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Austin Briggs
Austin Briggs Attends James Joyce Conference
Austin Briggs, the Hamilton B. Tompkins Professor of English, emeritus, attended the North American James Joyce Conference held at SUNY Buffalo in June. At the conference, he participated on a panel he co-organized, "Joyce and the Visual Arts," and he co-moderated two discussion panels that he co-organized. In addition, as a trustee, Briggs attended a meeting of the Board of the International James Joyce Foundation. More ...
Jay G. Williams '54
Williams '54 Publishes Article
Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religious Studies Jay G. Williams '54 recently published an article,"The Spiritual in Poetry," on the Bestthinking.com Web site. The site is not open to everyone but recognized scholars are invited to join and submit articles to share with other members and the world. More ...
Sam Cho '10 and Adam Van Wynsberghe
New Chemistry Prof. and Hamilton Junior Collaborate in UCSD Lab
Newly hired Assistant Professor of Chemistry Adam Van Wynsberghe became acquainted with Hamilton College before he even arrived. This summer, he and Hamilton student Sam Cho ’10 participated in biophysical chemistry research at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), where Van Wynsberghe was an NIH Kirschstein post-doctoral fellow. He says the experience was “good for both parties” in that while Cho familiarized himself with the sort of research that could consume his career after Hamilton, Van Wynsberghe became acclimated to the Hamilton community through Cho. 
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William Salzillo
Salzillo Print in Susquehanna University Exhibit
A recent print by Professor of Art William Salzillo is included in Susquehanna University’s Lore Degenstein Gallery’s current exhibition opening Saturday, Sept. 5. An opening reception will be held on Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. More ...
John O'Neal
O'Neal Makes Connection Between Rousseau and Queer Studies in Los Angeles Paper
The biennial meeting of the Rousseau Association, held this year in Los Angeles, June 25-28, had as its theme "Rousseau's Legacies." In his paper for this conference, "Saint-Preux Becomes a Woman: Gender-Bending in Rousseau’s La Nouvelle Héloïse" Professor of French John C. O'Neal argues against the depiction of Rousseau as a misogynist by illustrating the profoundly transgendered qualities of the male protagonist in Rousseau's best-selling novel. More ...
Rick Werner
Werner Presents at Conference on Climate Change
Rick Werner, the John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosophy, presented "Pragmatism, Justice, and Sustainability" in August at a conference on Politics, Policy, and Justice at Bern University, Bern, Switzerland. He argues that the consistent underreporting of climate change by recent scientific models, the psychological evidence that our ability to care about others diminishes with both time and space, and the need to look at the whole of justice under conditions of uncertainty present serious challenges to our ability to resolve climate change successfully. More ...
David Rivera
David and Sharon Rivera Publish in Perspectives on Politics
Visiting Assistant Professor of Government David W. Rivera and Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera have published a paper titled “Yeltsin, Putin, and Clinton: Presidential Leadership and Russian Democratization in Comparative Perspective” in the September issue of Perspectives on Politics, one of the core journals of the American Political Science Association. More ...
Hong Gang Jin
Jin Publishes in Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association
Professor of Chinese Hong Gang Jin published an article in a recent issue of Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association (JCLTA). The article, “Participatory Learning in Internet Web Technology: A Study of Three Web Tools in the Context of CFL Learning,” explores Chinese language learning and instruction within a technology-rich, collaborative and participatory learning environment. More ...
Chad Williams
Williams Publishes Book Review
Assistant Professor of History Chad Williams published a review of the book Intensely Human: The Health of the Black Soldier in the American Civil War (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008) by Margaret Humphreys in The Journal of African American History. Williams’ teaching and research interests include the history of African Americans soldiers. More ...
Stephen Goldberg
Goldberg Collaborates on Development Seminar
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg, in collaboration with Melissa Davies, Picker Art Gallery educator, Michael Holobosky, Colgate University graphic artist and imaging specialist, and Kathryn Sabino, AP global history and social studies teacher, Hamilton Central School, conducted “Frames of Engagement: Looking at Asia through Art,” a professional development seminar for teachers, at Colgate University’s Picker Art Gallery, from August 17-21. This was co-sponsored by the gallery and Madison-Oneida BOCES/Mid-State Teacher Center. K-12 teachers participating in the weeklong seminar received 30 hours in-service credit hours.
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