Join us for a virtual event celebrating the publication of two recent books of poetry by acclaimed authors: “Republican Fathers” (Nine Mile Books) by Ralph James Savarese and “Old Horse, What Is to be Done?”(Tiger Bark Press) by Stephen Kuusisto.
About 2 dozen tenure-track and term faculty from art history to theatre and dance joined the Grinnell College community in fall 2020. The new faculty members’ varied research and teaching interests present students with even more compelling choices for rounding out their unique curriculum plans for the year.
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 8, Grinnell will be a TestIowa Higher Education site, located at the Grinnell Public Health building and available to Grinnell College faculty, staff, students, and members of their direct households.
During this time of campus-wide reflection on the ways in which we recognize and take action on racial inequities and injustice, and strive together to create an inclusive community, I share with you plans for us to come together this week to support, share and learn from one another the ways in which we can do the work ahead of us.
Join internationally renowned poet and performance artist, jessica Care moore, Writers@Grinnell, Virtual Artist-in-Residence 2020-21, for a reading from her work and discussion. Moderated by Professor Lakesia Johnson.