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Alfred Kelly
Kelly Publishes Book Review

Alfred Kelly, the Edgar B. Graves Professor of History, published a review of Peter Paret’s Clausewitz in His Time: Essays in the Cultural and Intellectual History of Thinking about War in the current issue of the Canadian Journal of History.  More ...

Philip Klinkner
Media Continues to Highlight Klinkner Trump Research

Beginning with his submission published in Vox titled The easiest way to guess if someone supports Trump? Ask if Obama is a Muslim, Professor of Government Philip Klinkner’s research has been referenced in articles in Salon, Fusion, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, The Guardian and DailyKos and in an MSNBC broadcast.  More ...

"Continental Divide - A History of American Mountaineering" by Maurice Isserman
Library Journal Gives Continental Divide Starred Review

The Library Journal, a major publication for libraries across the country, recently gave Continental Divide – A History of American Mountaineering by Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History, a starred review. “This broad sweep of American mountaineering history will satisfy general history readers and outdoor adventurers alike,” wrote the reviewer.  More ...

Stephen Goldberg
Goldberg Presents at Philosophers’ Conference

Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg presented a paper titled “The Fate of Place and Memory in the Art of Yun-Fei Ji” at the 11th Philosophers’ Conference at the East-West Center in Honolulu on May 25.  More ...

Ann Owen
American Public Media's Marketplace Features Owen

In her seventh interview on American Public Media’s Marketplace program in a year, Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, discussed the recent surge in consumer spending in April. The increase was the largest in more than six years, due in large part to hefty spending on durable goods. Owen said that the “glass half full interpretation” would be that people are feeling more confident and are willing to make big purchases.  More ...

Daniel Dietrich '64
Hamilton Receives $6 Million for Arts Programming from Alumnus Fund

A fund established by 1964 Hamilton graduate Daniel W. Dietrich II, who died last year, has provided the college with a $6 million gift to establish The Daniel W. Dietrich ’64 Fund for Innovation in the Arts and The Daniel W. Dietrich ’64 Arts Museum Programming  Fund. These two funds will significantly expand the College’s already robust arts programming for its faculty, students and community.  More ...

Scott MacDonald
MacDonald Publishes Essay as Book Chapter

“PANORAMA: Three Ecocinematic Territories,” an essay by Visiting Professor of Art History Scott MacDonald, appears as a chapter in the Handbook of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology. Edited by Hubert Zapf, the book was recently published by De Gruyter, a German publishing house.  More ...

VOX Publishes Klinkner Analysis of Trump's Popularity

“You can ask just one simple question to find out whether someone likes Donald Trump more than Hillary Clinton: Is Barack Obama a Muslim? If the answer is yes, 89 percent of the time that person will have a higher opinion of Trump than Clinton.” So began an analysis of results from the 2016 American National Election Study (ANES) pilot survey by James S. Sherman Professor of Government Philip Klinkner published by Vox on June 2.  More ...

Dan Chambliss, Chris Takacs '05
Chambliss, Takacs ’05 Conference Keynote Speakers

Dan Chambliss,  the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, and Christopher Takacs ’05 were recently keynote speakers at the “NoName Facilities Conference” held at the University of Maryland, where they spoke on “How College Works for Students: And How Architecture Makes It Better or Worse.” The conference was a gathering of architects, campus planners and higher education facilities managers.   More ...

Barbara Gold
Gold Presents at Feminism and Classics Conference

Barbara Gold, the Edward North Professor of Classics, presented a paper titled “Were Female Martyrs Transgendered? Perpetua Between Genders” at the seventh triennial Feminism and Classics conference in Seattle on May 20.  More ...

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