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Shoshana Keller
Keller Presents at Symposium

Professor of Russian and Eurasian History Shoshana Keller presented remarks on "Russia/Eurasia: Borders of the Land, Borders of the Mind" at the inaugural symposium Bordered: Conceptualizing Eurasia at Colgate University April 8 - 9.  More ...

Kianee De Jesus '17 and  Paula Ortiz '18.
Meditation to Zen Doodling Featured in First Mindfulness Retreat

With yoga mats slung underneath their arms, a trail of students made their way across campus to the Chapel on Saturday, April 9. As the Chapel bells rang for 10 a.m., the first On-Campus Mindfulness Retreat began.  More ...

Ernest Williams
Williams Travels Across Region to Discuss Monarchs

Ernest Williams, the William R. Kenan Professor of Biology emeritus and lecturer in biology, discussed threats to the monarch butterfly population in lectures in Ithaca, Fayetteville and Canastota, N.Y.  More ...

Heather Merrill
Merrill a Discussant, Co-Chairs Panel at AAG Meeting

Professor of Africana Studies Heather Merrill served as a discussant for a session and also co-organized and co-chaired a panel discussion at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) held March 28-April 1 in San Francisco.  More ...

Nhora Lucía Serrano
Serrano Presents at RSA Meeting

Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Nhora Lucía Serrano presented a paper titled “Visually Re-Framing Political Legitimacy: The Medieval Female Curator and Christine de Pizan’s Harley MS 4431” at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (RSA).  More ...

Voltaire Museum Interviews O'Neal

Professor of French John C. O’Neal was interviewed in French for the electronic journal La Gazette des Délices, no. 48 (Winter 2015), by the Voltaire Museum in Geneva, Switzerland. O’Neal answers questions about his career in 18th-century French studies. See the website.  More ...

Maurice Isserman, left, talks about his new book <em>Continental Divide</em> in Glen House.
Journey to High Peaks

Mountains are a “defining characteristic of American culture,” according to Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History. He spoke about the release of his new book Continental Divide, a tale of American mountaineering, on April 7 in Glen House.  More ...

Lissette Acosta Corniel
Acosta Corniel Recognized with Award

In recognition of her professional achievements and philanthropy, Scholar-in-Residence and Lecturer in Africana Studies Lissette Acosta Corniel was recently honored with the New Jersey Thomas H. Kean Outstanding Equal Opportunity Fund (EOF) Alumni Award for 2016.  More ...

Continental Divide by Maurice Isserman
Isserman Discusses New Mountaineering Book Tonight

“An account both educational and perhaps surprisingly, thrilling,” is how Booklist described Continental Divide: A History of American Mountaineering in a recent review. Maurice Isserman, Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, will be discussing his new book, published by W.W. Norton this month, in the Glen House Great Room tonight, April 7, at 8 p.m.  More ...

"Leaning Cascade: Orange Peel" and "Cascade: Blue Blood" by Rebecca Murtaugh.
Murtaugh’s Sculpture in Solo Exhibition

A solo exhibition of sculptures by Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh is on display through April 22 at the Thomas Hunter Project Space in Manhattan. The show, titled Cascade, includes colorful works in unfired clay, wood, paint and mixed media.  More ...

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