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Paludi Co-authors Book Chapter

Michele Paludi, the Elihu Root Peace Fund Visiting Professor in Women’s Studies, co-authored a chapter titled “‘Many Phantoms and Obstacles...Looming in Her Way’: Women Faculty in Academe” in Jennifer Martin’s edited two-volume set Women as Leaders in Education (Praeger Publishers).  More ...

Thomas Wilson
Wilson Leads Session on Confucius

Professor of History Thomas Wilson led a seminar session on the “Cult of Confucius” on Oct. 15 at the School of Education at Union Graduate College. Wilson participated on behalf of the Freeman Foundation-funded National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, a grant managed by the Five College Center for Teaching about Asia located at Smith College.  More ...

Goldberg Lectures about the Art of Hunan’s Bronze Vessels

Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg presented a public lecture titled “From Center to Periphery: Regional Culture and Identity in the Ritual Arts of Hunan Province” on Oct. 13, at Bowdoin College. His talk was part of a lecture series in conjunction with the Bowdoin College Museum of Art exhibition “Along the Yangzi River: Regional Culture of the Bronze Age from Hunan.” The exhibition was originally shown at the China Institute in New York City.  More ...

monarchs in flight
TIME for Kids Quotes Williams on Monarchs

Time for Kids, a a weekly classroom news magazine produced by TIME Inc. that covers “a wide range of real-world topics,” focused its Sept. 30 issue on monarch butterflies. Professor of Biology Ernest Williams was quoted extensively throughout the two lead articles that also referenced his recently published study on the decline of monarchs.  More ...

Christine Roback '12, Nathan Livingston '14 and Catherine Prescott '12 at campus site
Third Stone Uncovered by Student Archaeologists

It is not often that an archaeology class has the opportunity to excavate a site of probable historic significance without leaving campus. Having examined a previously discovered inscribed stone at the class’ site, members of the Archaeology of Hamilton’s Founding course have unearthed two additional inscribed stones in their first month of digging. The most recent was uncovered on Sept. 29 and is related to the other two, according to Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale, who developed and teaches the course.  More ...

Hand/Eye magazine
Hand/Eye Magazine Publishes Kuharic Essay

An essay titled “On the Habits and Messages of Yellow” by Kevin Kennedy Professor of Art Katharine Kuharic appears in the 06/Global Color issue of Hand/Eye magazine. The publication, whose focus is “about connecting cultures and inspiring action,” dedicated this issue to the topic of color. In her essay, Kuharic shares her thoughts on yellow’s relevance to us. The article also includes a full page image of one of her paintings titled “Jack’s Original.”  More ...

Symphony Syracuse performing in Fayetteville
Hamilton Hosts Summit on Syracuse Symphony’s Future

In seeking to play a constructive role in the ongoing bankruptcy of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra and the future of symphonic music in Central New York, Hamilton College is hosting “Summit on the Symphony” on Sunday, October 16.  ’The event will bring together leaders from institutions of higher education and government and stakeholder arts organizations in the region, many of whom have been engaged in working on the future of a professional orchestra here.  More ...

S. Brent Plate
Plate Publishes Journal Articles

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies, S. Brent Plate, recently published articles in the scholarly journals Religious Studies and Theology: Interdisciplinary Studies in Religion and New Theology Review. Both deal with relations between religion and media.  More ...

Robin Kinnel
Hamilton Hosts MAALACT Conference

Hamilton hosted the annual meeting of MAALACT, the Middle Atlantic Association of Liberal Arts Chemsitry Teachers, on Oct. 7-8. Founded in 1967, the organization includes chemistry faculty from liberal arts colleges in the Middle Atlantic states and eastern N.Y. that gather yearly to discuss a variety of curricular matters, laboratory safety, how to get grants and other matters of interest.  More ...

John Eldevik
Eldevik Publishes Article, Moderates Conference Session

Assistant Professor of History John Eldevik published an article titled “Bishops in the Medieval Empire: New Perspectives on the Church, State and Episcopal Office” in the peer-reviewed online journal History Compass.  More ...

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