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New York Times "India Ink" Features Wellin Show

The New York TimesIndia Ink” blog featured a story on Pranlal Patel and the images he took of Indian women that will be exhibited by the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art beginning Feb. 1. “A Pioneer of Street Photography Leaves Behind Strong Images of Indian Women,” published on Jan. 30, included interviews with Patel, his family and Professor of History Lisa Trivedi, co-curator of the Wellin show, “Refocusing the Lens: Pranlal K. Patel’s Photographs of Women at Work in Ahmedabad.”  More ...

Cleaning seeds from cotton, Raipur, Ahmedabad, 1937 - Courtesy of the artist
ARTnews Proclaims Wellin Museum Show "A Must See"

"Refocusing the Lens: Pranlal K. Patel’s Photographs of Women at Work in Ahmedabad" hasn’t yet opened at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art. But that hasn’t kept ARTnews from noticing and celebrating the upcoming exhibition on its website and in print. The publication’s  Jan. 23 article, “10 Must-See Museum Photo Shows of Spring 2014,” includes the Wellin exhibition along with shows at prestigious institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery and the High Museum of Art.  More ...

Ann Owen
National Public Radio Quotes Owen

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, was quoted in a National Public Radio article titled “Workers May Be Missing, or Maybe Just Retiring” that appeared on hundreds of public radio websites across the country on Jan 22. The article, by NPR’s national economics correspondent Marilyn Geewax, analyzed the possible reasons for the nation’s declining unemployment rate.  More ...

Thomas Wilson
Chicago Tribune Interviews Wilson on Confucian Philosophy

Professor of History Thomas Wilson spoke about Confucian philosophy has influenced modern Chinese cuisine and how “…Confucius has become a brand in a sense," in an article in the Chicago Tribune. In “Philosophy influenced Chinese cuisine,” published on Jan. 10, Wilson summarized the trend.  "It's marketable, and Confucius is the friendly face of civility that kind of replaces the scary face of Mao in past days."  More ...

Katie Jickling
Katie Jickling ’15 Named “Best Rookie Reporter” by Vermont Press Association

Katie Jickling ’15 was awarded  “Best Rookie Reporter” by the Vermont Press Association for her reporting work at the weekly newspaper, The Herald of Randolph, Vt.  More ...

MacDonald Book Lauded by Slant Magazine

"American Ethnographic Film and Personal Documentary: The Cambridge Turn," a book written by Visiting Professor of Art History Scott MacDonald, was ranked #2 in a Slant Magazine article titled “The 10 Best Film-Studies Books of 2013.”  More ...

Ernest Williams
Williams Writes on Disappearance of Monarchs for Adirondack Explorer

Ernest Williams, the William R. Kenan Professor of Biology, contributed a column on the disappearance of Monarch butterflies to the January/February 2014 issue of the Adirondack Explorer.  More ...

Maurice Isserman
Isserman Article Published in Dissent Magazine

An article by Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Maurice Isserman titled “Starting Out in the Fifties” appears in the Winter 2014 issue of Dissent Magazine. The publication commissioned Isserman to write the article, a history of the magazine for its 60th anniversary celebration in October 2013.  More ...

A.G. Lafley '69
Lafley '69 Included in CIC @SmartColleges Profile

A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article titled “Liberal arts colleges defending selves on social media,” pointed to former Hamilton Board of Trustees Chairman and Procter & Gamble CEO A.G. Lafley ’69 as an example of a liberal arts graduate who has achieved great success in the business world.    More ...

Seated Funerary Urn. Unknown Artist, Mexican (Pre-columbian). Monte Alban III, 250 750 A.D.
Wellin Museum Objects Featured in Deseret News

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate was featured in an article in the Deseret News National Edition  titled “How religious art makes secular museums into sacred spaces,” published on Jan. 3. Two sacred objects from the Wellin Museum of Art, an Austrian Schwaz Nativity and a pre-Columbian seated funerary urn, were also displayed prominently in the article.  More ...

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