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Tina Hall
Hall Publishes in Literary Journal
Assistant Professor of English Tina Hall published "In Your Endeavors, You May Feel My Ghostly Presence" in the fall issue of the literary journal descant. The story is a found story made up of fragments taken and manipulated from a Victorian science manual titled The Forms of Water in Clouds and Rivers, Ice and Glaciers. Hall came across the book while doing research at the Scott Polar Research Institute at the University of Cambridge. More ...
Peter Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Presents Paper at Ohio State University
Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz gave a paper at a symposium on Narrative, Science, and Performance sponsored by Ohio State University’s Project Narrative on Oct. 2. More ...
Shoshana Keller
Keller Co-Authors Central Asia History Web Site
Associate Professor of History Shoshana Keller has co-authored a teaching resource Web site called "On-line Histories of Central Asia." The project, sponsored by the Social Science Research Council, consists of three thematic sections: "Mobile Identities Through Time" (by Keller), "Islamic Cultural Movements" (Adeeb Khalid, Carleton College), and "The Built Environment" (Robert McChesney, emeritus NYU). More ...
Christopher Hill
Talk by Christopher Hill to Launch Humanities Forum
For the first installment in the Hamilton College Humanities Forum, Visiting Assistant Professor of History Christopher Hill will discuss “Taking the Cross out of the Crusades: Pop Culture’s Secular Transformation of High Medieval Piety,” on Thursday, Oct. 8, at 4:10 p.m. in the Science Center’s G041 classroom. The lecture is free and open to the public. More ...
Thomas Wilson
Wilson Presents Paper at Columbia
Professor of History Thomas Wilson presented "'Sacrifice to the Spirits as Living': A Confucian Theory of Gods" at the Columbia University Seminar on Neo-Confucian Studies on Oct. 2. The paper is a chapter from his book manuscript titled Confucian Gods and the Rites to Venerate Them in Imperial China. More ...
S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate
Plate Publishes Two Book Chapters
Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate recently published two book chapters. The first, "An Aesthetic Approach to Religion," appeared in An Introduction to the Study of Religion, and the second chapter, "Religion in World Cinema," appears in The Continuum Companion to Religion and Film. More ...
Megha Hoon and Mike Guzzetti (front); Alysha Banerji, Noah Bishop, and Pete Gustavson (back), with keynote speaker Prof. Stephen Stich of Rutgers University.
Philosophy Majors Attend Buffalo Conference
Russell Marcus, the Chauncey Truax Postdoctoral Fellow of Philosophy, took five philosophy majors to Buffalo for a two-day conference on Experimental Epistemology. Student attendees Megha Hoon '11, Mike Guzzetti '11, Alysha Banerji '11, Noah Bishop '11 and Pete Gustavson '10 met keynote speaker and godfather of experimental philosophy Prof. Stephen Stich, of Rutgers University. Stich spoke about “Experimental Philosophy and the Bankruptcy of ‘The Great Tradition.” More ...
Jay G. Williams '54
Williams '54 Publishes Book Reviews
Two reviews by Jay G. Williams '54, the Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religious Studies, appeared recently in the fall issue of The Quest. He reviewed Joseph Chiltoon Pearce's The Death of Religion and the Rebirth of the Spirit and What is Hinduism? Modern Adventures into a Profound Faith compiled by the editors of Hinduism Today. Earlier in the year The Quest also published two other reviews by Williams: Shaikh Sharfuddin Maneri's Letters from a Sufi Teacher, trans. Baijnath Singh, and Catherine Albanese's A Republic of Mind and Spirit: A Cultural History of American Metaphysical Religion. More ...
Kathryn Parker Almanas
Almanas Lectures at Bard
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Kathryn Parker Almanas was invited to present a lecture on her work at Bard College on Sept. 29 as part of the school’s Visiting Artist series. Almanas’ work can be seen at her Web site: www.kathrynparkeralmanas.com. More ...
Adam Van Wynsberghe
Van Wynsberghe Awarded Supercomputing Grant
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Adam Van Wynsberghe was awarded an allocation of supercomputing time on the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas in Austin. It's a grant that allows him and the students in his group to access this very powerful resource -- it will help them to carry out their simulations at a much faster rate than they could with the current on-campus resources. More ...
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