Hamilton offers its students outstanding opportunities to conduct research in all disciplines. 120 students are participating in a research program this summer.
Colin Quinn, assistant professor of anthropology is conducting a six-week field school in Ashe County, N.C. The group is investigating a prehistoric village – the Woodie Site – conducting geophysical survey and excavations.
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Lifton ’20 Researches Perceptions of Edward the Black Prince
The day after her finals ended, Kim Lifton ’20 did what any college student would want to do and boarded a plane to Europe. She visited places like London, England, and Angers, France, observing the remnants of medieval Western history. Unlike the typical college student, however, Lifton spent the majority of her time examining medieval manuscripts in renowned archives and traversing the region in search of depictions of Edward the Black Prince.