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Katherine Terrell
Terrell Gives Paper at Scottish Literature Conference

Assistant Professor of English Katherine Terrell presented a paper at Natio Scota: The Thirteenth International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Language and Literature, held in Padua, Italy.  More ...

Cat Boyd '12 works the press at the Women's Studio Workshop.
Boyd '12 and Guttman Produce Books at Women's Studio Workshop

Cat Boyd, '12,  the recipient of an Emerson Grant, and Naomi Guttman, Professor of English and Creative Writing, spent the week of July 11-15 at the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, N.Y., where they each produced an edition of a handmade book and documented the process with assistance from the Digital Humanities initiative.  More ...

Onno Oerlemans
Oerlemans Presents at ASLE Conference

Professor of English Onno Oerlemans presented a paper titled “Poetry as Field-Guide: Can you Capture a Ptarmigan in a Poem?” at a conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE) on June 24 at the University of Indiana.  More ...

Patricia O'Neill, Angel Nieves, Janet Simons and Hena Ahmad
O'Neill Prepares for Agha Shahid Ali Project

Janet Simons and Angel Nieves, co-directors of the Digital Humanities Initiative at Hamilton, and Hena Ahmad and Patricia O'Neill, professors of English at Truman University and Hamilton College respectively, attended the 10th annual Summer Institute in Digital Humanities at the University of Victoria in British Columbia June 4-11. More than 100 librarians, faculty and graduate students attended this year's institute representing an impressive array of scholarly work in digital humanities.  More ...

Meghan Woolley '13.
Meghan Woolley ’13 Exploring Arthurian Legend Under Emerson

The subject of medieval times frequently conjures up images of knights, chivalry and the iconic and mysterious King Arthur. Most historians agree that King Arthur is probably only a legend, yet his image pervaded medieval history and politics. Meghan Woolley ’13, a recipient of a 2011 Emerson Summer Grant, will spend the summer exploring the role of Arthurian legend in English monarchies of the 12th to 16th centuries.  More ...

Participants in February's Milton Marathon at Hamilton.
Thickstun's Milton Marathon Featured in USA Today

Margaret Thickstun, the Elizabeth J. McCormack Professor of English, was featured in a USA Today article (5/12/11) about her Milton Marathon. The article was reprinted from Inside Higher Ed. Alumnus John C. Ulreich, ’63 a Milton scholar at the University of Arizona, was also featured in the article for holding the 13th annual Milton Marathon at the University of Arizona.  More ...

Jane Springer
Springer Wins Pushcart Prize

Visiting Assistant Professor of English Jane Springer has won a Pushcart Prize for her poem "Murder Ballad" which originally appeared in the winter 2010 edition of Cincinnati Review.  Springer’s poem will be reprinted in The Pushcart Prize XXXVI: Best of the Small Presses.  More ...

Betsy Jensen, Doran Larson, Russell Marcus and Anne Lacsamana.
Teaching Awards Presented to Jensen, Larson, Lacsamana and Marcus

Hamilton’s highest awards for teaching were presented at Class & Charter Day on May 6 to  Professor of Economics Elizabeth Jensen, Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson, Associate Professor of Women’s Studies Anne Lacsamana and Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus. Frank Anechiarico '71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, was presented with the Sidney Wertimer Award by the Student Assembly.  More ...

Chad Williams, Steve Yao, Bonnie Urciuoli and Steve Wu.
Four Receive Dean's Scholarly Achievement Awards

Four members of the Hamilton faculty were recognized for their research and creative successes through the Dean's Scholarly Achievement Awards at Class & Charter Day on Friday, May 6. The awards were established in three categories by former Dean of Faculty Joe Urgo in 2008.  More ...

Jane Springer
Springer Named Winner of 2011 Beatrice Hawley Award

Visiting Assistant Professor of English Jane Springer has been selected as the 2011 winner of the Beatrice Hawley Award for her book of poetry, Murder Ballad.  The award is given by Alice James Books, a nonprofit cooperative poetry press founded in 1973. Springer will receive $2,000 and her book will be published with Alice James Books in May 2012.  More ...

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