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Stephen J. Goldberg
Goldberg's Essay in German Exhibition Catalog

Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg published an essay, “On the Contemporary Art of Chinese Calligraphy,” with André Kneib, a professor in the Chinese Department at the École des Langues Orientales in Paris. The essay appears in English and German in the exhibition catalog Bilder werden geschieban, The Art of Writing: Contemporary Art from Three Cultures.  More ...

De Bao Xu
Xu Gives Keynote Address at International Conference

Professor of Chinese De Bao Xu gave the keynote speech at the 47th International Conference on Elementary Chinese Education (ICECE) held July 20-22 at the University of Zhengzhou Normal University, Henan Province, China. Xu’s address focused on macro Chinese education.  More ...

Joseph Mwantuali
Congolese News Groups Introduce Mwantuali’s Novel

L’impair de la nation by Associate Professor of French Joseph Mwantuali was introduced to the Congolese public by Groupe L’Avenir and Digital Congonet, two major Congolese news groups.  More ...

Jane Springer
Springer’s Poems Published

Several poems by Visiting Assistant Professor of English Jane Springer have recently been published in literary magazines.  More ...

Goodale, Jones and Beck Publish in Evolution

Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale and Professors of Anthropology Tom Jones and Charlotte Beck recently published an article titled “Natural Selection and Material Culture” in a special edition of the journal Evolution: Education and Outreach.  More ...

A. Todd Franklin leading a workshop at summer camp in the Republic of Georgia
Franklin Conducts Workshops in Republic of Georgia

A. Todd Franklin, professor of philosophy, conducted six days of workshops from Aug. 2-7 on the nature of a liberal arts education as part of an academic summer camp for students of LOGOS, a private high school in Tbilisi, Georgia. Founded by Giorgi Chavleishvili ’08, LOGOS is unlike other high schools in the Republic of Georgia, providing students with a full college prep curriculum consisting mainly of small discussion oriented classes.  More ...

Five Faculty Members Promoted to Professor

Dean of Faculty Patrick Reynolds announced the promotion of five Hamilton faculty members to the rank of professor.  Todd Franklin, philosophy; Marianne Janack, philosophy; Katherine Kuharic, art; Bruce Walczyk, dance and movement studies; and Steven Yao, English and creative writing, were promoted effective July 1.  More ...

Ann Owen
Owen Discusses Bernanke's Options

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, was interviewed for an American Public Media Marketplace evening report about what Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke might announce at Friday’s conference in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Owen said the Fed could trade its holdings in short-term Treasuries for long-term ones and that  the goal of that would be to lower long-term interest rates.  More ...

Peter Rabinowitz
Peter Rabinowitz Publishes Article in Style

Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz has published “‘The Absence of Her Voice from that Concord’: The Value of the Implied Author” in a special issue of Style. The essay is an expansion and refinement of a paper originally given at the International Conference on Narrative in Birmingham, England, in 2009.  More ...

Isserman Presents Bicentennial Book

Years of dedicated research, writing and design have culminated in the publishing of On the Hill: A Bicentennial History of Hamilton College. On Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 1:30-2:30 p.m., Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History and the book’s author, will speak briefly about the book and sign copies in the  Burke Library Browsing Room.  More ...

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