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Peter Rabinowitz
Peter Rabinowitz Publishes Article in Style

Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz has published “‘The Absence of Her Voice from that Concord’: The Value of the Implied Author” in a special issue of Style. The essay is an expansion and refinement of a paper originally given at the International Conference on Narrative in Birmingham, England, in 2009.  More ...

Isserman Presents Bicentennial Book

Years of dedicated research, writing and design have culminated in the publishing of On the Hill: A Bicentennial History of Hamilton College. On Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 1:30-2:30 p.m., Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History and the book’s author, will speak briefly about the book and sign copies in the  Burke Library Browsing Room.  More ...

Julio Videras
Videras Assumes Levitt Center Directorship

Associate Professor of Economics Julio Videras became the new director of the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center on July 1. He replaces Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, who served a two-year term as the center’s director and oversaw a reorganization of the center’s programming and the initiation of several new projects.  More ...

A. Todd Franklin
Franklin’s Review Published in APA Newsletter

Professor of Philosophy A. Todd Franklin published a review of George Yancy’s book Black Bodies, White Gaze: The Continuing Significance of Race in the spring edition of the APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy.  More ...

Isserman Pens Article for American History Encyclopedia

Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, is the author of an article on communism in a newly released book titled The Concise Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History.  More ...

Robin Kinnel
Kinnel Presents at Pharmacognosy Meeting

Silas D. Childs Professor of Chemistry Emeritus Robin B. Kinnel presented a poster titled “Two Unusual Chlorinated Metabolites from Lyngbya bouillonii Revealed by MALDI Analysis” at the 52nd national meeting of the American Society of Pharmacognosy on Aug. 1 in San Diego. The work, accomplished primarily while he was on sabbatical leave at Scripps Institution of Oceanography during the spring of 2010, capitalized on a new technique for discovering potentially useful natural products.  More ...

Jay Williams '54
Williams '54 Publishes Collection of Essays

How to Determine the Meaning of a Sacred Text, a collection of 22 essays by Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religion Jay Williams ’54, was recently published by Edwin Mellen Press. The essays, written over a period of almost 40 years, cover a variety of subjects including mythology, the Hebrew scriptures, Confucian texts, Buddhist texts, gospels and classical spiritual poetry.  More ...

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Murtaugh Exhibits at Nashville Gallery

Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh has 11 works in the exhibition titled "Fluidity" at the Estel Gallery in Nashville, Tenn. For the pieces in "Fluidity," confetti and watercolor are used as vehicles on paper, wood and aluminum. These abstract works ask the viewer to engage with shifting perceptions of one's reflection. The show is open though August 27.  More ...

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Smythe Gives Invited Talk at Society of Nematologists Meeting

Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Ashleigh Smythe gave an invited talk titled “Molecular Phylogeny of Enoplia: Implications for Classification and Stoma Evolution” at the 50th anniversary meeting of the Society of Nematologists held July 17-20 at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. Her talk was presented in the symposium “Freshwater and Marine Nematodes.”  More ...

Fox Tree Presents at International Symposium

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Erich Fox Tree presented “La Importancia de los Idiomas de Señas Indígenas para el Desciframiento de la Iconografía Mayas Antigua” (“The Importance of Indigenous Sign Languages for the Decipherment of Ancient Maya Iconography”) at the 25th Symposium on Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Research in Guatemala, July 18-22.  More ...

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