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Richard Seager
Seager Interviewed for Dallas-Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Richard Seager was interviewed for a Dallas-Fort Worth Star-Telegram article about Buddhist monks who shun the material world (1/5/03). Seager, author of the book, Buddhism in America (Columbia, 1999), said in the article, titled "The Path to Buddha," that "Buddha is a person. They don't worship in the sense...of [worshipping] God." Seager also noted that "Buddhism is gaining popularity with businesses, which offer seminars for their employees and pay to bring speakers such as the Dalai Lama to teach Buddhist thought and qualities such as being focused and mindful...'there's also a whole lot of spiritual or psychological reasons individuals might find it helpful to their own life,'" Seager said. More ...
Singers of Tibet's Drepung Loseling Monastery
"The Mystical Arts of Tibet: Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing"
The fabulous multiphonic singers of Tibet’s Drepung Loseling Monastery, whose sellout performance in Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Center received national acclaim, will perform Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 8 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts, on the campus of Hamilton College. More ...
Florida Alumni Association Reception with President Tobin
Florida Alumni Association Reception
Thursday, February 6, 2003 Join members of the Florida Alumni Association for a reception with President Eugene M. Tobin. At the home of: BETTYANN and MARTIN '70 SHERMAN P'04 15597 FIDDLESTICKS BOULEVARD FORT MEYERS, FLORIDA Reception: 6 p.m.; Presentation: 7 p.m. More ...
Christian Johnson Hall, home of the Emerson Gallery
Emerson Gallery Hosts Unique American Frame Exhibition
The Emerson Gallery will host "The American Frame: From Origin to Originality," a traveling exhibition of more than 60 American and European frames, from January 20 to April 27. This unique exhibition will explore the inspiration and innovation of American frame design. The frames are on loan from the collection of Gill & Lagodich Fine Period Frames, New York City. More ...
Faculty Predictions for 2003
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold says, "This is more a hope than a prediction. I hope for: *a world free of war and the threat of war *a society with equity and justice for all *a community where every person's potential may be fulfilled *an earth restored These are not my words; they come from the Quaker organization, the Friends Committee on National Legislation. But they are my thoughts exactly and I could not say it any better." More ...
Maurice Isserman
Isserman Publishes Review in Preservation Magazine
Maurice Isserman, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of History, wrote a review, published in Preservation Magazine, of Exploring Lewis and Clark: Reflections on Men and Wilderness authored by Thomas P. Slaughter (Knopf). More ...
Gane Presents Paper at South Asian Literary Association
Assistant Professor of English Gillian Gane presented a paper, "Terror and Transformation in the Air: Postcolonial Imaginings of Air-Space," in December at the annual meeting of the South Asian Literary Association in New York City. More ...
Hwangpo Published Article in Crítica Hispánica 24
Assistant Professor of Spanish Cecilia Hwangpo published, "José Antonio Ramos y la identidad nacional cubana: sentido, lenguaje y espacio," in Crítica Hispánica 24 (2002): 239-258. More ...
Owen and Jensen Published Article in Critical Junctures in Women’s Economic Lives
Assistant Professor of Economics Ann Owen published "Gender and Interest in Studying Economics," with Professor of Economics Elizabeth Jensen, in Critical Junctures in Women’s Economic Lives in December 2002. More ...
Wheatley Chaired Panel at the Modern Language Association Convention
Assocate Professor of English Edward Wheatley organized and chaired a panel, "Disability in Medieval European Culture," at the Modern Language Association Convention in New York in December. More ...
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