Urvashi Butalia, “Publishing Against the Grain: A Story from India”
Billy Kahora, “Of Creative ‘Interventions’ and ‘Social Contracts’: Looking At Kwani”
Two international scholars, Urvashi Butalia and Billy Kahora, will give a joint lecture about publishing houses in India and Kenya at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, at Grinnell College.
Eric Avila, Professor of History, Chicano Studies and Urban Planning and Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion for the Division of Social Sciences, UCLA
The Folklore of the Freeway: Connectivity, Creativity and Conflict in the Age of Highway Construction
Dale L. Boger to discuss curiosity-driven research in “Discovery of a New Therapeutic Target in an Academic Setting.”
Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Richard Russo on campus for reading and roundtable on Nov. 12.
Members of the Grinnell community are invited to events on November 9 & 10
Eric Groves '85 presents Startup (in)Sanity: 7 Tips from a Serial Entrepreneur, a Wilson Program public lecture.
Daniel Perlstein will discuss American education and imperialism on the literary and educational frontier.
Expert economist to discuss the U.S. labor market’s history and the possibilities for improvements.
A brief summary of the Town Hall meetings on self-governance.