Religious studies expert Jeffrey Kripal talks about superheroes, religion, and the paranormal.
World-renowned classical sitarist Anoushka Shankar brings her experimental composition and virtuoso playing to Herrick Chapel on Monday, Nov. 11.
Set the mood for Halloween with spooky organ music, a dimly lit chapel, and treats. Costumes optional.
Proposals for the 2015-16 academic year are DUE November 14, 2014. Preliminary proposals for future years are still being accepted. By allowing for a multi-year horizon, we may be able to invite speakers whose schedules of engagement are very full. Divisions, departments, faculty or staff groups, individual faculty or staff members, or student groups may submit proposals. In making its decisions, the Committee will consider several factors:
For nearly four decades, the Scholars' Convocation series has created a common educational experience shared by the entire Grinnell College community. Established in the late 1970s in response to the college's move to an open curriculum, the accessible interdisciplinary nature of convocation offers an intellectual encounter that transcends disciplinary boundaries.
This fall, the New York City Metropolitan Opera's “Live in HD” returns to Grinnell College.