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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 ...

Gretchen Henderson
Experimental Writer Gretchen Henderson to Read on Oct. 30

Award-winning experimental writer Gretchen Henderson will read from her work on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 8 p.m., in the Fillius Events Barn.  Henderson is a Kresge Faculty Fellow at the University of California, Santa Cruz.  The event is part of the English and Creative Writing department’s Reading Series and is free and open to the public.  More ...

John C. O'Neal
O'Neal's Essay on La Nouvelle Héloïse Protagonist Published

Professor of French John C. O'Neal has published "Portrait de Saint-Preux en personnage transgenre dans Julie ou la Nouvelle Héloïse in a collection of essays titled Masculinités en révolution: de Rousseau à Balzac, Saint-Étienne, 2013.  More ...

Goodwillie Co-Authors Book on Western Shakers

Christian Goodwillie, director and curator of Special Collections and archives, co-authored a book on Shaker hymns titled Richard McNemar, Music, and the Western Shaker Communities: “Branches of One Living Tree.” The book presents a study of the Shakers’ movement west during the early 19th century.  More ...

Jane Springer
Springer's Murder Ballad Co-Winner of Sheila Motton Prize

Murder Ballad, the second collection of poems by Assistant Professor of English Jane Springer, has been named co-winner of the 2013 New England Poetry Club Sheila Motton Prize, 2013.  The category was judged by poet Vivian Shipley.  More ...

Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Interviewed for “Classics Confidential”

Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz was recently interviewed for the Classical Research Studies Network program “Classics Confidential.”  More ...

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