They Call Me Q

Oct 09, 2017
Quarrat Ann Kadwani will play 13 characters in her one-woman, autobiographical play ‘They Call Me Q’ at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23.

#robinhoodfail: The Ethics of Public Scholarship and the Digital Liberal Arts

Apr 05, 2017
An expert in Black women’s use of digital media to promote social justice discusses lessons from a failed project to make the internet safer.

Man Enough? Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity

Apr 04, 2017
Jackson Katz, Ph.D., will cover the 2016 election and the politics of presidential masculinity.

"Looking at the Overlooked": Stage Properties and the Table in Karl Lessing's Die Mätresse (1780)

Mar 22, 2017
Featuring Wendy Sutherland, assoc. prof. of German, New College of Florida. 4:15 p.m. Friday, April 14, Burling Lounge

W. Kamau Bell Curve: Ending Racism in About an Hour

Feb 24, 2017
​Comedian, political satirist, and host of CNN's 'United Shades of America' will perform a show both humorous and thought-provoking at 6 p.m. Tues. Feb 28.

Award-winning Ethiopian-American Singer to Speak in Celebration of Black History Month

Feb 16, 2017
Meklit Hadero's talk, "Global Diaspora: Art, Culture and Pan-Africanism," will explore the connections between the Global African Diaspora, highlighting both 20th and 21st century ideas of Pan-Africanism.

Bad Feminists/Bad Critics: A Sex Wars Debate

Feb 13, 2017
Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies seniors reenact central tensions of the feminist 'sex wars' of the 1980s as part of capstone seminar.

Kesho Scott Speaks at Women's March in Des Moines

Jan 27, 2017
On Saturday, Jan. 21, Associate Professor Kesho Scott stood before a cheering crowd of 26,000 in Des Moines to discuss the history of the 123 marches on Washington, D.C.

Scholarship Enables Grinnell Senior to Study Indonesian

Aug 19, 2016
Critical Language Scholarship allows Mari Holmes immerses herself in an intensive language program in Malang, Indonesia.

Peace and Conflict Studies Student Conference

Mar 08, 2016
Conference includes faculty-led discussions, student presentations, keynote by genocide studies scholar, and invited alumni address.

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