|Recent Faculty News|
|2013 Gruber Awards for Excellence in Advising and Teaching
Professor of Ecology Charlene D’Avanzo and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Sarah Hews were chosen as recipients of the 2013 David Gruber Awards for Excellence in Advising and Teaching.
|Professor on 'Can A Few Monks Save the Cardamom Forest?'
Professor Susan Darlington is quoted in 'Can A Few Monks Save the Cardamom Forest?' about monks who use tree ordination as a means to protect endangered forests.
|A Gift to Support Humanities Students’ Research
A $5,000 gift from Assistant Professor of German and Comparative Literature Alicia E. Ellis and artist and former visiting faculty member David H. Munson will be used to establish Hampshire College’s new Humanities Research Book Grant.
|Professor and Contributing Writer on 'Bulbs and Roots'
Lawrence J. Winship, professor of botany, writes about the ability of wild bulbs and tubers to plant themselves.
|"Understanding Reproductive Justice: A Response to O’Brien"
Hampshire professor Marlene Gerber Fried is lead author for a piece on the history and content of the reproductive justice framework and movement.
|Ravett Recordings Preserve “A Certain Kind of Life”
Film and photography professor Abraham Ravett takes on projects for varied reasons. But underlying his decades of diverse work is a constant urge, a process of "resurrecting, archiving, and bringing a certain kind of life" to the images and sounds he records.
|Lesy Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
Michael Lesy, a professor of literary journalism at Hampshire College, has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to support his research.
|Professor Omar Dahi on "The Rise of the South"
Economics professor Omar Dahi was a panelist at a conference organized by the Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University. The conference focused on "The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World."
|Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for Hampshire Professor
Professor Rachel Rubinstein has been selected as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar to Israel, where she will lecture and conduct research during academic year 2013-2014.
|Winter/Spring 2013: Faculty News and Notes
Exploring How Microorganisms May Help Form Minerals
'Powder Keg in the Pacific'
Quantum Teleportation Theory Pushes Boundaries in Field
Professor Reports on High-Spirited Debate for the Guardian
Professor Quoted in "Has Humanity’s Explosion Become a Population Bomb?"
Alan Goodman Interviewed About RACE: Are We So Different?
Professor Andrea Dezsö: “The Metal is Paper”
'The United States Heads to the South China Sea': Professor Michael Klare's recent article on U.S. policy regarding the island disputes in the East and South China Seas is now the lead article at foreignaffairs.com, the website of Foreign Affairs magazine.
Abraham Ravett produced and directed a two disc dvd of the great North Indian Classical vocalist Devashish Dey, performing at Smith College in April, 2012. The compilation includes a conversation with Devasish Dey recorded at Hampshire College. Made in collaboration with Hampshire College Media Services, and alums Mike Rice and Jack Furtado.
Every child is precious, political philosophy professor Falguni Sheth reminds us, reflecting on the loss of lives from drone strikes. Professor Sheth was recently interviewed on BBC Weekend as well as quoted in The Guardian.
"Building a New Syria":Economics professor Omar S. Dahi participated in a recent Carnegie Endowment conference on Building a New Syria, speaking on socio-economic challenges.
Professor Susan Darlington’s The Ordination of a Tree: A new book by Professor Sue Darlington examines a Buddhist monastic movement in Thailand that aims to reverse environmental degradation and unsustainable economic development through ordination of a tree.
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