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Barbara McMartin explains the mosaic of public and private land in the Adirondacks
Barbara McMartin Lecture, "The Adirondacks: Public Activism and Political Rigidity"
Noted author Barbara McMartin delivered a lecture, "The Adirondacks: Public Activism and Political Rigidity," on Feb. 27 in the Fillius Events Barn. McMartin, a resident of the Adirondacks, is the author of Adirondack guidebooks and other books on the forest preserve. In her talk sponsored by the Environmental Studies program, McMartin spoke about the role of public activism and political rigidity in the history of the Adirondacks. McMartin presented cases where attempts to enhance appreciation of the wilderness have been skewed or hindered by disagreements or ineffective governance. More ...
"Cracking India" Conference on Partition to be Held April 12-13
A two-day conference, "Cracking India: Literary and Historical Representations of Partition" will be held on the Hamilton campus, April 12-13. More ...
Image from Eugene Domack's recent research expedition to Antarctica
Hamilton to Host Global Warming in Antarctica Conference
Hamilton College will host a conference, "Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability: A Historical and Paleoenvironmental Perspective," on April 3-5. Keynote speaker Jonathan Overpeck, University of Arizona, will address "A Paleoperspective on Global Warming - the Polar View Could be the Most Important View." More ...
Diasporic Film Series Continues
The Africana Studies Program announces the final offering in its Diasporic Film Series, "Black Shack Alley," on Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. in the Red Pit. The 2002 theme of "The Color Line Revisited: Is Racism Dead?" celebrates Black History Month. Introductory remarks will be given by Professor Joseph Mwantuali will give an introduction. All presentations are free and open to the public. More ...
Kirkland Project Film Series
The Kirkland Project for the Study of Gender, Society and Culture continues its film series, "Sex, Freaks, and the Elderly: Double Features in February," in conjunction with its 2001-02 program theme, The Body in Question. On Thursday, Feb. 28, the films to be screened are "Double the Trouble, Twice the Fun" and "Freaks." All films are free and open to the public, and will be shown at 8 p.m. in KJ Aud. More ...
Live On-Line Chat
Professor of International Affairs Alan Cafruny will moderate a live chat on HOLAC (Hamilton's Online Alumni Community) on Tuesday, March 5, 8 - 9 p.m. EST. titled MADELEINE ALBRIGHT: AMERICAN POLICY BEFORE AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH. Prof. Cafruny will take comments and questions on Madeleine Albright's career as permanent representative to the United Nations and Secretary of State in the Clinton Administration; her successes and failures; and the changes in context of American foreign policy in the Bush Administration especially since September 11th. This chat is offered in conjunction with Secretary Albright's visit to campus as part of the Sacerdote Series Great Names at Hamilton on March 6.

Only registered users of HOLAC may participate in the chat. If you are interested in participating, please reserve your spot today via e-mail: holac@hamilton.edu More ...
Adair on NPR
Assistant Professor of Women's Studies Vivyan Adair was featured in a segment on "Weekend All Things Considered" on NPR on Feb. 23. Adair had been interviewed for the segment on TANF welfare reauthorization while she was in Washington earlier this month. She argues for the need to expand higher education opportunities for welfare recipients. More ...
Richard Rabinowitz to Speak on Feb. 28
Richard Rabinowitz, an early organizer of and principal consultant to the proposed National Underground Railroad and Freedom Center in Cincinnati, will present a lecture, "The Empty Gallery: Why American Museums Can't Interpret the History of Slavery," on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 4:15 p.m. in the Red Pit. The lecture, sponsored by the history department and the Levitt Public Affairs Center, is free and open to the public. More ...
Bartle Publishes Article in Romantic Russia
Associate Professor of Russian John Bartle published "An Annotated Bibliography of Dissertations on Russian Romanticism, 1995-1999" in the journal Romantic Russia vols. 3-5, 1999-2001. More ...
Odamtten Picks Favorite Black Writers
Hamilton Professor of English Vincent Odamtten was asked by the Syracuse Post-Standard to suggest some essential reading for, by and about African-Americans. More ...
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