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PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT NEWS

Felder of East Aurora Awarded

Zachary Felder '18 has been named the current recipient of the William and Diane Green P'83, P'87 East Aurora Community Scholarship. The scholarship rewards academic excellence and leadership by providing financial assistance to students from East Aurora High School to attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges. An event celebrating Felder and recent recipients will take place on Thursday, April 24...
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Ann Palmeri Lecture Hosts María Lugones

The annual Ann Palmeri Lecture in Feminist Philosophy is proud to announce that María Lugones, an associate professor of comparative literature and philosophy, interpretation, and culture and of philosophy and of women's studies at Binghamton University, will present a talk "Decolonial Feminist Coalition Across the Americas." One of the most influential feminist philosophers of the past few decad...
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Bonney '14: Academic All-America of the Year

Richie Bonney '14, a forward for Hobart College basketball, has been named the 2013-14 Capital One Academic All-America of the Year for Division III men's basketball, becoming the first student-athlete in the history of the Colleges to receive the prestigious national honor. This season also marks the second year in a row that Bonney has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America Division...
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Pollack ’55, Gallery Featured

A five-person art show curated by Edward T. Pollack '55 was the subject of an art review in the Portland Press Herald. Owner of A Fine Thing: Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts in Portland, Maine, Pollack has an extensive collection that includes etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, drawings, and photographs and other print media. He also has a collection of rare books and antiques, and is a member of the I...
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Krummel Presents in Tokyo

Assistant Professor of Religion John Krummel recently presented a talk "Philosophy and Japanese Philosophy in the World" at the University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy (UTCP). The talk was part of the program, "Opening up tetsugaku: the making of the Journal of Japanese Philosophy," held on Jan. 10. Krummel serves as an editor of the Journal of Japanese Philosophy, published by SUNY Press. "The...
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