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The speculative fiction debut novel by Professor of English Melanie Conroy-Goldman is named a finalist in the Best Book Awards, while her new essay published on Medium explores the genre.…

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19-0042, Belanger Elizabeth, Office Hours, KColton, Trinity, Gabriela Martinez ‘22

 Gabriella and I were talking about online resources that she could use for her family history research in my AMST 260 critical family history course.

With the help of digital mapping tools, a research collaboration between a professor and an HWS technologist reveals how political activism spread across Reconstruction-era St. Louis, Mo. In 2018, Associate…

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Blanchard Book

Described by the Association for Asian Studies as a “triumph of intertextual and intervisual methods in gender studies,” Professor of Art and Architecture Lara Blanchard is the winner of the…

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President Joyce P. Jacobsen appears on the latest episode of “The EdUp Experience” podcast, discussing the Colleges’ COVID-19 response, global studies, enrollment and more. Launched in 2020, the podcast explores…

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Passavant Paul

Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Passavant is a new member of the editorial board of Polity, one of the leading journals in political science. Published by the University of Chicago…

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Associate Professor of Spanish Fernando Rodríguez Mansilla’s reconstruction and analysis of a 17th-century work by Spanish playwright Lope de Vega has been published in Parte XIX Comedias de Lope de…

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Vamos Geneva 2030

A new educational resource offers connection and support for the Spanish-speaking community in and around Geneva. With Vamos Geneva 2030, Hobart and William Smith Colleges and partners from Geneva and…

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Professor of French and Francophone Studies Catherine Gallouët’s scholarship has been published in Poétique et politique de l’altérité. Colonialisme, esclavagisme, exotisme, which translates to the Poetics and Politics of Alterity.…

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Mauer Whitney

For more than 100 years, the Elwha and Glines Canyon dams blocked the passage of salmon in the lower part of the Elwha River on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington…

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Mary L. Coffey

In her new book, Mary L. Coffey, provost and dean of the faculty and a professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies, delves into the novels of Benito Pérez Galdós and…

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