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Joel Winkelman
Winkelman Publishes Article on Jane Addams

An article by Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Joel Winkelman has been published in the current issue of The Review of Politics. His article, "A Working Democracy: Jane Addams on the Meaning of Work" examines the relationship between work and democracy in the political thought of the activist and reformer Jane Addams.  More ...

Mary D'Ambro '15
Assessing the EU's Common Agricultural Policy in Levitt Project

While planning her study abroad experience in France, Mary (Caroline) D’Ambro ’15 developed a deep interest in the political system of the country, particularly in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that has affected the European Union (EU).  In her research sponsored by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center, D’Ambro will study the past, present and future of this European agricultural policy.  More ...

Neil Edwards '14
Levitt Researcher Examines Relationship Between China and Tanzania

There’s no shortage of media coverage when it comes to China’s booming economic sector.  Reforms dating back to the 1970s have launched China’s economy on a trajectory that was unfathomable 40 years ago.  Now that the country has established industrial and financial infrastructures, it is looking for ways to sustain its economic growth.  Neil Edwards ’14 is examining the developing investment of China in Tanzania to see if it fosters a mutually beneficial relationship between the countries.  More ...

Eleanor Fausold '13
New York Times Publishes Fausold '13 Letter

Eleanor Fausold ’13 penned a letter to the editor that was published in The New York Times in response to an op-ed titled “Is It Time to Bag the Plastic?” Referencing her senior thesis research on the costs and benefits of charging a fee for both paper and plastic bags in New York City, Fausold answered the article’s title question with, “The answer is overwhelmingly yes!” The letter appeared on the publication’s website on the day she graduated from Hamilton, May 26, and in print on the following day.  More ...

Levitt Post-Election Poll Receives National Attention

Results of a new survey titled “The 2012 Election and the Sources of Partisan Polarization: A Survey of American Political Attitudes” and conducted by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center received national attention after the poll’s May 21 release. MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews as well as NBC’s First-Read, the network’s news and analysis daily summary from the NBC News Political Unit, both reported on the poll. Also reporting on the poll were the political website Political Wire, UPI, The Washington Times and BusinessWeek.  More ...

Levitt Post-Election Poll Shows Partisan Divide Persists

Despite the hope that President Obama’s clear victory last November might lead to a reduction in partisan polarization, the results of a new survey conducted by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center at Hamilton College indicate that American are as divided as ever.  More ...

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Emma Zanazzi, Jose Olivares, Keri Lloyd, Russ DeGrazia, Sam Franco.
Government Class Holds Mock Election Debate

The students in Associate Professor of Government Sharon Rivera’s introductory comparative politics course (Government 112) participated in a mock election debate in the fictitional country of West Europa on April 30 in the Kennedy Auditorium.  More ...

Sharon and David Rivera Discuss Putin-era Russia

Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera and Scholar-in-Residence David W. Rivera presented a paper at the 67th Annual Conference of the New York State Political Science Association on April 19 at Syracuse University.  More ...

Dr. Bernard Kouchner talks with Hamilton classes before the Great Names panel discussion.
Kouchner Discusses Globalization in Medicine With Hamilton Classes

Hamilton students enrolled in Steve Wu's Health Economics class, Alan Cafruny's International Political Economy class, and Herm Lehman's Intro. to Public Health classes were invited to meet and speak with Sacerdote Great Names speaker Dr. Bernard Kouchner in a small, informal group before the large public lecture held later in the evening.  More ...

Ted Lehmann
Lehmann Gives Paper at International Studies Association

Assistant Professor of Government Ted Lehmann gave a paper titled “Strategic Minerals and Great Power Rivalry” at the International Studies Association annual conference in San Francisco on April 4.  In the paper, Lehmann examined the relationship between strategic minerals, including rare earth elements and oil, and great power strategic relations.  More ...

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