"The Pursuit of Happiness," an essay on History News Network
"Is David Brooks a Good Historian?" History News Network, November 12, 2007
"Federalist #8" History News Network, November 5th, 2007
The full text of "Being Nothing: George W. Bush as Presidential Simulacrum"
An archive of op-eds on current political and social issues.
The full text of "The Evil of Banality: Moby-Dick versus the Extreme Machine," published in the Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies.
Hamilton's editorials on this site include "A Christian Nation?" and "The State, That's Me."
Quotations from Jefferson's letters and publications, emphasizing his love of science and skepticism toward orthodox Christianity.
Alexander Hamilton in his own words, as well as contemporary citations of him in major publications.
Carol V. Hamilton has a Ph.D. in English from Berkeley, an M.F.A. from Vermont College, and a B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her scholarly articles have been published in such academic journals as The Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies, Ctheory, Oxford German Studies, and Anarchist Studies. Her poems have appeared in recent issues of The Paris Review, The North American Review, Poetry Miscellany, The Gettysburg Review, Salmagundi, Frank, DoubleTake and the 10th anniversary online edition of Drunken Boat.
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Her screenplay,A Natural Aristocrat, made the top 5% (245 out of 4889 entries) in the 2006 Nicholls competition, sponsored by the Academy of Motion Pictures. It was a semifinalist in the 2007 Writemovies International Competition. A Natural Aristocrat tells the true story of the stormy life and dramatic death of Alexander Hamilton. An excerpt appears in the Drama section of this website.The entire script is posted at Inktip.com under the title "The Adventures of Alexander Hamilton."
Hamilton has recently rewritten the screenplay as an opera libretto.