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P. Gary Wyckoff
Wyckoff Presents at University of Ireland
Associate Professor of Government P. Gary Wyckoff spoke at the Irish Social Science Platform Annual Conference hosted by the national University of Ireland at Galway on Dec. 2 about his recently published book, Policy and Evidence in a Partisan Age: The Great Disconnect. More ...
Representatives of fictional West Europa's political parties debate.
Students Participate in Semester-Long Campaign Simulation: Elections in West Europa
Questions flew and tensions flared Wednesday evening in the Science Center’s Kennedy Auditorium as the students of Government 112 participated in the culmination of a semester of arduous effort. Under the guidance of Associate Professor of Government Sharon Rivera, students enrolled in the Comparative Politics courses realized the fruits of their labors as the “Simulated Election Campaign in the Country of West Europa” unfolded. The simulation’s debate was the finale of the semester-long project. More ...
Students registering to vote in the 2008 presidential election
Hamilton Recognized in 2008 Campus Votes Challenge
Hamilton was recognized with an honorable mention citation in the 2008 Campus Votes Challenge, a program that sought to encourage voting at colleges and universities nationwide during the 2008 presidential election. The College was among more than 40 undergraduate colleges and universities across the nation that participated in the challenge. More ...
Nancy Rabinowitz
Nancy Rabinowitz Presents at Dartmouth
Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, the Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature, presented her current research on the modern performance of Greek tragedy on Nov. 21 at Dartmouth University. In her paper, "The Anti-Imperialist Uses of Greek Tragedy," she discussed plays produced in order to critique the current War in Iraq. More ...
Sharon Rivera
Sharon Rivera Presents at Slavic Studies Conference
Sharon Werning Rivera, associate professor of government, participated in a roundtable titled “Categories and Individuals in Political Science—An Assessment” at the 2009 Annual Convention of the American Association of Slavic Studies on Nov. 13 in Boston. More ...
Max Currier '10, (5th from right) with his roundtable discussion group.
Hamilton Student Attends Conference at West Point
Max Currier ‘10, a government major participating in Hamilton’s program in New York City, attended the 61st Annual Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (SCUSA 61) at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Nov. 4-7. This year’s theme was “Advancing as a Global Community: Scarcity, Instability, and Opportunity.” About 180 undergraduates attended from across the United States. More ...
David Paris '71
Paris '71 Contributes Op-ed To Inside Higher Ed

Professor of Government David Paris '71 contributed an op-ed to Inside Higher Ed (11/6/09). In “The Clock is Ticking,” Paris writes that it is only a matter of time before the Obama administration, like its predecessor, focuses intently on higher education accountability. College leaders shouldn't wait, Paris warns.  More ...

Eleanor Clift
Journalist Eleanor Clift to Speak at Hamilton College
Longtime Newsweek reporter and editor Eleanor Clift will present “Politics in the Age of Obama” on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p.m., in the Science Center’s Kennedy Auditorium. Clift, who is also a regular panelist on the nationally syndicated The McLaughlin Report, will also answer questions from the audience. The program, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the College Democrats. More ...
Robert Martin
Martin Presents at Political Theory Conference
Associate Professor of Government Robert Martin presented “Secret Plodders: Anti-Federalism, Anonymity, and the Struggle for Democratic Dissent” at the annual Association for Political Theory Conference on Saturday, Oct. 24. The three-day event conference was held at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at Texas A&M University. More ...
Recent Graduates Receive Political Science Association Awards
The New York State Political Science Association (NYSPSA) awards committee selected papers written by two recent Hamilton graduates for the 2009 Best Student Papers honors. Blake Hulnick ’09 wrote “The Politics of State-Based Electoral College Reform” and Deanna Edwards ’09 wrote “Outsourcing the Military: Blackwater, Halliburton-KBR, and a New Military-Industrial Complex.” More ...
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