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Urciuoli Next Faculty Lecture Series Speaker
Profesor of Anthropology Bonnie Urciuoli will be the next guest in the Faculty Lecture Series on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 4:10 p.m. in the Red Pit, Kirner-Johnson. Urciuoli's talk is titled "The Referential Complexity of the Words 'Multiculturalism' and 'Diversity.'" More ...
Science and Ethics Colloquium to be Held
The Society of Empirical Ethics, a component of the American Philosophical Association, along with the department of Religious Studies at Hamilton College, and the Institute for Applied Ethics at Utica College will hold a colloquium, “Science and the Foundation of Ethics,” on Oct. 25-27 at the Century House in Cazenovia. More ...
Emerson Gallery Features Trio of Print Exhibitions
Hamilton College's Emerson Gallery is offering an intriguing, concurrent trio of print exhibitions this fall. Open through November 2, this graphic triple-header includes one gallery devoted to contemporary, large format prints from the Emerson Gallery permanent collection. The second gallery focuses on Hamilton painting and printmaking professor Bruce Muirhead's collection of the best Hamilton student prints gathered over 30 years. The third gallery is slated for the Southern Graphics Council Student-Juried Exhibition. More ...
Science & the Foundation of Ethics Colloquium Oct. 25-27
The Society of Empirical Ethics, a component of the American Philosophical Association, along with the department of Religious Studies at Hamilton College and the Institute for Applied Ethics at Utica College will hold a colloquium, “Science and the Foundation of Ethics,” on Oct. 25-27 at the Century House in Cazenovia. The colloquium will examine the connections between modern empirical science and philosophical inquiry into the foundation of ethics. More ...
Got Goosebumps?
Each year to mark the end of the summer harvest and the beginning of the long, cold winter ahead, ancient Celtic nobles assembled for a grand feast. Not ones to miss out on the fun, friendly spirits and ghosts were known to join in the frivolity, sometimes returning in the form of animals, such as crows and cats. More ...
Kevin Danaher, co-founder of the Global Exchange (from globalexchange.com)
Kevin Danaher Next Speaker in Globalization Series
Kevin Danaher, co-founder of The Global Exchange, will be the next guest in the Levitt Center Globalization series. He will give a lecture, "Globalize This! Why You Should be out in the Street Protesting the World Bank and IMF," on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel. Sponsored by the Globalization Seminar Series. More ...
Cheng Li is the author of "China's Leaders: The New Generation"
Cheng Li Quoted in Christian Science Monitor
Professor of Government Cheng Li was quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about U.S.-China relations and China's President Jiang Zemin's visit to the U.S. More ...
Ortabasi Presents Paper at Japanese Literary Studies Conference
Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Melek Ortabasi presented a paper, "Sketching Out the Critical Tradition: Yanagita Kunio and the Reappraisal of Realism," at the Association of Japanese Literary Studies Annual Conference, held at Purdue University on October 4-5. She also organized a panel on the topic of "Imag(in)ing the Real Japan: Representations of Japan in Postwar Film" for The New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS) 2002 Annual Meeting, held at Skidmore College on October 25-26. The paper she presented as part of that panel was titled "Miyazaki Hayao’s Spirited Away: Escaping Japan?" More ...
Hinks on Connecticut Radio Show
Assistant Professor of History Peter Hinks spoke on a radio show--Conversations with Howard Scott & "Rainy" Faye--in Bridgeport, Conn., about slavery and emancipation in Connecticut. More ...
Emerson Gallery Showcases Political Cartoonist
In the weeks immediately following the November 2002 mid-term elections, an exhibition of the works of 19th century political cartoonist Thomas Nast seems perfectly timed. Unlike today's cartoonists, Nast wielded enormous political power through several decades in the mid to late 1800s, making or breaking the campaigns of politicians via his satirical cartoons published in Harper’s Weekly. Hamilton College's Emerson Gallery is hosting this exhibition of more than 130 black and white prints created by Nast and titled "America in Black and White" from November 15 through January 5. More ...
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