Jacques Derrida and Deconstruction Link
"This project is to produce an online dictionary of the terms used by, or derived from, the work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari." A somewhat disorganized site, with many dead links. Dictionary entries are of inconsistent quality; some very good, some quite poor. Use with caution.
Managed and arranged by Charles Stivale, this is the most up to date list of D+G resources available, including translations of many texts not available in print in English.
Gilbert DeBartolo worked with Professor Robert Haveman to write a paper that subsequently was published in the American Economic Review. Gilbert viewed that experience of doing mentored original research as one of the highlights of his Grinnell career. After his untimely death, his family established this award to recognize students who take advantage of similar opportunities to do supervised original research, whose quality we hope is recognized beyond the campus.
The Jeanne Burkle Award in Women's Studies
The award was established in 1986 through gifts in memory of Mrs. Burkle by her family and friends. She was the wife of Professor Howard Burkle. Mrs. Burkle, art historian and lecturer in Religious Studies was a strong advocate of women's studies at Grinnell College.
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The Grinnell College Putnam team placed in the top 10% of all participating institutions for the second consecutive year. As reported by the Putnam committee:
"A total of 4440 students from 572 colleges and universities in Canada and the United States participated in the Competition. There were teams from more than 460 institutions"
The Mathematics and Statistics Department had a very active summer research program under the College's Mentored Advanced Projects. Six faculty offered seven projects which involved fourteen students.
Professor Marc Chamberland worked with three MAP students during the summer of 2011: Colin Johnson ‘13, Alice Nadeau ‘13, and Bingxi Wu ‘13. Their project was to understand the structure of multiplicative partitions.
The scholarly activity of the mathematics and statistics faculty was showcased at numerous conferences over the summer.