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John Ragosta
Huffington Post Publishes Ragosta Essay

In response to an attack on CIA Director John Brennan for taking the oath of office with a hand on George Washington's copy of the Constitution rather than the Bible, Visiting Assistant Professor of History John Ragosta wrote a response in an essay published by The Huffington Post. In “Bravo for Brennan!,” which appeared on the publication’s website on March 14,  Ragosta explained that “The Constitution does not require that a Bible be used for the oath of office.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Publishes in German Studies Review

A book review by Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik appears in the most recent issue of the German Studies Review. The review discusses a new monograph by Eric Knibbs of Williams College titled Ansgar, Rimbert and the Forged Foundations of Hamburg-Bremen (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2011) that offers an important reassessment of the sources, particularly papal charters, relating to the foundation of the archdiocese of Hamburg-Bremen in the early Middle Ages and the mission to christianize Scandinavia.  More ...

Thomas Wilson
Wilson Contributes Chapter in Chinese-Language Publication

A chapter written by Professor of History Thomas Wilson was published in the Chinese-language publication Western Scholarship on Chinese History.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Publishes Book Review in Speculum

A book review by Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik has appeared in the latest issue of Speculum, the leading North American journal of medieval studies.  More ...

S. Brent Plate
Plate Awarded Grants

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate recently received grants from the American Philosophical Society and the Central New York Humanities Corridor from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for two projects.  More ...

Maurice Isserman
Alpinist Magazine Features Isserman Story of Everest Climb

 “MAD, ILL-EQUIPPED AND ADMIRABLE: EVEREST 1962,” an article written by Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Maurice Isserman appearing in Alpinist magazine, tells the story of an American-Swiss team of four climbers who attempted to climb Mt. Everest from the north side.  Isserman wrote about the climbers’ adventures, from their initial planning to their illegal entry into Tibet and their near-fatal accidents which ultimately caused them to turn back.  More ...

John Ragosta
New York Times Publishes Ragosta Letter

The New York Times published a letter written by Visiting Assistant Professor of History John Ragosta in response to an article that recently appeared in that paper about a new clinic at Stanford Law School enlisting students to oppose restrictions on the free expression of religion. Ragosta, who is the author of the forthcoming book, Religious Freedom: Jefferson’s Legacy, America’s Creed, referenced the words of 18th century evangelists who played a crucial role in religious freedom’s development.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Publishes Book Review

A new book review by Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik has appeared in the most recent issue of the English Historical Review. Eldevik's review discusses "Patterns of Episcopal Power: Bishops in Tenth and Eleventh Century Western Europe," ed. Ludger Körntgen, and Dominik Wassenhoven (Berlin, 2011), a collection of scholarly essays by German and British historians on the role of bishops in early medieval politics and culture.  More ...

John Ragosta
Washington Post Features Ragosta Oped

An opinion piece titled “Something to Celebrate on Religious Freedom Day” and written by Visiting Assistant Professor of History John Ragosta appeared on the Washington Post website as well as the Religious News Service. The essay was published on Religious Freedom Day, Jan. 16, which is defined as a day to celebrate the adoption of Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Establishing Religious Freedom.  More ...

Wade Davis' <em>Into the Silence</em>
Explorer Wade Davis Recounts Mallory's Everest Expedition

As final exams approach, many Hamilton students are facing one last mountain of work before they can head home for the holidays. Perhaps appropriate for this season and providing a welcome break from all the studying, Hamilton welcomed prize-winning author Wade Davis on Dec. 12 to discuss his award-winning work, Into the Silence: The Great War, Mallory, and the Conquest of Everest.  More ...

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