Exhibition shows WWI and WWII through the eyes of two young Grinnellians as they wrote to loved ones at home.
Center for the Humanities
Historian investigates the tactics used by British agents in the Middle East during World War I.
Exhibition features collages created on all 747 pages of Tolstoy’s famous novel.
Malcolm London joins Grinnellians to talk about events in Ferguson and share his poetry.
A three-day symposium on interreligious dialogue and the legacy of the Emir Abd el-Kader.
ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
THE GRINNELL LECTURE: A CELEBRATION OF FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP
Friday, December 12, 2014
Nominations due by October 17, 2014
The Dean’s Office and the Center for the Humanities are delighted to announce that the First Annual Grinnell Lecture, which recognizes achievement for scholarship, will take place on Friday, December 12, 2014. It will be followed by a dinner celebrating the accomplishments of the College’s faculty. Please mark your calendars now—invitations will be sent later in the fall.
Pulitzer Prize Winner Chris Hedges answers questions as first speaker in yearlong symposium exploring war.
Center for Humanities speaker Nick Wilding will discuss "Machinations: Plotting the Early Modern World"
Join Grinnellians and others on for a global tour right here in Iowa.