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Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz Co-Edits New Book
Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz is the editor of a new book, Among Women: From the Homosocial to the Homoerotic in the Ancient World,. The book, co-edited with Lisa Auanger, was published by the University of Texas Press this spring. Rabinowitz wrote the introduction and a substantial article, "Excavating Female Homoeroticism: The Evidence from Greek Vase Painting." Rabinowitz also gave two talks in the spring semester, based on her new work on Greek vase painting and the representation of women. In June, she presented "Women's `Support Groups' on Attic Vase Painting," at the Classics Association of Canada; she gave the Rexine Lecture in Classics at Colage in April, titled "Reading Anachronistically?: Feminist Criticism and Ancient Greek Vase Painting. More ...
Reynolds on Sabbatical in Ireland
Patrick Reynolds, associate professor of biology, has been on sabbatical at The Martin Ryan Marine Science Institute National University in Galway, Ireland. He has been researching Irish coastal fauna. Reynolds also recently contributed several articles to the Encyclopedia of Oceanography and Marine Sciences. More ...
Kantrowitz Lectures at Functional Spaces Conference
Robert Kantrowitz, associate professor of mathematics presented a lecture, "Irrotational and rotational square roots," about square roots of invertible elements of Banach algebras at the Fourth Conference on Function Spaces at Southern Illinois University. More ...
Pierce Published Article in Journal of Psychosocial Oncology
Associate Professor of Psychology Gregory Pierce published an article, "The social context of coping with prostate cancer," in the Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. More ...
Pierce Publishes Article in Journal of Rehabilitation Psychology
Associate Professor of Psychology Gregory Pierce wrote an article, "Issues in the study of stress and coping in rehabilitation settings," which appeared in the Journal of Rehabilitation Psychology. More ...
Shields Publishes Article in JACS
Professor of Chemistry George Shields published an article, "Absolute pKa Determinations for Substituted Phenols," in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Shields co-authored the paper with Hamilton undergraduate Matthew Liptak '03. More ...
Tejerina-Canal Spends Sabbatical Organizing ALDEEU Symposium
Professor of Spanish Santiago Tejerina-Canal spent his sabbatical organizing and directing the “International Encounter 2001: Una odiesa del espacio…entre raices, catedrales y rascacielos,” which took place at the University of Leon in July. It was the second ALDEEU (Spanish Professional in America) symposium Tejerina-Canal organized, with 18 sessions and more than 60 panelists. He also delivered a paper, “Antruido y las vacas locas,” at the symposium. More ...
Tejerina-Canal Published Article in El Nuevo Horizonte
Professor of Spanish Santiago Tejerina-Canal published an article "A una parte del cristal: Profesionales españoles en Estados Unidos" in Carmen Flys Junquera and Juan E. Cruz Cabrera ed. "El nuevo horizonte: España/Estados Unidos (El legado de 1848 y 1898 frente al nuevo milenio)," (Madrid: Universidad de Alcalá, Biblioteca de Estidios Norteamericanos, 2001). This is part of the 1848 and 1898 commemoration of the Guadalupe-Hidalgo and Paris treaties among USA, Mexico and Spain. His article is part of the selected proceedings of the international conference that took place in five different sites: San Juan, Puerto Rico, Quezon City, Phillipines, Berkeley, Miami, and Madrid. He was guest speaker in Madrid as former president of ALDEEU (Spanish Professionals in America). More ...
Odamtten Presents Lecture at Syracuse University
Professor of English Vincent Odamtten gave a lecture in connection with the 45th anniversary celebration of Ghana's Independence titled "The Legacy of Kwame Nkrumah: Neocolonialism and Morality in an Age of Terror" at Syracuse University. More ...
Klinkner Finds Republicans Sending New Message
Hamilton Professor of Government Philip Klinkner was quoted in the Democrat & Chronicle for an article exploring the recent Republican attempts at wooing Latinos. The selection of Dora Irizarry as the GOP candidate for New York state attorney general has caused many to sit up and take notice. Klinkner believes, "Irizarry's selection may be more important among suburban Republicans and independents - moderates looking for clues that the GOP is inclusive - than among Latinos." More ...
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