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Hampshire Mathematics Professor Sarah Hews Published in PLOS ONE on Behavioral Thermoregulation
The article was in collaboration with Renae Brodie, a professor of biological sciences at Mount Holyoke College, and part of Hews’ larger work on energy budget modeling.
Professor Alan Goodman featured in Discover Magazine and Two Podcasts Focused on Race and Structural Racism
Goodman published on the topic of race and biology in Discover in June 2020. His article “Race Is Real, But It’s Not Genetic” examines science’s often dangerous conflation of outcomes and genetics.
Documentary and Panel Explore the Challenges of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Hampshire’s Culture, Brain, and Development program invites the public to watch and debate the award-winning documentary Unrest
Kimberly Chang's New Book Earns National Acclaim
In Accomplice to Memory she explores the boundaries of fiction and memoir
Professor Roosbelinda Cárdenas Wins Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
Grant funds research on book project, Raising Two Fists: Struggles for Black Citizenship in Multicultural Colombia
Tara Bynum to Publish 'Reading Pleasures'
Eighteenth-century writings by African Americans reveal lives of deep religious belief and activism
Christoph Cox Publishes 'Sonic Flux: Sounds, Art, and Metaphysics'
Book launch will be this Saturday evening at NYC arts space The Kitchen
Stephen Dillon Publishes 'Fugitive Life: The Queer Politics of the Prison State'
Prison is a form of slavery when viewed from the perspective of U.S. history, author says
Hampshire Faculty Recognized with Awards, Fellowships, Other Honors
Honors range from a National Science Foundation grant to publication awards and fellowships for research worldwide
Revitalized Holyoke Textile Mill to Host Premiere Exhibition by Hampshire Students and Professor
The show opens with a public reception on Thursday, April 26, 6–9 p.m., and runs for seven days, April 26–May 3
Library Exhibition Interweaves Psychoanalysis, Printmaking, and Poetry by Annie G. Rogers
Opening reception is March 21 for exhibition of Zea Mays artists' prints inspired by the poem Traces
Hampshire College Faculty News: Fall 2017
Hampshire professors continue to produce innovative work this year — books, articles for peer-reviewed journals, films, plays, and presentations
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