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Peter J. Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Publishes Article on Doctor Atomic

Peter Rabinowitz, the Carolyn C. and David M. Ellis ’38 Distinguished Teaching Professor of Comparative Literature, published “John Adams’ New Mythology: Doctor Atomic, Narrative Theory, and the Rhetorical Poetics of Music” in a special issue of the German journal Anglistik.  More ...

Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Publishes Scholarly Article

Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz published an article titled “The Expansion of Tragedy as Critique” in Classics in the Modern World: A Democratic Turn?  More ...

Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Publishes in Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy

Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz authored entries on feminist criticism and structuralism in the newly issued online Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy, edited by Hanna Roisman.  More ...

Carol and David Ellis ’38
Gift From Former Hamilton Professor Establishes Endowed Chair

Hamilton College has received $1.6 million from the estate of renowned New York State historian and Hamilton alumnus David Ellis and his wife Carolyn, which will support an endowed chair in their name.  More ...

Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Interviewed for “Classics Confidential”

Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz was recently interviewed for the Classical Research Studies Network program “Classics Confidential.”  More ...

Peter Rabinowitz
Peter Rabinowitz Co-Authors Essay on Huckleberry Finn

Sidney Wertimer Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz and James Phelan, of Ohio State University, have contributed “Twain, Huck, Jim, and Us: Or, the Ethics of Progression in Huckleberry Finn” to a new book titled Narrative Ethics (edited by Jakob Lothe and Jeremy Hawthorn and published by Rodopi). Rabinowitz and Phelan, described in the editors’ introduction as “undoubtedly the best-known practitioners” of rhetorical narrative theory, use the concept of progression to cast new light on the ethical questions that have long plagued readers of Huckleberry Finn.  More ...

Meghan O'Sullivan '15, center, works with refugees Hnin Ko, from Thailand, left, and Pawser Soe, from Burma, in Kirner-Johnson.
Meghan O’Sullivan ’15 Helps Give Voice to Refugee Women

For Meghan O’Sullivan ’15, immigration is not just an abstract policy issue. This summer, as part of the Kirkland Summer Associates Program, she is pursuing a research project, “Oral Expression of Refugee Women.” Her goal is to create a podcast that gives some insight into the first-hand experience of the refugee women who have come to Utica, N.Y.  More ...

Peter J. Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Delivers Paper at International Conference

Peter J. Rabinowitz, the Sidney Wertimer Professor of Comparative Literature, presented a paper on June 27 at the International Conference on Narrative in Manchester, England. His presentation, partly co-authored with James Phelan, was included in “Three Approaches to Narrative Theory: A Dialogue in Two Rounds, ” a session that focused on differing views of plot and progression.  More ...

Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Presents Invited Lectures

Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz presented invited lectures at the Institute of Classical Studies in London and at the University of Cambridge.  More ...

Ian Bogost, right, visited Janelle Schwartz's Introduction to Literary Theory class before his Hamilton lecture
Ian Bogost Ponders Nature of ‘Things’ in Hamilton Lecture

While things, or objects, are physically tangible, they can also be an abstract gateway to looking at the world from a fresh perspective and liberating the mind from selfishness. Dr. Ian Bogost, award-winning author of Alien Phenomenology, delivered a lecture to the Hamilton community about the pressing importance of discovering substantive meaning in everyday objects to enrich our daily lives.  More ...

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