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John McEnroe
McEnroe Writes About Excavation of Bronze Age Town in Hesperia

John McEnroe, the John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Arts, is a contributing author of "Excavations at Gournia 2010-2012" recently published in Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. The article summarizes the first three seasons of work at this important Bronze Age town in Crete.  More ...

Professor Lydia Hamessley, Jake Blount '17 and Phil Jamison '76 perform at the Swannanoa Gathering in North Carolina.
Hamilton Folk Musicians Converge in N.C. Mountains

A Hamilton student, alumnus and professor with a shared interest in the “Ithaca style” of music gathered this summer in North Carolina to enjoy their craft.  More ...

Angel David Nieves
Nieves Awarded Second NEH Grant

Angel David Nieves, associate professor of Africana studies and co-director of the Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) was awarded an NEH Office of Digital Humanities Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Summer Institutes Grant of $245,299 for “Space and Place in Africana/Black Studies: An Institute on Spatial Humanities Theories, Methods and Practice.”  More ...

A screen capture from the premiere performance.
Gant, Pellman Perform "Mindmeld" in Montana

Associate Professor of Art Ella Gant and James L. Ferguson Professor of Music Samuel Pellman presented "mindMeld" for digital video and digital music in a live performance on Aug. 12 at the Kyma International Sound Symposium, at Montana State University in Bozeman.  More ...

Marketplace Features Owen Interview

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, was featured on an Aug. 27 American Public Media Marketplace broadcast. In a segment titled “Just how strong are those fundamentals?”  Owen commented on the mix of data beyond gross domestic product that are significant in  determining the nation’s economic health.  More ...

A copy of the newly printed honor code print is placed next to a type form.
Honor Code Document Transformed by First-Year Group

Under the leadership of Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Andrew Rippeon, first-year students in the Letterpress Printing and Book Arts Experience Adventure orientation group created a new honor code document that – from both tactile and visual perspectives – conveys the seriousness of its message. In a shift in tradition, the documents were distributed during convocation. After first-year students signed their copies, orientation leaders collected them and Honor Court Chair Taylor Elicegui ’17 presented them with Conor O’Shea ’18, a member of the court, to President Stewart.  More ...

Lisa Trivedi
Trivedi Presents at World Economic History Congress

Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi traveled to Kyoto, Japan, to present a paper at the 17th World Economic History Congress.  Her paper "A Swadeshi Economy: catalogues, shops, and depots" addressed the various ways in which a movement often characterized as anti-capitalist and anti-modern made effective use of new technologies and innovative marketing strategies to promote khadi, or handspun hand-woven cloth.  More ...

Shoshana Keller
Keller Publishes Article

Professor of History Shoshana Keller has published “The Puzzle of Manual Harvest in Uzbekistan: Economics, Status and Labour in the Khrushchev Era,” in Central Asian Survey Vol. 34, No. 3(Summer 2015): 296–309. The article deals with the economic and cultural roots of Uzbekistan’s practice of forcing hundreds of thousands of children every year to harvest cotton by hand.  More ...

Onno Oerlemans
Oerlemans Discusses Birdsong and Poetry at NASSR Conference

Professor of English and Creative Writing Onno Oerlemans delivered a paper titled “‘The Self-Same Song:’ Birdsong and Romantic Poetics” at the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) conference in Winnipeg.  More ...

New tenure-track members of the faculty (from left to right) Catherine Beck, Farah Dawood, Cynthia Downs, Quincy Newell and Javier Pereira.
Hamilton Welcomes New Faculty for 2015-16

Patrick Reynolds, vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty, announced the appointment of new faculty for the 2015-16 academic year, including five tenure-track appointments, 24 visiting professors and instructors, and two teaching fellows. New tenure-track appointments are Catherine Beck, geosciences; Farah Dawood, chemistry; Cynthia Downs, biology; Quincy Newell, religious studies; and Javier Pereira, economics.  More ...

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