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Klinkner Reviews Caro's LBJ
Hamilton Professor of Government Philip Klinkner reviewed the most recent Robert Caro book in his series on Lyndon Johnson. Klinkner finds LBJ: Master of the Senate to be "like going to an elaborate buffet in order to get the four basic food groups; they both give you what you need along with much, much more." More ...
Hamilton Friends and Alumni Share Art
An article in the Syracuse Post-Standard /Stars hails Hamilton Collects American Art, the Emerson Gallery's most recent show, as an illustration of the importance of sharing. The show presented 62 works of art on loan from 31 friends and alumni of Hamilton college in celebration of Emerson Gallery's 20th anniversary. More ...
Sanchez-Casal Receives Award at Class and Charter Day
At Hamilton's Class and Charter Day Awards Ceremony, Susan Sanchez-Casal was awarded the Samuel and Helen Lang Excellence in Teaching Prize. Sanchez-Casal is a Hewlett Grant recipient for 2002, and participated in the residential summer Institute on diversity moderated by Esther Kingston-Mann, June 2-6, at Eagle Rock Conference Center in Hamilton, NY. Her proposal for the grant was based on developing an integrated pedagogical approach for teaching the freshman seminar course at Hamilton, College 130: Coming of Age in America: Narratives of Difference. More ...
Rubino Interviewed by The Record (NJ)
Carl Rubino, the Edward North Professor of Classics at Hamilton, was interviewed by The Record for an article about the origins of Star Wars heroes and villains. "You see Star Wars and you read Virgil, and you see the similarities right away," says Rubino, who uses Star Wars in his classes. More ...
Luciano Article Published 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 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 ...
Terence A. Burke '78
Alumnus Elected V.P Allegheny Energy
Terence A. Burke '78 was named vice president of Allegheny Energy Service Corporation. Allegheny is a Fortune 500 energy company. More ...
Tejerina-Canal Gives Paper
Professor of Spanish Santiago Tejerina-Canal delivered a paper, "La super/ficción the G.T.B. (y La saga/fuga de J.B.)" at the 55th annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, at the University of Kentucky in April. He also chaired a session on "Memory, Nostalgia and Dialogism." More ...
Class & Charter Day Award Recipients
More than 130 Hamilton students received awards at Class and Charter Day on May 10, an annual convocation recognizing student and faculty excellence during the preceding academic year. Click on the link to see the complete list. More ...
Hamilton Alumnus To Appear On "Wall Street" This Friday
Rich Bernstein '80, Merrill Lynch's chief U.S. strategist, will appear this Friday, May 17, as the featured guest on Louis Rukeyser's Wall Street. More ...
Derek Jones Serves as External Examiner
On May 14, Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, was an External Examiner for Panu Kalmi who was a candidate for the Ph.D. at the Copenhagen Business School. The Ph.D. defense topic was "On the (In)stability of Employee Ownership: Estonian Evidence and Lessons for Transition Economies." (In many Scandinavian countries the Ph.D. defense is a public procedure lasting for a couple of hours.) More ...
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