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Hamessley Presents at Society for American Music

Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley presented a paper titled “‘Shattered Image’: Appalachian White-Trash Femininities in the Songs of Dolly Parton” at the annual meeting of the Society for American Music held March 5-9 in Lancaster, Pa.  More ...

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Hamessley Presents at American Musicological Society

Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley presented a paper titled “Elizabethan Music in 1930s America: Paul Green’s Symphonic Drama, The Lost Colony (1937)” at the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society held Nov. 7-10 in Pittsburgh, Pa.  More ...

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Hamessley Presents at International Conference

Lydia Hamessley, professor of music, presented a talk titled “Elizabethan Music Then and Now: Music in Paul Green’s The Lost Colony (1937)” at the international conference New Elizabethans 1953-2013: Nation, Culture, and Modern Identity,  that coincided with the 60-year anniversary of the coronation.  The conference was held June 13-15 in London, UK.  More ...

Teaching Award recipients Lydia Hamessley and Rob Knight. Missing from photo: Abhishek Amar.
Teaching Awards Presented to Amar, Hamessley and Knight

Hamilton College’s highest awards for teaching were presented to three faculty members during the annual Class & Charter Day ceremony on May 13. Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Abhishek Amar and Rob Knight, assistant professor of art, received awards. Assistant Professor of Government Ted Lehmann was named the recipient of Student Assembly’s Sidney Wertimer Award.  More ...

Kirkland Town Library and Burke Library Awarded NEH Grant

The Kirkland Town Library (KTL) and Hamilton’s Burke Library are joint recipients of  a $2,500 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant to fund a program  “America’s Music: A Film History of Our Popular Music from Blues to Bluegrass to Broadway.”  More ...

Professor Lydia Hamessley teaches an online alumni music class, "Music in American Film." Online participants' interactions are displayed on the screen on right.
Music in American Film Advances Idea of Lifelong Learning

Saying goodbye to Hamilton and its people is hard enough for graduating seniors. But on top of having to separate themselves from the place they know and love, they are forced to accept the fact that Hamilton-level philosophizing simply doesn’t happen from 9-to-5 —at least, not on a daily basis. Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley found a way to keep gradautes engaged with a new online class - Hamilton's first.  More ...

Susan Skerritt K'77 speaking with Hannah Weisman '13 at Finance Bootcamp
Campus Engagement: A Trustee Priority

Despite a weekend full of committee meetings, members of the Hamilton Board of Trustees still found many opportunities to engage one-on-one and collectively with students, faculty and staff during the Board's quarterly meeting March 1-2 in Clinton. Here are a few occasions of those occasions.  More ...

Members of The Seldom Scene
Bluegrass Legend The Seldom Scene to Perform

The Hamilton College Performing Arts Series and Kirkland Art Center join forces to present bluegrass legend The Seldom Scene on Friday, Nov. 2, at 8 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts.  More ...

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Hamessley Presents at International Symposium

Lydia Hamessley, professor of music, presented a talk titled “‘Music on Which the Story Might Ride’: Music in Paul Green’s The Lost Colony (1937)” at the international symposium, Roanoke Conundrum – Fact & Fiction. The symposium was held Oct. 6-10 in Manteo, N.C., to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the outdoor pageant The Lost Colony.  More ...

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Hamessley Presents at Music Society Meeting

Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley presented a paper titled “Elizabethan Music in North Carolina: Paul Green’s Symphonic Drama, The Lost Colony (1937)” at the annual meeting of the Society for American Music held March 14-18 in Charlotte, N.C.

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