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Friday Think Tank Will Feature Hagstrom
This Friday's Think Tank will feature a discussion about the conflict between immigration policy and welfare policy. Featured speaker for the talk, which begins at 12 noon in KJ 222, will be Economics Professor Paul Hagstrom. Lunch will be provided. More ...
Phil Klinkner, Associate Professor of Government
Chat LIVE with Professor Phil Klinkner Tonight at 8 p.m. EDT
On Thursday, October 25, from 8-9 p.m. EDT, in a live online chat, Professor Phil Klinkner will discuss the events of September 11 and how President Bush's response compares to the actions of past leaders in times of national crisis. Only registered members of HOLAC (Hamilton's Online Alumni Community) may participate in the chat. More ...
Ralf Hartmann Lecture
Ralf Frank Hartmann, Ph.D. University of Marburg, will give an illustrated lecture, "Wanderers between Two Worlds: Two Late Works of Johann Wolfgang Goethe and Karl Friedrich Schinkel" on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 4:10 p.m. in room 218 List. Sponsored by the art department and the German department. More ...
Kirk Pillow
Kirk Pillow in Faculty Lecture Series
The first talk in the new Faculty Lecture Series was held Friday, Oct. 12. Assistant Professor of Philosophy Kirk Pillow spoke on the topic "Does Goodman's Distinction Survive LeWitt?" He describes his talk as follows: "Philosopher Nelson Goodman argues that certain art forms (painting, sculpture) can be forged while others (music, literature) cannot be forged (when forgery is understood in a certain way). In the talk Pillow used the 'wall drawings' of conceptual artist Sol LeWitt to raise problems with Goodman's germinal distinction between autographic and allographic art forms." The Faculty Lecture Series provides an occasion to highlight the scholarly work of the faculty and make it accessible to a general audience. Each talk will last 20 to 30 minutes, followed by discussion and questions. More ...
Jazz Vocalist Dianne Reeves
Jazz Vocalist Dianne Reeves to Perform on Saturday
Jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves will perform on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. at Wellin Hall in the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts, Hamilton College. This concert is the first of five in the Contemporary Voices and Visions Series. In this program, Reeves reclaims the priceless legacy of Sarah Vaughan, as heard on her heralded Blue Note recording, The Calling: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan. More ...
Stephen Orvis, Associate Professor of Government
Lessons from Past Wars
An op-ed, "U.S. Must Heed Lessons from Past Wars Against Elusive Enemies," written by Stephen Orvis, associate professor of government, was published in the Sunday, October 7 issue of the Syracuse Post-Standard. More ...
Emerson Gallery Opens Three Exhibitions
The Emerson Gallery is featuring three new exhibitions, Selections from the Samuel Hopkins Adams Collection of Prints by Currier and Ives, Christmas with Thomas Nast, and The Mother of God: Iconographic Representations of Mary, all which will be on view through December 21. More ...
Philosophy Professor Robert Bernasconi to Lecture
The Africana Studies Program presents its Fall Series on "Race," featuring Robert Bernasconi, The Lillian and Morrie Moss Professor of Excellence in Philosophy, University of Memphis on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 4 p.m. in the Red Pit. His talk is titled "Our Duty to Conserve: W. E. B. Du Bois and The Conservation of Races." More ...
Edward North Professor of Classics Carl Rubino traveled to Towson, MD, for the fall meeting of the Classical Assocation of the Atlantic States, where he is chaired a panel of journal editors from the region. Rubino is book review editor of the American Journal of Philology. More ...
Cover of "Kingdom of Children"
Mitchell Stevens' Book Noted in Chronicle
Mitchell Stevens, assistant professor of sociology and author of Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement, talks about his book and the different home-school constituencies in the Chronicle of Higher Education's "Hot Type" column (Oct. 11 issue). More ...
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