dark: Critical Race Theory and Classical Studies." The book was edited by Laura Nasrallah and Elizabeth Schussler Fiorenza of the Harvard Divinity School and was published by Fortress Press, an imprint of Ausberg Fortress. More ...
James Wells
Wells Presents Paper at Classical Association Meeting
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics James Wells presented a paper at the annual meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States held in Wilmington, Del., on Oct. 8–10. The paper, Drained into the New Trench”: Classical Reception and the Poetry of Reginald Gibbons," studies Reginald Gibbons’ collection of poetry, Creatures of a Day (2008), as an act of classical reception and contributes to scholarship by introducing an audience to a newly formulated theory and method for interpreting practices of classical reception called “The Poetics of Distinction.” More ...
Shelley Haley
Haley Participates in CAAS Panels
Shelley Haley, professor of classics and African studies, and director of the Africana studies program, participated in the fall meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States (CAAS) on Oct. 8-11. She, along with professors Nancy Rabinowitz and James Wells, participated on a panel titled "How to Manage Difficult Conversations in Classics Classrooms" and she was the presider for a session titled "Practical Pedagogy." Haley was also was elected 2nd vice-president of CAAS. More ...
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