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Students meet with Mary Lee Hodgens, associate director of Light Work in Syracuse.
Interdisciplinary Art and History Class Will Culminate in Wellin Exhibit

On Feb. 1 of next semester, the Wellin Museum of Art will showcase two very special exhibitions side-by-side: In Context: The Portrait in Contemporary Photographic Practice, and Refocusing the Lens: Pranlal Patel’s Photographs of Women at Work in Ahmedabad. What makes these exhibitions so special is that they will represent the culmination of two semester-long interdisciplinary courses that have been co-taught by Assistant Professor of Art Robert Knight and Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi.  More ...

Tina May Hall
Tina May Hall Awarded NEA Creative Writing Fellowship

Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing Tina May Hall has been awarded a $25,000 National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship. She was one of 38 recipients chosen from a field of more than 1300 applications.  More ...

DHi Co-Directors Janet Simon and Angel David Nieves
DHi Awarded Second $800K Award From Mellon Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Hamilton College a second $800,000 grant for its Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi). DHi is a research and teaching collaboration in which new media and computing technologies are used to promote humanities-based research, scholarship and teaching – including curriculum development – across the liberal arts.  The Mellon Foundation awarded the DHi its first grant in 2010.  More ...

Abhishek Amar
Amar Presents Paper at American Academy of Religion Conference

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Abhishek Amar organized a panel titled "Transformations and Reconfigurations of Sacred Sites in South Asia" at the Annual Conference of American Academy of Religion in Baltimore from Nov. 22 to 26.  More ...

Doran Larson
Larson Presents at Midwest MLA

Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson delivered a paper titled "From Witness to Archive: Prisoners Writing the American Gulag," at the Midwest Modern Language Association Conference that took place in Milwaukee, Wisc., Nov. 8-10.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Presents Work at Medieval History Seminar

Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik recently attended the California Medieval History Seminar, held Oct. 26 at the Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif, where participants discussed his draft article, "Saints, Pagans, and the Wonders of the East: The Medieval Imaginary and its Manuscript Contexts."  More ...

Adirondack Adventurers  Colin Ainsworth '17, Shannon Boley '17, Jack Siegel '17, Molly April '17, Ian Lunn '17and Mackenzie Leavenworth '15.
Religion in the Wild (Literally) Explores Relation Between Nature and Religion

The first lecture of Professor Brent Rodriguez-Plate’s new course, Religion in the Wild, took place far from its home base in Root Hall.  More ...

Abhishek Amar
Amar Presents Paper at Annual South Asia Conference

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Abhishek Amar participated on a panel titled "Politics of Religion: Patronage, Identity and Religious Centers in the Early Medieval India"' at the Annual Conference on South Asia at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Oct. 17-20.  More ...

Ben Salzman '14 and Professor of Music Sam Pellman
Salzman '14, Pellman Work Presented at Concert

A work by Ben Salzman '14 and Professor of Music Samuel Pellman, Selected Galaxies: Peculiar, was recently presented on a concert at the Understanding Visual Music 2013 conference, hosted by the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, in Buenos Aires.  More ...

Luvuyo Mandela '09 speaks in the Red Pit about social entrepreneurship in South Africa.
Plans for South Africa: The Mandela Legacy

Hamilton alumnus Luvuyo Mandela ’09 returned to the Hill on Oct. 29 to speak about his work as a social entrepreneur in South Africa. His former philosophy professor, A. Todd Franklin, introduced Mandela and thanked him for agreeing to speak to the small gathering, heavily composed of students in Franklin’s “Philosophy of Race, Gender and Culture” course.  More ...

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