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Members of the Refugee Project, from left Janet Simons, Philippa (Pippa) Schwarzkopf ‘16, Utica College’s Dave Chanatry '80, John Bartle, Britt Hysell, Dima Kaigorodov ‘16, and Tsion Tesfaye ’16.
Documentary Genesee Lights to be Screened

Genesee Lights, a  short documentary film that was a collaboration of students and faculty from Hamilton College, Utica College, the Digital Humanities Initiative, and the Levitt Center, will be screened as part of the Unspoken Human Rights Film Festival on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 2 p.m., at the Uptown Theater in Utica.  More ...

Rebecca Murtaugh's 5 Leaners
Murtaugh’s Work Included in Brooklyn Exhibition

Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh will be exhibiting “Five Leaners” in the group show Meta Vista at 16 Wilson in Brooklyn, N.Y. The show runs Oct. 18 through Nov. 9, with a public opening reception on Oct. 18 from 6 – 9 p.m. Curating Contemporary is running a concurrent online exhibition of Meta Vista.  More ...

Angel David Nieves
Nieves Presents at DHi’s Digital Witness Symposium

Angel David Nieves, associate professor of Africana studies and co-director of the Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi), presented at the Fourth Digital Witness Symposium.  More ...

Huffington Post Publishes Stewart Essay on Diderot

In an essay on Huffington Post titled “The Godfather of All Encyclopedias,” President Joan Hinde Stewart wrote about “one of the greatest of the Enlightenment philosophers, Denis Diderot,” and the “dazzlingly original series of works that range in their subject matter from religion to science and morality” that are his legacy.  More ...

Goodwillie talking to students at Hancock Shaker Village
Religious Communal Societies Class Visits Shaker Sites

A group of students traveled to Hancock Shaker Village in Hancock, Mass., and to Mount Lebanon, N.Y., on Sept. 29 as members of the Religious Communal Societies in America, 1620-1950, course.  More ...

Heidi Ravven
Ravven Discusses Moral Agency in Invited Lecture

Heidi Ravven, professor of religious studies, gave an invited lecture, “The Self Beyond Itself Rethinking How Individuals Can Become Morally More Courageous and Societies More Humane,” on Sept. 23 at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass.  More ...

Katharine Kuharic
Kuharic’s Work Featured in “Texas Contemporary”

The work of Katharine Kuharic, the Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art, is on display through Oct. 13 in “Texas Contemporary” at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.  More ...

S. Brent Plate
Plate Makes Presentations in Boulder, Denver

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate made presentations at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Iliff School of Theology/University of Denver. He presented a synopsis of his forthcoming book, A History of Religion in 5 1/2 Objects, at both places.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Publishes Book Review

A book review by Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik was recently published by The Medieval Review, a leading online archive of scholarly reviews in medieval studies. Eldevik reviewed David Bachrach's new translation of a chronicle by the early 11th century cleric Alpert of Metz, titled "On the Variety of our Times" (De diversitate temporum).  More ...

English Faculty Participate in Conference at LeMoyne College

Four faculty members of the Hamilton College English department delivered papers at the Return of the Text conference organized by the LeMoyne College Religion and Literature Forum on Sept. 28-29. This conference was co-sponsored by Hamilton's English Department.  More ...

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