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Marianne Janack
Janack Publishes Paper in International Studies in Philosophy

Marianne Janack, the Sidney Wertimer Associate Professor of Philosophy, recently published "The Problem of Experience," in Vol. XL/2 of International Studies in Philosophy. It is an essay on the ways in which philosophers in the Anglo-American Analytic and Continental traditions have criticized appeals to experience in discussions of politics and knowledge.  More ...

Crystal Endsley
Endsley Leads Wake Forest Workshops

Crystal Leigh Endsley, visiting assistant professor of Africana Studies, was invited to headline as an educator and an artist in events at Wake Forest University recently.  More ...

Robert Martin
Martin Quoted on Patriot Act in Christian Science Monitor

Associate Professor of Government Robert Martin spoke about a proposed extension of some of the provisions of the Patriot Act in the face of growing concerns over home-grown terrorism in an article titled “Why is Patriot Act under fire if homegrown terror threat is rising?” in The Christian Science Monitor. The article appeared in the international newspaper, published daily online and weekly in print, on Feb. 10.  More ...

Nigel Westmaas
Westmaas Presents at Conference in Baton Rouge

Assistant Professor of African Studies Nigel Westmaas presented a paper at the National Association of African American Studies conference in Baton Rouge, La., on Feb. 14. His paper “Teaching Caribbean History in the North American Academy: Pitfalls, Pedagogy and Performance” discussed the strategic use of comparison in theme and topic, the content and design of effective syllabi, and the general classroom environment and receptivity in teaching Caribbean history in America.
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John O'Neal
O'Neal Travels to Norway for Doctoral Jury

At the invitation of the Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet (NTNU) or the Norwegian University of Science and Technology at Trondheim, Professor of French John C. O'Neal participated on the doctoral dissertation jury for a Ph.D. candidate in French on Feb. 11.  More ...

Mark Cryer
Cryer Performs 99 at University of Akron

Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer performed his one-man show, 99 Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask an African American But Were Too Afraid to Ask, at the University of Akron on Feb. 9. While there he also taught a master class. Cryer created the play with a former student, Jared Johnson '02, who conducted interviews of people in New York City to arrive at the questions.  More ...

Larson Publishes Short Story, Essay

Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson published a short story, "What You Don't Know," in the current issue of Short Story, a joint publication of the University of Texas, SUNY-Oneonta, and Claflin University.  More ...

Jay Williams
Williams Discusses Thomas Nast in Old Forge

Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religion Jay Williams discussed “Thomas Nast as an Artist” on Feb. 6 at the Arts Center - Old Forge, in Old Forge, N.Y. Thirty holiday-themed Thomas Nast wood engravings from Williams’ collection were on display at the center in an exhibition titled “Thomas Nast Celebrates the Holidays.”  More ...

George Bahlke
Professor of English Emeritus George Bahlke Dies

President Joan Hinde Stewart announced the passing of Professor of English Emeritus George Bahlke in an e-mail to the campus community on Feb. 1:

Professor of English Emeritus George Bahlke died on Feb. 1 of complications from pneumonia. He was 76 and, although retired, was a frequent presence on campus.  More ...

Vincent Odamtten
Odamtten Lectures at University of Alabama

Professor of English Vincent Odamtten presented the first Dr. Robert Milton Young Memorial Lecture in African American Literary and Cultural Theory on Jan. 27, at the University of Alabama. The recently established lecture series honors Robert M. Young ’90 who died in January 2010. Odamtten was Young’s mentor while Young was a student at Hamilton. In “The Pleasures of Influence and Reciprocity” Odamtten spoke about his professional relationship with Young.  More ...

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