Screening of “Fremde Haut,” and noon talk explore queer European cinema, queer rights, and asylum law and policy.
Ed Cohn wins awards that will support his research on how citizens interacted with an intrusive and ever-vigilant surveillance state.
The Smithsonian Institution offers a multitude of internships in various museums and offices. Some of the internships have a small stipend. There also are opportunities to hold a “virtual internship” that would not require relocation to Washington, D.C. http://www.smithsonianofi.com/internship-opportunities/
Historian Alan Barenberg explores the history of an arctic coal-mining outpost and the legacy of the town’s forced labor origins.
Experts discuss economic justice, urban education, grassroots organizing, and deindustrialization.
Plan your own curriculum from the ground up.
Mentored Advanced Projects encourage a more holistic view of history.
Grinnell College Dean Michael Latham discusses the United States and modernization in South Vietnam.
First-year student Bazil Mupisiri ’18 makes a difference in Zimbabwe and Grinnell.