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Maurice Isserman
Isserman Interviewed by BBC
Maurice Isserman, James L. Ferguson Professor of History, was interviewed and quoted in a BBC Magazine article titled Mad Men and the 60s - the decade is in the detail. The article explored the “un-60sness of the early 1960s,” the years in which the TV series is set. More ...
Debra Boutin
Boutin Publishes Research Article
Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin recently published a research article titled "The thickness and chromatic number of r-inflated graphs" in Discrete Mathematics. In this paper, Boutin and her co-authors Michael Albertson (late of Smith College) and Ellen Gethner (University of Colorado, Denver) introduce their work on networks that are inflated by replacing each vertex in by a set of r mutually connected vertices and replacing each edge between a pair of vertices with all edges between the associated 2r vertices. More ...
De Bao Xu
Xu Elected to Board of Chinese Language Association
De Bao Xu, professor of Chinese, was elected to the executive board of directors of the Chinese Language Teachers Association in the U.S. for a term of three years. More ...
The Vitra Design Museum in Germany.
Murtaugh Exhibits at the Vitra Design Museum
Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh has artwork featured in the traveling exhibition “Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things” at the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany. For this exhibition the museum seeks to illuminate four aspects of design that include innovation, production, evolution and inspiration. More ...
Graepel '11, Adams '11 and Snyder
Snyder, Adams '11 and Graepel '11 Work on GBM Vaccine
Under the guidance of Assistant Professor of Chemistry Nicole Snyder, Taylor Adams ’11 and Kevin Graepel ’11 spent the summer working on the development of a carbohydrate-based vaccine for glioblastoma multiforme, the most aggressive type of primary brain tumor. More ...
S. Brent Plate
Plate Publishes Chapter in Encyclopedia of Religion in America
Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate recently published the chapter "Film" in the four-volume Encyclopedia of Religion in America, edited by Charles Lippy and Peter Williams (CQ Press/Sage Publications). The encyclopedia is a multidisciplinary examination of the role of religion in North American life. More ...
Kyoko Omori
Omori Publishes Book Chapter
Associate Professor of Japanese Kyoko Omori authored the lead essay, titled "Mystery" (Misuteri), in the volume The Diversity of Occupation Period Literature (Senyo-ki bungaku no tamen-sei), published by Iwanami Shoten in Tokyo.
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Steve Goldberg
Goldberg Participates in Program on Chinese Cultural Identity
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen Goldberg delivered two presentations about tradition and modernity and participated in a panel discussion at the Summer Institute on The Silk Road: Early Globalization and Chinese Cultural Identities, held May 24-June 25 at the East-West Center in Honolulu. More ...
Nigel Westmaas
Westmaas Publishes Article in Caribbean Studies
Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Nigel Westmaas has published an article in the newly released issue (July –December 2009) of the Caribbean Studies journal. His article, “1968 and the Social and Political Foundations and Impact of the "New Politics" in Guyana” examines the activism and collective action of groups and individuals in Guyana between 1968-1978, and argues that the emergence and convergence of these forces and politics changed the equation and brought into being the 'new politics' dramatized in the birth and activity of the Working People's Alliance (WPA), a Guyanese political party.
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Camille Jones
Jones Awarded NSF Grant for Chemistry Course Development

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Camille Jones has been awarded a two-year, $198,000 National Science Foundation grant for the development and evaluation of a course in solid state chemistry for seniors majoring in chemistry and chemical physics. The course will be the first of its kind among Hamilton’s peer institutions.  More ...

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