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Robin Kinnel
Hamilton Hosts MAALACT Conference

Hamilton hosted the annual meeting of MAALACT, the Middle Atlantic Association of Liberal Arts Chemsitry Teachers, on Oct. 7-8. Founded in 1967, the organization includes chemistry faculty from liberal arts colleges in the Middle Atlantic states and eastern N.Y. that gather yearly to discuss a variety of curricular matters, laboratory safety, how to get grants and other matters of interest.  More ...

Nieves, Simons, Young and Lehner Address Workshop on Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities initiative co-directors Angel David Nieves and Janet Simons were lead presenters at the New Directions Digital Humanities Workshop in Holland, Mich., Oct. 7–8, for the Great Lakes College Association (GLCA) at the request of the Mellon Foundation.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Publishes Article, Moderates Conference Session

Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik published an article titled “Bishops in the Medieval Empire: New Perspectives on the Church, State and Episcopal Office” in the peer-reviewed online journal History Compass.  More ...

Brent Palmer '11
Palmer '11 and Owen Publish in Applied Economics Letters

A paper titled “Macroeconomic conditions and technical trading profitability in foreign exchange markets” and co-authored by Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann Owen and Brent Palmer ’11 has been published in Applied Economics Letters. The article was a result of work that Palmer did last year as part of his senior honors thesis which Owen supervised.    More ...

P. Gary Wyckoff
WAMC Features Wyckoff on Educational Policies

WAMC/Northeast Public Radio in Albany will feature P. Gary Wyckoff, professor of government and the director of the Public Policy Program , on Wednesday, Oct. 12, as part of the public radio station’s Academic Minute. During his reading, Wyckoff explains why holding teachers and students responsible for poor school performance ignores the single greatest factor that determines individual educational outcomes.  More ...

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Kuharic Exhibits Work in Solo Show at P.P.O.W.

Pound of Flesh, a solo exhibition of works by Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art Katharine Kuharic, will be on display Oct. 13 through Nov. 12 at P.P.O.W. in New York City. An opening reception will be held Oct. 13.  More ...

Fox Tree Lectures on Ancient Sign Languages

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Erich Fox Tree presented a lecture titled “Recovering the History and Prestige of Indigenous Sign Languages in Mesoamerica” on Oct. 7 at SUNY Oneonta. Fox Tree and his wife, Julia Gómez Ixmatá, a K'ichee' Maya from Guatemala, were interviewed in Spanish and K'ichee'-Maya on KPFK, a radio station serving the large first, second and third generation Maya immigrant population of Southern California on Oct. 10.  More ...

Austin Briggs
Briggs Participates in North American Joyce Conference

Austin Briggs, Hamilton B. Tompkins Professor of English, Emeritus, took an active role in the North American James Joyce Conference held in June at Caltech and the Huntington Library in Pasadena, Calif.  More ...

Paludi Co-Edits Two-Volume Book Set

Michele Paludi, the Elihu Root Peace Fund Visiting Professor of Women’s Studies, co-edited a two-volume book set for Praeger titled Women as Transformational Leaders: From Grassroots to Global Interests.  More ...

Katherine G. Kodat
Kodat Publishes Chapter in New Blackwell Companion

Catherine G. Kodat, professor of English and director of the American Studies program, has contributed a chapter to A Companion to American Literary Studies.  More ...

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