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Negritude Women
Strengthening the voices of writers such as Jane Nardal, Paulette Nardal, and Suzanne Cesaire, -Negritude Women delves beneath the more prominent male figures of the Negritude movement to the female contributions necessary to its development. By exploring these women's writings, they are shown to be essential to the history of the movement and the eventual representation of a new literature and philosophy of black humanism among black Francophone intellectuals. More ...
Utica Boilermaker: America's Premier 15K Road Race
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the initial running of the Utica Boilermaker marathon, which is today internationally known and attracts participants from around the world. More ...
The Lebanese Role in the Historic Struggle Between East and West
The author, who has done considerable research and much writing on Lebanon and the Near East, and especially on the Lebanese and their contributions to this country as well as the world, wrote this work in the aftermath of September 11. In it, he sees contemporary acts of terrorism as the latest outbreaks of an East-West struggle that goes back to the Crusades, with Lebanon uneasily poised in a moderate stance between them. More ...
Changing Minds: The Shifting Perception of Culture in Eighteenth Century France
Professor of French John C. O'Neal is the author of Changing Minds: The Shifting Perception of Culture in Eighteenth-Century France. The book deals with the way in which the cultural changes of the French Enlightenment derived from a significant shift in the fundamental concepts of knowledge and experience. The topics covered in the book include aesthetics, historiography, metaphysics, anthropology, language and literature, and medicine. More ...
21st Century Feminist Classrooms: Pedagogies of Identity and Difference
Susan Sanchez-Casal, associate professor of Spanish, is co-editor of 21st Century Feminist Classrooms: Pedagogies of Identity and Difference (with Amie Macdonald, formerly of Hamilton's philosophy department). The book is part of the series, Comparative Feminist Studies, whose general editor is Hamilton College Professor of Women's Studies Chandra Talpade Mohanty. The volume is a tribute to the feminist legacy at Hamilton, since the book also features an important essay on queer theory by Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature and director of the Kirkland Project. More ...
Cheap Complex Devices
Winners of the inaugural Hofstadter Prize for machine-written narrative, these artificially constructed stories represent the future of post-human fiction. More ...
Whistling in the Dark
Based on some riveting true stories and set in part at Hamilton College, this is the tale of a daredevil pilot and atheist who comes to faith through his research into and encounters with supernatural phenomena and who finds love with his Jamaican-American wife. The hero's story is woven into a larger account of his family, which has been plagued for centuries by a demonic being, from the mountains of Greece to present-day New England. More ...
Stormchasers: The Hurricane Hunters and Their Fateful Flight into Hurricane Janet
Stormchasers by David Toomey '78, focuses on the history of "hurricane hunters" who fly planes into hurricanes and a 1955 disaster that befell one crew. Toomey recreates the hurricane reconnaissance flight into Hurricane Janet in September 1955 that took the lives of nine Navy crewmen and two journalists. More ...
Tibetans In Nepal
In the summer of 2002 Luce Junior Professor of Asian Studies Ann Frechette published Tibetans In Nepal: The Dynamics of International Assistance among a Community in Exile. Based on eighteen months of field research conducted in exile carpet factories, settlement camps, monasteries, and schools in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal, as well as in Dharamsala, India and Lhasa, Tibet, this book offers an important contribution to the debate on the impact of international assistance on migrant communities. More ...
600 DAYS: A Motivational Adventure to 30 Countries
Alumnus Kevin P. Davidsen '94 is the author of 600 DAYS: A motivational adventure to 30 countries, published by American Literary Press. Davidsen's book chronicles his 600 day backpacking journey around the world. It interweaves the journal entries from his trip around the world with basic motivational exercises and concepts. More ...
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