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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 ...

Female faculty authors were honored at a book party.
Scholarly Achievements of Hamilton's Female Faculty Celebrated

The scholarly achievements of female faculty authors in the humanities and social sciences at Hamilton College were celebrated at a book party in the Burke Library this winter.   More ...

Heidi Ravven
Ravven Attends Affective Neuroscience Seminar

Heidi M. Ravven, professor of religious studies, was an invited participant in a small, intensive seminar on affective neuroscience Dec. 12 – 19 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  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 ...

Stephen Wu
Hamilton Becomes Sponsor of International Journal of Wellbeing

Hamilton College has joined The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand and Victoria University of Wellington as a sponsoring institution of the International Journal of Wellbeing (IJW). According to its website, the IJW “was launched on 31st January 2011 in order to promote interdisciplinary research on wellbeing.”  More ...

Scott MacDonald
MacDonald Publishes Glawogger Interview

“Knots in the Head: Interview with Michael Glawogger” by Visiting Professor of Art History Scott MacDonald was published in the current issue of Film Quarterly.  More ...

Lolita Buckner Inniss
Cleveland Plain Dealer Publishes Innis Essay

In an opinion piece appearing in the Cleveland Plain Dealer on the eve of the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Lolita Buckner Inniss, the Elihu Root Peace Fund Visiting Professor of Women's Studies, wrote that, “along with other aspects of the discourse on reproductive rights, [Roe v. Wade] forms part of a broader contemporary cultural battle.”  More ...

Peter Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Co-Authored Book Named Outstanding Academic Title by Choice

A book co-authored by Peter J. Rabinowitz, the Sidney Wertimer Professor of Comparative Literature, was among those selected by Choice as an “Outstanding Academic Title” for 2012.  More ...

Naomi Guttman collaborated with fiber artist Deborah Weir to create "Jacob's Ladder."
Guttman’s Poetry in Collaborative Exhibition

Poetry by Professor of English and Creative Writing Naomi Guttman is on display as part of “Dream Weavings: Interpretations through Collaborations,” an exhibition at the Tychman-Shapiro Gallery in Minneapolis.  More ...

Archaeology Channel Features Silent Stones of Inishark

A film produced by Erica Kowsz ’11 and Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale, along with Irish filmmaker Kieran Concannon and University of Notre Dame Professor of Anthropology Ian Kuijt, was published by The Archaeology Channel.  Silent Stones of Inishark: Memories, Archaeology, Landscape was featured in a January “Video News” segment.  More ...

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