|Recent Faculty News|
|Architecture Award for Professor Naomi Darling
Professor Naomi Darling is a winner of the American Institute of Architecture New England (AIANE) 2013 Citation Award for Excellence in Architecture.
|Rushing for the Arctic's Riches
Professor Michael Klare writes for the Times' Sunday Review on the risk of conflict over contested territories.
|Professor and Students Collaborate on Exhibit
Professor Naomi Darling’s class “Journey and Narrative in Designed Space” worked with alum and curator Patricia Klindienst71F in the design and spatial organization of the exhibit No One Remembers Alone: Memory, Migration, and the Making of an American Family currently at the Yiddish Book Center.
|Dining Out with Prof. Michael Lesy
Prof. Michael Lesy and coauthor Lisa Stoffer's new book, Repast: Dining Out at the Dawn of the New American Century, 1900-1910 is reviewed in GQ by alum Brett Martin 89F.
|Developing a Pearl Millet Thresher
The work of an applied design professor and her students at Hampshire College may result in a greater yield and more efficient preparation of one of the dietary staples of sub-Saharan Africa.
Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies Susan Darlington was interviewed by Australian ABC Radio International.
|CD of Japanese Lullabies
Professor of Film and Photography Abraham Ravett has produced a new CD of Japanese lullabies, which were recorded in rural Japan in 1993. The CD was a collaborative project with Hampshire alum Ryan Mihaly 08F.
|Michael Lesy Featured in Boston Globe
Prof. Michael Lesy and coauthor Lisa Stoffer are interviewed about their upcoming book, Repast: Dining Out at the Dawn of the New American Century, 1900-1910.
|Bernstein’s Theory to be Tested on Space Station
A theory—SuperDense quantum teleportation—posed by Hampshire College physics professor Herbert Bernstein will be tested on the International Space Station.
|Nominated for Literature Prize
Professor Uzma Aslam Khan’s novel, Thinner Than Skin, has been nominated for the 2014 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature.
|More Faculty News and Notes
NSF Grant to Support Research on Evolutionary Computation
Professor's Film as Part of 16th RIDM
Saxophonist and Composer Marty Ehrlich Releases New Recording
Professor Published in American Anthropologist
Salon.com Contributing Writer
Hampshire College Mourns the Loss of David E. Smith
Professor Andrea Dezsö Exhibition
Bugs under Benches
Bill Brand's Masstransiscope Given Second Life
'The Third Carbon Age'
Film Professor Gives New Life to Filmmaker's Work
Professor Michael Lesy Receives Guggenheim Fellowship
2013 Gruber Awards for Excellence in Advising and Teaching
Professor on 'Can A Few Monks Save the Cardamom Forest?'
A Gift to Support Humanities Students’ Research
'Urdu floating at the edge of our Solar System'
'Anticipating a Glorious Death of Our Sun'
Professor and Contributing Writer on 'Bulbs and Roots'
"Understanding Reproductive Justice: A Response to O’Brien"
Ravett Recordings Preserve “A Certain Kind of Life”
Lesy Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
Professor Omar Dahi on "The Rise of the South"
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for Hampshire Professor
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