Please join us on February 13, 4:30-8:30 p.m. in JRC 101 for screenings of “Shanghai Express” and “Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words” with a light buffet between films.
Screenings of French films from 1930s and ’40s precede Yale professor's lecture on French cinema.
Author/performer reads from her play and discusses the experiences of women during the 1980s farm crisis.
Explore the art and science of saving lives in complex emergencies with Neil Otto ’72, Feb. 23–March 10.
Assistant Professor James Lee is bridging the Digital Humanities frontier
Roopika Risam, Assistant Professor of English at Salem State University, will be visiting campus March 11th and 12th. During her time here, she will give a lecture entitled, "Decolonizing Digital Humanities: Towards New Communities of Practice," Friday afternoon at 4 pm in Burling Library.
The following day, Saturday, March 12th, she will hold a pedagogical workshop during which Prof. Risam will lead participants in a discussion on how faculty can incorporate social-minded practices into their teaching.
Join other volunteers for the savanna restoration and greenhouse work day at Conard Environmental Center.
Guest stars clarinetist Anat Cohen and Grammy-winning drummer Antonio Sanchez join The Gabriel Espinosa Latin Jazz Sextet in Feb. 19 concert.
The College will present Bound: African versus African Americans (AVAA).
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