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Pamela Stone's Research Finds Oppression and Inequality in Medicine May Affect Childbirth Outcomes
Research examines the global medical establishment's false perceptions of the weakness of the female body and the greatest health risks to women during childbirth
Chautauqua Institution Features Professor Darlington and Advisor Bernstein in Summer Lecture Series
Professor Susan Darlington and Rabbi Ellen Bernstein were invited to deliver lectures at the esteemed Institution which hosts more than 100,000 guests per summer
Can Art Fight War?
Barskova, associate professor of Russian literature at Hampshire, is one of her country’s most famous poets, and 2015 winner of Russia’s oldest independent literary award, the Andrei Bely Prize
Hampshire Professor D’Avanzo Writes Eco-Mystery
D'Avanzo's debut novel, Cold Blood, Hot Sea, uses fiction to engage readers in climate-change science and politics
Collections, Connections, and (at least) One Collision: NSS Summer 2016
Non Satis Scire, Hampshire's Alumni Magazine, Summer 2016
Professor Girmay's New Book Is A National Poetry Month Pick by Oprah.com, NBC News
Girmay's new collection The Black Maria draws praise and recommendations by national media
Professor Emeritus Coppinger on 'The Dogs Without Collars'
Ray Coppinger and his wife Lorna's new book, What Is A Dog? was recently featured in The New York Times
Professor Johnson Publishes Book on China's One-Child Policy
Kay Ann Johnson's book documents the effects of China's one-child policy on the country and its people
Matthews Retirement Exhibit Reflects on Her Time at Hampshire
Sandra Matthews's retirement exhibit will be presented in the Leo Model Gallery from March 22 to April 15 with an opening reception on March 24
New Faculty Q&A with Jennifer Bajorek
Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Jennifer Bajorek talks photography and decolonization, art and politics, and riding a motorcycle in high heels.
America's tap dance historian donates life's work to Library of Congress and public
Library of Congress Performing Arts Encyclopedia releases definitive history of American tap dance by Constance Valis Hill, Five College Professor of Dance at Hampshire College
Hampshire Professors Raymond Coppinger and Mark Feinstein Collaborate on 'How Dogs Work'
Coppinger and Feinstein’s new book examines dog behavior from evolutionary and cognitive science perspectives.
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