Sept. 11–12, Kyle Abraham explores triumphs in international history of civil rights as well as creative collaboration in dance.
Center for the Humanities
Historian and author will discuss the science and art of killing from 1914–45.
Ethnomusicologist Zoe Sherinian shows film, demonstrate Indian drum.
2015 Student Research Symposium, April 6–9, includes keynote by NPR Science Correspondent Joe Palca on April 7.
“My Life as a Foreign Country” author Brian Turner joins Grinnellians for reading/roundtable.
Vincent Sherry presents "Bare Death: The Failing Sacrifice of the Great War."
Sherry considers the fate of “sacrifice” as a category of value in the political, military, and personal experience of the Great War of 1914-1918.
Anton Kaes' lecture addresses the invisible, long-term effects of the First World War on German society.
The Center for the Humanities' offers a free public film festival is at Grinnell’s Strand Theatre, Feb. 9-12.
Iowa Humanities Festival accepting photo contest entries through Feb. 15, 2015.