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Stevens' Book Nominated for C. Wright Mills Award
Earlier this summer, Mitchell Stevens' book, Kingdom of Children was nominated as a finalist for the C. Wright Mills Award of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Stevens also presented two papers: "Love, Numbers and the Social Organization of Value in Higher Education," at the University of Arizona last spring; and "Rankings as Symbols: U.S. News and World Report Rankings of Colleges and Law Schools," at the American Sociological Association annual meetings in August. More ...
Medina Publishes Article in Spanish Journal
Jeremy Medina, the Burgess Professor of Romance Langauges and Literature, published an article in the January-June issue of Acotaciones: Revista de Investigación Teatral (the journal of the Spanish Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts)on the study of structure in an important play of Nobel Prize winning Spanish dramatist Antonio Buero Vallejo: "Dualidades estructurales de En la ardiente oscuridad de Antonio Buero Vallejo." More ...
Kolb Performs with Utica Symphony
Lecturer in Voice Lauralyn Kolb was featured in the opening concert of the Utica Symphony Orchestra's 2002-2003 season. Joining the orchestra for Samuel Barber's "Knoxville: Summer of 1915," a work for soprano and orchestra, the concert also included a tribute to Richard Rogers which Kolb performed with baritone Richard White. Her latest compact disc "Just-spring: Art songs of John Duke" (New World Records) has been very favorably reviewed in the September/October issue of the Journal of Singing. More ...
Li Lectures at Princeton University and Heritage Foundation
Professor of Government and Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cheng Li was invited to lecture at Princeton University and at the Heritage Foundation. At Princeton, Li addressed China's political succession as part of Princeton's China Seminar Series which provides a forum for debating major issues relating to China and its transformation from a totalitarian state to a liberalizing one. At the Heritage Foundation, Li and other China experts discussed the Bush-Jiang Summit in Crawford, TX., and the future of Chinese political developments. More ...
Cafruny Publishes Article in The International Spectator
Alan Cafruny, Henry Blatt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, wrote, "Transatlantic Trade and Monetary Relations: The Nature and Limits of Conflict," which appeared in The International Spectator Vol. 37, No. 3 Sept. 2002. More ...
Hamilton College Jazz Archive
Hamilton College Doctors of Jazz in “Soprano Summit” Reunion on Oct. 5
Members of the popular 1970s jazz ensemble, Soprano Summit, will reunite for a performance during Hamilton College’s Fallcoming Weekend, on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts on the Hamilton campus. The event is open to the public. More ...
Luciano Publishes Article in Henry James Review
Assistant Professor of English Dana Luciano's article, "Invalid Relations: Queer Kinship in Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady," was published in the Henry James Review 23.2 (Spring 2002). Luciano also gave a paper, "Benito Cereno as Counter-Monumental Narrative," at the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature's conference in April. More ...
Williams Publishes Article in American Butterflies Magazine
Professor of Biology Ernest Williams published an article titled "Harris' Checkerspot: A Very Particular Butterfly" in the summer 2002 issue of the magazine American Butterflies. Also, through The Nature Conservancy, he received a grant to study the Frosted Elfin butterfly in the Rome, N.Y. sand plains. Three students assisted in the field work last May and June, with one student being supported by the grant. More ...
Wheatley Publishes Essay in Exemplaria
Associate Professor of English and Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Studies Edward Wheatley's essay "'Blind' Jews and Blind Christians: Metaphorics of Marginalization in Medieval Europe" appears in the Autumn 2002 issue of Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. It is the first published chapter of his cultural studies project on blindness in medieval Britain and France. More ...
Gold Lectured at Pacific Rim Latin Seminar
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold gave a lecture at the Pacific Rim Latin Seminar titled "Martial and Money: Poetry, Begging and Patronage in Flavian Rome" at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand in June, 2002; she also chaired a session at the conference. At the Fall meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, of which she will serve as president for the next two meetings, she will preside over and be the facilitator for a workshop, "Editorial Workshop: Transforming an Oral Presentation into a Publishable Article" and the presidential roundtable on "Classical Studies Curricula Now and Then: Some Global and Local Perspectives." This roundtable will include classicists from South Africa, England, Ireland, New Zealand and Germany. More ...
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