Tue
Feb 25
2020
Haldeman Hall 41 (Kreindler Conference Hall), 4:30pm-5:30pm
Dr. Lynn Badia, Assistant Professor of English at Colorado State University, explores the question: What would it mean for humanity to have a virtually unlimited energy source?
Tue
Feb 25
2020
Nearburg Gallery Black Visual Arts Center, All Day
Exhibition of drawings and paintings sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities and the Studio Art Department
Mon
Feb 24
2020
Carpenter Hall 013, 4:30pm-5:30pm
Julia Bryan-Wilson, Doris and Clarence Malo Professor, Department of History of Art, University of California Berkeley
Mon
Feb 24
2020
Nearburg Gallery Black Visual Arts Center, All Day
Exhibition of drawings and paintings sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities and the Studio Art Department
Sun
Feb 23
2020
Moore Theater, Hopkins Center for the Arts, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Four Victorian women discover unexpected freedom in this electrifying new play examining gender, class, violence and the balance of power in a corseted world. An American premiere.
Sun
Feb 23
2020
Nearburg Gallery Black Visual Arts Center, All Day
Exhibition of drawings and paintings sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities and the Studio Art Department
Sat
Feb 22
2020
Moore Theater, Hopkins Center for the Arts, 8:00pm-10:30pm
Four Victorian women discover unexpected freedom in this electrifying new play examining gender, class, violence and the balance of power in a corseted world. An American premiere.
Sat
Feb 22
2020
Hopkins Center 123 Spaulding Auditorium, 7:30pm-10:30pm
Two of Dartmouth’s flagship student ensembles join to present a new work-in-progress and celebrate the shared musical passions of jazz and classical music—with a bow to Shakespeare
Sat
Feb 22
2020
Hopkins Center 200 Top of the Hop, 7:00pm-8:00pm
A conversation with playwright Joy Wilkinson, the author of "The Sweet Science of Bruising", and Professor Carolyn Dever of the Department of English.