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Secret Viewers by Bruce Muirhead
Prints by Muirhead and Salzillo in National Exhibitions

Works by Professors of Art Bruce Muirhead and William Salzillo were accepted for exhibition in two national print shows in New York City.  More ...

<em>House Signs and Collegiate Fun</em> by Chaise LaDousa
LaDousa Publishes an Ethnography of Collegiate Fun

Indiana University Press has just released Associate Professor of  Anthropology Chaise LaDousa’s book, House Signs and Collegiate Fun: Sex, Race, and Faith in a College Town.  The book is based on three years of ethnographic and historical research in which students at  Miami University of Ohio collaborated with LaDousa to explore the ways in which "house signs" such as Liquor Up Front, Poker in the Rear, Plantation, and Crib of the Rib became foci of college culture.  More ...

Patricia O'Neill, Angel Nieves, Janet Simons and Hena Ahmad
O'Neill Prepares for Agha Shahid Ali Project

Janet Simons and Angel Nieves, co-directors of the Digital Humanities Initiative at Hamilton, and Hena Ahmad and Patricia O'Neill, professors of English at Truman University and Hamilton College respectively, attended the 10th annual Summer Institute in Digital Humanities at the University of Victoria in British Columbia June 4-11. More than 100 librarians, faculty and graduate students attended this year's institute representing an impressive array of scholarly work in digital humanities.  More ...

Jay Williams '54
Williams '54 Posts to Bible Website

Jay Williams '54, the Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religious Studies, posted an article "Matthew: the Heavenly Gospel" on the Bibleinterp. com website.  More ...

Catherine Phelan
Phelan Chairs Censorship Panel at ICA Conference

Professor of Communication Catherine W. Phelan chaired a panel on “Censorship in the Digital Age” at the International Communication Association (ICA) conference held May 30 in Boston. Conference participants from Singapore, Israel and the United States presented a trans-national comparison of the cultural practices regarding censorship.  More ...

Workshop organizers Sally Cockburn, Tim Kelly and Mary O'Neill.
Faculty Participate in Quantitative Reasoning Workshop

Twenty-one Hamilton faculty members, representing 14 different departments ranging from chemistry to comparative literature, attended a workshop on Incorporating Quantitative Reasoning Across the Curriculum on June 6-7 at Hamilton.  More ...

Sally Cockburn
Cockburn Delivers Talk at CanaDAM

Associate Professor of Mathematics Sally Cockburn gave a talk at the recent Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference in Victoria, B.C., on May 30.  More ...

Peter Rabinowitz
Peter Rabinowitz Publishes Article in Narrative

Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz has published “‘The Impossible Has a Way of Passing Unnoticed’: Reading Science in Fiction” in the May issue of Narrative. The article is a development of a paper originally delivered in 2009 at a symposium on narrative, science and performance at Ohio State University.  More ...

Edward Walker '62
Walker '62 Quoted in Newsweek

 “When you are totally dependent on local intelligence organizations, you tend to protect them,” said Ned Walker, the Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory and former ambassador to Egypt and Israel. Walker was quoted in a June 12 Newsweek  article titled “Intelligence Test” that also appeared on The Daily Beast website. The article detailed the challenges currently being experienced by U.S. intelligence networks due to the upheaval in the Middle East.  More ...

Debra Boutin
Boutin Organizes Mini-Symposium at International Conference

Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin organized a mini-symposium on Embeddings and Geometric Representations of Graphs at the Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics at the University of Victoria May 31 - June 3.  She also gave a talk titled "Automorphisms of Geometric Graphs - a retrospective and prospective."  In this talk Boutin presented both earlier work and new directions on the symmetries of networks drawn in two dimensions.  More ...

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