While some of these institutions encourage the kinds of productive historical dialogue that Karn believes can help former enemies, survivors, and future generations move toward peace, others fuel — or do little to temper — ongoing hostility.
Rick Geier, the Warren ’43 and Lillian Anderson Chair in chemistry at Colgate, has made a career of studying porphyrins and porphyrin-like compounds, in particular finding straightforward ways to make them in a lab.
According to Assistant Professor of Dance Amy Swanson, the contemporary Senegalese dance scene has become a liminal space in which artists can explore expressions of gender and sexuality that are at odds with social norms — as long as they deny they’re doing any such thing.
In his new book, Empires of the Senses, published by Oxford University Press, Rotter offers a study of the ways that English-speaking powers — the British in India, the Americans in the Philippines — experienced the landscapes they had conquered, and how those experiences colored their beliefs about them.
Colgate Assistant Women’s Ice Hockey Coach Stefan Decosse is attempting to answer questions about the geography of hockey itself — how 21st-century economics and infrastructure are remapping the sport.
Marc Maron’s story offers important insights into the ways that negative emotionality and neuroticism develop and change; affect coping, relationships, and daily functioning; and both shape and are shaped by challenging and stressful life experiences.