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Angel David Nieves
Nieves Attends NEH Digital Humanities Institute

Angel David Nieves, associate professor of Africana studies and co-director of Hamilton’s Digital Humanities Initiative, recently attended the Summer Institute for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities. The three-week program was supported by a National Endowment for the Humanities grant.  More ...

Joana Sabadell-Nieto, Katherine Terrell, Chris Vasantkumar
Three Faculty Awarded Tenure

Three Hamilton College faculty members were approved for tenure by the college’s board of trustees during a recent meeting. The board granted tenure to Joana Sabadell-Nieto (Hispanic Studies), Katherine Terrell (English) and Christopher Vasantkumar (anthropology).  More ...

left to right: Nora Boylan ’15, Professor Matt King, Ted Clemens ’14, Hannah Wagner ’15, Katie Smith ’13, Becca Straw ’14, and Isabelle Weisman ’15
Six Students Study GPS Data Evaluation

Six Hamilton Geoscience students participated in a National Science Foundation- and University of Tasmania-supported short course from  June 27 to June 29 in Hobart, Tasmania. The course was focused on teaching the introductory steps in processing continuous global positioning system (GPS) data strings from the U.S. Antarctic LARISSA cGPS network. This network was installed in the last four years as part of the LARsen Ice Shelf System Antarctica project and was, in part, installed with the assistance of Hamilton students.  More ...

Austin Briggs
Briggs Gives Paper at Joyce Conference

Austin Briggs, the Hamilton B. Tompkins Professor of English Literature emeritus, delivered a paper, "Mr., Mrs., Miss, Surnames, Given Names, and Pronouns in Joyce's The Dead," at the XXIII North American James Joyce Conference in Charleston, S.C., in June.  More ...

Ravven Interviewed by Tablet Magazine

Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven was interviewed by Tablet Magazine about her book, The Self Beyond Itself: An Alternative History of Ethics, the New Brain Sciences, and the Myth of Free Will (The New Press, 2013). That interview is described and summarized in the July 1 issue of the magazine, and a link to the 25-minute interview with Tablet contributor, Sarah Ivry, is published.  More ...

Debra Boutin
Boutin Publishes Research Article

Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin published a research article titled "The Cost of 2-Distinguishing Selected Kneser Graphs and Hypercubes" in the Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing. In this article, Boutin presents results on a set of vertices that can be used to remove all symmetries from a network. These results give the exact size of these set for two well-known network families.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Attends Medieval Congress

Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik attended the annual International Medieval Congress held at the University of Leeds, England, July 1-4, where he presented a paper titled "Communities of Violence: Saracens and Saints in Medieval Bavaria."  More ...

Peter J. Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Delivers Paper at International Conference

Peter J. Rabinowitz, the Sidney Wertimer Professor of Comparative Literature, presented a paper on June 27 at the International Conference on Narrative in Manchester, England. His presentation, partly co-authored with James Phelan, was included in “Three Approaches to Narrative Theory: A Dialogue in Two Rounds, ” a session that focused on differing views of plot and progression.  More ...

Nigel Westmaas
Westmaas Presents Paper on Caribbean Slave Rebellions

Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Nigel Westmaas presented a paper at a Guyana conference to mark the 250th anniversary of the 1763 Guyana revolution where slaves rose up and controlled the territory of Berbice for more than a year against Dutch colonists. The paper was titled “Comparing Berbice (1763) and the Haitian (1791-1804) Slave Rebellions: Context, Course and Outcomes."  More ...

Joel Winkelman
Winkelman Publishes Article on Jane Addams

An article by Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Joel Winkelman has been published in the current issue of The Review of Politics. His article, "A Working Democracy: Jane Addams on the Meaning of Work" examines the relationship between work and democracy in the political thought of the activist and reformer Jane Addams.  More ...

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