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Shirin Ebadi and Dr. Bernard Kouchner
Nobel Peace Prize Panel is April 24

Two recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize will participate in a panel at Hamilton College as part of the Sacerdote Great Names Series on Wednesday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m., in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. The event is free and open to the public.  More ...

Asle Toje
Toje Describes EU's Nobel Peace Prize as Controversial

Asle Toje, acting research director for the Norwegian Nobel Institute, visited Hamilton on March 8 to discuss the history of the Nobel Peace Prize and its most recent recipient, the European Union. As research director Toje is responsible for gathering information on Nobel candidates for review by the Nobel committee.  More ...

Shirin Ebadi and Bernard Kouchner
Sacerdote Great Names Series to Host Nobel Peace Prize Recipients

Two recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize will participate in a panel at Hamilton College as part of the Sacerdote Great Names Series on Wednesday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m., in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. The event coincides with the 100th anniversary of Hamilton’s own Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1864 graduate and Clinton native Elihu Root, who won the 1912 award.  More ...

Asle Toje
Asle Toje Lecture Rescheduled

The lecture by Asle Toje, research director for the Norwegian Nobel Institute, originally scheduled for Thursday, March 7, has been rescheduled for Friday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m., in the Taylor Science Center, room 3024. Toje's original flight from Iceland was cancelled.  More ...

Asle Toje
Norwegian Nobel Institute Research Director to Lecture

Asle Toje, research director for the Norwegian Nobel Institute, will present a lecture titled “The Nobel Peace Prize and the EU,” on Thursday, March 7, at 7:30 p.m., in the Bradford Auditorium, KJ. His lecture is sponsored by the Hamilton Government department and is free and open to the public.  More ...

2012 Marks the Centennial of Elihu Root's Nobel Peace Prize

From his former home at the peak of College Hill to the blue New York State Historic Marker outside his birthplace at Buttrick Hall, Elihu Root looms large over the campus as one of Hamilton’s favorite sons. Yet his legacy extends far beyond College Hill: 2012 marks the centennial of Root’s 1912 Nobel Peace Prize for his pioneering work in international relations.  More ...

Portrait by Théobald Chartran, 1903, Emerson Gallery, Hamilton College
2012 is Centennial of Elihu Root's Nobel Peace Prize

From his former home at the peak of College Hill to the blue New York State Historic Marker outside his birthplace at Buttrick Hall, Elihu Root, Class of 1864, looms large over the campus as one of Hamilton’s favorite sons. Yet his legacy extends far beyond College Hill: 2012 marks the centennial of Root’s 1912 Nobel Peace Prize for his pioneering work in international relations.  More ...

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