Students in Museum Studies give visitors a chance to ask questions and learn more about works in the Faulconer Gallery's Wunderkammer exhibit.
Explore madness, treachery, murder, and revenge in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Panel leads talk about one of the most influential books of the 20th century.
Grinnellians traveled to Taiwan to work with renowned poet Hsia Yu and Taiwanese actors in an international theatre production.
Grinnellians use independent studies to explore special topics.
Students explore modern Russian culture, focusing on the relationship between the artist and the state.
Benjamin Doehr ’15 spent his summer lighting up Frank N. Furter, Magenta, Brad, and Janet.
When you study the world's religious traditions, you learn about the histories, literatures, practices and beliefs that have shaped human societies. You study rituals and festivals that organize perceptions of time and place, disciplines that develop modes of attention, and ideas of holiness, justice, love, and beauty through which human beings have expressed their highest ideals. You develop tools to understand the complex ways that people across history and around the world oppose oppression, justify violence, understand their bodies, and give meaning to their lives.