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Raybeck Presents Paper at CONTACT Conference
Douglas Raybeck, professor of anthropology, attended the Sixteenth Annual CONTACT Conference and presented his article, "What We Don't Know: Problems in Extraterrestrial Communication." More ...
Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz Publishes Volume
Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz has published a co-edited volume titled "Among Women: From the Homosocial to the Homoerotic in the Ancient World," with an introduction and essay by her. She has presented new work on Greek vase painting at the Barnard Feminist Art History Conference, "Doing Gender with Clothes in Attic Vase Painting," and at the Open University (UK) conference on the Clothed Body in the Ancient World, "Is My Bum Big in This?: Constructing Bodies in Greek Vase Painting." More ...
Philip Zweig '68 Op-Ed in New York Times
Philip Zweig, a 1968 graduate of Hamilton, wrote an op-ed about the Enron crisis that was published in The New York Times (Feb. 2). Zweig is the second Hamilton alumnus in two weeks to be published in The Times' op-ed section; Michael Granof '63 wrote an op-ed that was published on Jan. 23. More ...
Lauralyn Kolb Releases CD
Lecturer in Music Lauralyn Kolb's new compact disc was released by New World Records, Inc. The CD, "Just-Spring: Art Songs of John Duke," with pianist Tina Toglia, is part of New World Records' Recorded Anthology of American Music. More ...
Religious Studies Professor Jay Williams
Jay Williams Publishes Book
Religious Studies Professor Jay Williams published a new book, The Way of Adam, which is now available through 1st Books (December, 2001). It tells the story of Adam, a child born of Heaven and Earth who leaves his cavern home and eventually leads a company from the great city on a quest for the secret that will end the woes of the City of Man. The text draws upon a variety of Biblical, astrological, numerological, mythological and Daoist symbols. More ...
Classics Professor Shelley Haley Takes Class to Field Museum
Professor of Classics Shelley Haley took the 23 students in her Ancient Egypt class to Chicago's Field Museum to view the traveling exhibit "Cleopatra: One Woman, Many Faces" in November. The Field Museum was the only North American stop for the exhibit, which featured many artifacts from Cleopatra's time. Haley and the students also visited the permanent collection of Ancient Egyptian artifacts housed in the museum. More ...
Cryer's Play Gets Rave Reviews

Professor Mark Cryer's play, 99 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Black Person, played to sold out audiences and rave reviews. The work, suggests the Utica Observer-Dispatch, should be staged for new audiences, as "the message here is one for all generations."  More ...

Liz Casey '03 hugs Jennifer Borton, assistant professor of psychology
Women's Basketball Players Honor Professors
On Saturday, Jan. 26, the women's basketball team honored their favorite professors in a pre-game ceremony in Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. The professors were selected for mentoring and giving inspiration to these student athletes. More ...
SAAC Holding Food Drive This Weekend
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is holding a food drive this weekend for a local food bank in Utica. Those planning to attend any games at Hamilton this weekend are asked to bring non-perishable food items. After the holiday season donations drop off and food banks are in desperate need of food. Starting on Friday, collection boxes will be in the Athletic lobby and in easy-to-spot places in the Field House. The food bank in Utica is looking for any non-perishable items such as peanut butter, ramen soup, canned goods, cereals etc. More ...
Rabinowitz Published in The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard
Peter J. Rabinowitz, professor of comparative literature published, "Narrative Difficulties in Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon," in The Cambridge Companion to Tom Stoppard, edited by Katherine E. Kelly (Cambridge University Press, 2001). More ...
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