Professor Marc Chamberland teams up with TEDed to make complex ideas easy to understand.
Jonathan Miller-Lane discusses the role the liberal arts education can play in today's society, with emphasis on an embodied approach.
Estonian historian Ivo Juurvee will explore Soviet attempts to influence public opinion abroad.
Activist Professor Petra Kuppers will discuss Disability culture pedagogy and social justice on April 22.
Expert in ancient Mediterranean art discusses the story behind a Greek sculptor’s masterpiece and its impact on different audiences.
Historian and author will discuss the science and art of killing from 1914–45.
Socio‑cultural anthropologist Erica Lehrer ’92 discusses the work of memory in Poland today."
Christine Walley “brings her anthropological perspective home, examining the fate of her family and that of blue-collar America at large.”
Noted cartoonist and graphic memoirist Alison Bechdel, author of "Dykes to Watch Out For" and "Fun Home," speaks to campus noon Wednesday, April 8.
Jennifer Worley explores the lives, activism, and accomplishments of San Francisco’s sex workers.