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Madeleine Albright
Madeleine Albright Lecture in March
Madeleine Albright, secretary of state under former President Bill Clinton, will give a free public lecture at Hamilton College on Wednesday, March 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. As has been the custom in the past, schools and organizations with 20-40 people wishing to attend together, should contact the Hamilton College Office of Student Activities by February 15 to make arrangements, (315) 859-4194. More ...
McEnroe and Pokinski Co-edit Critical Perspectives on Art History
John McEnroe and Deborah Pokinski, art history associate professors, co-edited Critical Perspectives on Art History (Prentice Hall, 2002). The book presents essays with conflicting points of view on specific issues and themes in art history and focuses the reader on critically evaluating the differences in interpretations and approaches More ...
Art History Associate Professor John McEnroe Edits Encyclopedia
Associate Professor of Art History John McEnroe is co-editor of Artists, Writers, and Musicians, An Encyclopedia of People Who Changed The World (Oryx Press), a multicultural reference tool that examines 200 artists, writers, and musicians from around the world. More ...
Dan Chambliss Interviewed, Study Referenced in The Christian Century
Sidney Wertimer Professor of Sociology Dan Chambliss was interviewed for an article titled "Mundane Excellence" in The Christian Century (Jan. 2-9, 2002). Chambliss' essay, "The Mundanity of Excellence," a report on a three-year empirical study of excellent swimmers, is referenced. Chambliss concluded that the major difference between swimmers who win Olympic medals and those who don't is not talent, but the care and consistency with which Olympic swimmers engage in the mundane activities that prepare them for competition. More ...
Herold Speaks at the Computing and Philosophy Conference
Ken Herold, library systems manager, delivered a lecture titled "Objects of Applied Philosophy of Information in Librarianship" at the January Computing and Philosophy Conference at Oregon State University, Corvallis. He invited the audience to appreciate the difficulties and contributions of libraries in augmenting our traditional duties in the electronic age. More ...
CAB Presents: Improv Asylum
The Improv Asylum Touring Company show combines fast paced, spontaneous hilarity with wry and insightful sketches to create an instantaneous interactive performance. More ...
CAB Presents: Kris Delmhorst
On stage, Kris relates to her audience without pretense and plays with infectious joy. Kris’s skills on cello, fiddle, and voice are in constant demand. More ...
Cheng Li Speaks Before the U.S.-China Business Council
Cheng Li, professor of government, spoke before the U.S.-China Business Council on January 31. The U.S.-China Business Council is the principal organization of U.S. companies engaged in trade and investment in the People's Republic of China. Founded in 1973, the Council serves more than 250 corporate members through offices in Washington, D.C., Beijing and Shanghai. More ...
Li Among Experts for New Journal
Professor of Government Cheng Li is one of the experts contributing to the Hoover Institution's newest cyberjournal, which focuses on tracking the latest developments in China's political leadership. The China Leadership Monitor, reports the Associated Press, is aimed at analyzing the major leadership transition expected to occur in China later this year. Cheng Li's first contribution is titled: "After Hu, Who?- China's Provincial Leaders Await Promotion." More ...
Phuong Nguyen
Teaching People About Each Other
What does it mean to be in the minority? How would you define the term "white privilege?" Although the opinions came from a diverse assortment of voices, one overriding theme prevailed — the desire to understand things from other perspectives. More ...
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