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S. Brent Plate
Plate Makes Presentations Across Europe

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate recently gave presentations at several venues in Europe. He discussed interreligious relations in Spain and then traveled to Sweden and Germany to discuss sacred scriptures and texts.  More ...

Seniors Brisa Camacho-Lovell and Katie Conroy marvel at the Technicolor dyes on display in the Eastman Museum atrium.
Hispanic Studies Class Visits Eastman Museum

Students in the Hispanic Studies Latin American film course (HSPT 323/423) recently visited the George Eastman Museum, in Rochester, N.Y., home to an important celluloid film collection. They viewed key works in the George Eastman archives and toured climate-controlled celluloid vaults.  More ...

Sharon Werning Rivera
Rivera Publishes Article in Russian Journal

Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera recently published an article titled “Is Russia Too Unique to Learn from Abroad? Elite Attitudes on Foreign Borrowing and the West, 1993-2012” in Sravnitel’naya politika (Comparative Politics).  More ...

Azriel Grysman
Grysman Publishes Articles on Gender and Memory

Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Azriel Grysman was the co-author of articles published recently in the journals Memory and Memory & Cognition. The articles report results research on gender and memory, conducted with his colleagues at Emory University.  More ...

Roberta Krueger
Krueger Presents Invited Lecture at Mizzou

Roberta Krueger, the Burgess Professor of French, presented an invited lecture titled “Piety and Profanity in Medieval Conduct Books: The Case of Antoine de la Sale’s Jean de Saintré” at the University of Missouri on April 7.  More ...

Cameron Brick
Brick’s Research Referenced in Article

A paper titled “Unearthing the ‘Green’ Personality: Core Traits Predict Environmentally Friendly Behavior,” co-authored by Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Cameron Brick, was referenced in an article that appeared in the Santa Barbara Independent (Santa Barbara, Calif.) on April 10.  More ...

Dan Chambliss
NPR's Hidden Brain Highlights Chambliss Research

During an April 5  NPR Hidden Brain podcast titled “Grit,”  University of Pennsylvania psychologist Angela Duckworth spoke about research conducted by Daniel Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology. Duckworth described Chambliss as “one of my favorite thinkers on this topic,” and referenced his extensive research on Olympic swimmers.  More ...

Jesse Weiner
Weiner Hosts Conference on Campus

Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics Jesse Weiner hosted a conference titled “The Modern Prometheus; or, Frankenstein” on April 8-9. The interdisciplinary symposium explored the ways in which the literature, mythology and philosophy of Greek and Roman antiquity inform Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and its later traditions.  More ...

The Hamilton Mathletics team - winner of the annual Snow Bowl competition.
Mathletics Team Wins Snow Bowl Competition

The Hamilton Mathletics team won first place in the annual Snow Bowl competition, edging out teams from Colgate University, Skidmore College and St. Lawrence University. Each team’s top five scores on the William Lowell Putnam Exam, given in December, were added together to determine the winner.   More ...

Mary Sisler
Sisler Interviewed by La Repubblica.it

Part of an interview with Visiting Assistant Professor of Italian Mary Sisler appeared in the March 23 edition of La Repubblica.it, the online version of the well-known Italian newspaper. The interview focused on the likelihood that the famous Bronte sisters owe their last name to a small Sicilian town located at the foothills of Mt. Etna.  More ...

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