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Hamilton Well-Represented at SAA Meeting

Hamilton College archaeologists were well-represented on the program of the 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology held April 18-22 in Memphis, Tenn. Several students, faculty members and alumni presented research with other Hamilton alumni in attendance.  More ...

Maurice Isserman
Isserman Interviewed on Carnegie Mellon-based Radio

Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, was interviewed by WRCT’s History for the Future, about the 50th anniversary of the publication of The Other America: Poverty in the United States by Michael Harrington. Isserman, Harrington’s biographer, wrote a new introduction for the 50th anniversary edition of the book. The interview, airing in Pittsburgh (88.3 fm) on Tuesday, May 1, and Wednesday, May 2,  is also available through the show's website and at the iTunes podcast page.  More ...

Robert Kantrowitz '82
Kantrowitz ’82 Invited Speaker at Honor Society Induction

Robert Kantrowitz ’82, professor and chair of mathematics, was the invited speaker at the induction ceremony for Pi Mu Epsilon and Tau Sigma Kappa on April 26 at Manhattan College in New York City.

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Sue Ann Miller
Miller Evaluates Student Research Grant Proposals

Professor of Biology Sue Ann Miller served on the Grants-in-Aid of Research (GIAR) Committee of Sigma Xi on April 13-14 at the headquarters of The Scientific Research Society in Research Triangle Park, N.C.

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John O'Neill
O’Neill Presents at 18th Century Studies Meeting

John H. O’Neill, Edmund A. LeFevre Professor of English Emeritus, presented a paper titled “Resolving Les liaisons dangereuses:  Ideas of Justice and the Language of Film” in March at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies in San Antonio, Texas.

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Rabinowitz Co-Authors Book on Narrative Theory

Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz has co-authored Narrative Theory: Core Concepts and Critical Debates with James Phelan, David Herman, Brian Richardson and Robyn Warhol. In the book, published by Ohio State University Press, the authors examine each of the central concepts in current narrative theory from four perspectives: rhetorical (Rabinowitz and Phelan, writing together), feminist (Warhol), mind-oriented (Herman) and anti-mimetic (Richardson).  More ...

Mary Sisler
Sisler Chosen to Attend NEH Summer Institute

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has invited Visiting Assistant Professor of Critical Languages Mary Sisler to participate in a three-week summer institute titled  “Leonardo da Vinci: Between Art and Science.”  More ...

Barbara Gold
Gold Publishes Article on Patronage and Elegists

Barbara K. Gold, Edward North Professor of Classics, has published an article, "Patronage and the Elegists: Social Reality or Literary Construction?," in A Companion to Roman Love Elegy, ed. B.K. Gold.  Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.  More ...

Kendall Weir '12
Only a Game Features Weir '12 and Wu NFL Study

Only A Game, an award-winning weekly sports magazine broadcast by National Public Radio, featured an interview with Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu about his and senior Kendall Weir’s study, “The Effects of Character on NFL Draft Status and Subsequent Performance.”  More ...

Maurice Isserman
The Nation Publishes Isserman Essay

“What Would Michael Harrington Say?,” an article by Maurice Isserman, Harrington’s biographer and the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, appeared in The Nation on April 25. In the article, Isserman described Harrington as “the pre-eminent figure of American socialism” and noted that he was often referred to as the “man who discovered poverty.”  More ...

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