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The Robert N. Noyce '49 Visiting Professorship in the Physical Sciences, Math, and Computer Science
In June of 1998, Grinnell College received a generous gift from the Noyce family, whose purpose was to bring outstanding scholars and leaders to campus from the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science and chemistry to enhance and enrich the knowledge of students and faculty in subject areas new or not well represented by regular faculty.
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With 100 images from the 15th to the 21st century, this exhibition and catalog is a comprehensive view of the Castelvecchio's collection. Color reproductions of all 100 images and artist and drawing biographies accompany the images.
Curated by Kay Wilson and Aziz Daki. Art in a variety of media by Hicham Benahoud, Hassan Darsi, Abdelali Dahrouch, Safaa Erruas, Mohamed El baz, Mounir Fatmi, and Ikram Kabbaj, exploring social, cultural and political themes of our times. Essays by Kay Wilson, Aziz Daki, and Saadi A. Simawe.
Curated by Robert Coffland and Donald Doe. Essays by Donald Doe and Robert Coffland, artist biographies, and bibliography. Two full-page photographs of each basket.