• Pavitra Sundar, associate professor of literature, delivered a series of talks on her book, Listening with a Feminist Ear (University of Michigan Press, 2023).

  • The American Comparative Literature Association awarded the 2024 René Wellek Prize for Best Edited Collection to Thinking with an Accent (University of California Press, 2023), an open-access volume co-edited by Associate Professor of Literature Pavitra Sundar.

  • Nine faculty members were approved for tenure by the College’s Board of Trustees at its March meeting.

  • Emma Kerkman ’25 has been selected as the winner of the Dell Award, formerly the Isaac Asimov Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing for her story, “Lolo’s Last Run.”

  • National and regional news organizations regularly interview Hamilton faculty, staff, alumni, and students for their expertise and perspectives on current events, and to feature programs and activities on campus. January’s news topics included DEI policies, prison writing, and book banning, among others.

  • The original draft manuscript to what would become the musical sensation Annie — with handwritten annotations by its author Thomas Meehan ’51 — has found a home in Hamilton’s permanent collection.

  • "Inside Knowledge: Incarcerated People on the Failures of the American Prison," by Doran Larson, the Edward North Chair of Greek and Greek Literature and Professor of Literature and Creative Writing, was published this week by NYU Press.

  • More than 125 Hamilton students conducted research with faculty this summer, and the results of that work were on display in poster sessions held during Fallcoming. Some student researchers in the sciences and the Levitt Public Affairs Center talked with student writer Dana Blatte ’26 about what they learned.

  • Associate Professor of Literature Pavitra Sundar recently published Listening with a Feminist Ear (University of Michigan Press, 2023). The book, which focuses on mainstream Bombay cinema, identifies singing, listening, and speaking as key sites in which gendered notions of identity and difference take form.

  • Zoe Neely ’25 has long dabbled in social media, all the while considering a shift into marketing. When the right opportunity finally presented itself, she took full advantage. This summer she is a marketing intern on the syndication team at NBC.

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