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Russian Elite Poll 2016
Washington Post Publishes Rivera's Analysis of Russian Poll

Titled “Russian elites are more expansionist, militaristic, and anti-American than at any point since 1993,” an analysis published in the Washington Post’s blog, The Monkey Cage, by Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera affirms the article’s title.  The July 22 piece was written by Rivera with students in her Levitt Research Group – James Bryan ’16, Emma Raynor ’18, and Hunter Sobczak ’17.  More ...

Katherine Terrell
Terrell Presents at Two Conferences in the U.K.

Katherine H. Terrell, associate professor of English literature and creative writing, presented work at two conferences in the U.K. in July. At the Leeds International Medieval Congress she presented research on the Middle English romance Richard Coeur de Lion, which she is currently translating for Broadview. At the New Chaucer Society Congress in London, Terrell presented a poster titled "Chaucer in Scotland: Networks of Transmission."  More ...

From left. Jonah Boucher, Jake McDougall (runner), Macy Lawler,  Elisa MacColl, Ray Schulmeyer, Henry Kang, Audrey Love and Truman Landowski.
New High-Tech Equipment for Vertebrate Physiology Lab

When Assistant Professor of Biology Cynthia Downs was awarded a Christian A. Johnson Teaching Enhancement award in November 2015, she used the grant to upgrade and expand the vertebrate physiology-teaching lab and offer students high-tech approaches to study aerobic fitness.  More ...

Patricia O'Neill
O'Neill Participates in Digital Humanities Institute

Professor of English Emerita Patricia O'Neill presented her work on "Poetry and Computers" at the National Humanities Center in June. The week-long institute gathered scholars from the United States and Europe to review projects and methodologies in digital humanities  More ...

Reuters Publishes Isserman Oped

During the week of July 11, Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, published an opinion piece on the Reuters wire service comparing the national turbulence of 1968 to today’s unrest. He was also quoted in The Hindu’s Thread opinion blog on socialism and the presidential campaign, and penned an essay on the influence of party platforms in the 20th century for In These Times, a monthly non-profit magazine and online publication.  More ...

Pat Reynolds, the Stone Professor of Natural History, staffs a station at the Smithsonian Museum's International Polychaete Day.
Reynolds Participates in Smithsonian's International Polychaete Day

Pat Reynolds, the Stone Professor of Natural History, spent July 1 at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. helping with outreach for International Polychaete Day. The Smithsonian invited several experts to present at stations throughout the museum at the event, which was hosted by Q?rius, its Coralyn W. Whitney Science Education Center. Polychaetes are seaworms and Reynolds is an expert on marine invertebrate biology.   More ...

Robert Simon
A Philosopher's Championship: Simon's Festschrift

The entire spring issue of the Journal of the Philosophy of Sports, the publication of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport, has been dedicated to Professor of Philosophy Emeritus Robert Simon’s scholarship on philosophy and sports.  More ...

Visit to  9/11 Memorial Museum
Wellin Museum Exhibit Plan Begins with NYC Trip

From May 31 to June 2, faculty and museum administrators from Hamilton College, Skidmore College, University of Albany and Colgate University met in New York City to initiate work on a three-year Teagle Foundation grant through which the colleges will be developing museum-based teaching and learning strategies.  The funds will support a traveling exhibition of contemporary photography, titled This Place that is focused on Israel and the West Bank as both a place and a metaphor.   More ...

Philip Klinkner
Media Continues to Highlight Klinkner Trump Research

Beginning with his submission published in Vox titled The easiest way to guess if someone supports Trump? Ask if Obama is a Muslim, Professor of Government Philip Klinkner’s research has been referenced in articles in Salon, Fusion, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, The Guardian and DailyKos and in an MSNBC broadcast.  More ...

"Continental Divide - A History of American Mountaineering" by Maurice Isserman
Library Journal Gives Continental Divide Starred Review

The Library Journal, a major publication for libraries across the country, recently gave Continental Divide – A History of American Mountaineering by Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, a starred review. “This broad sweep of American mountaineering history will satisfy general history readers and outdoor adventurers alike,” wrote the reviewer.  More ...

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