Doctor Tricia Rose of Brown University will be speaking Sunday, January 24th and Monday, January 25th as part of Dartmouth's upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations.
Read more about MLK Multifaith Celebration with Dr. Tricia Rose
AAAS, RMS, Music, and WGSS invite members of our Dartmouth community to a conversation about the events and aftermath of January 6th, 2021.
Read more about Capitol Chaos: A Raw Conversation
Grant GPS and the Leslie Center welcome Editorial Director Kim Robinson and Acquisitions Editor Raina Polivka (Music, Film, and Media Studies) of UC Press to Dartmouth, January 25th, 4:00pm.
Read more about Write to Be Read: Publishing with University of California Press
Levi Gibbs, Associate Professor of Asian Societies, Cultures, and Languages, transformed his plans for an in-person conference, "The Power of Song: The Cultural Politics of Singers Around the Globe," into an accessible, entirely virtual event.
Read more about Going Virtual: Adapting the Academic Conference
The Dartmouth Conversations: Antiracism and The Humanities Series presents "The Antiracist Syllabus Workshop" with Dr. Raul Palma (Ithaca College), Tuesday, November 17th at 4:00pm.
Read more about The Antiracist Syllabus Workshop
The Leslie Center for the Humanities celebrates publications by Dartmouth Faculty in the Arts and Humanities.
Read more about 2019 Faculty Publications in the Arts & Humanities
In celebration of Earth Day, WRIF is inviting Upper Valley residents and their families, friends, and colleagues to screen EARTH, a documentary film by Nikolaus Geyhalter.
Read more about Earth Day Film Screening with WRIF
CCS brings us another set of brief conversations with two cartoonists to help us through these breathtaking days (low-tech, high-heart, and under 10 minutes).
Read more about Round Two of Cartoonist Dispatches
German-American author and illustrator Nora Krug discusses her acclaimed graphic memoir, Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home.
Read more about Spring Eisner Lecture with Nora Krug
Join us for lunch Friday, March 6th, with playwright Celeste Jennings '18, author of the choreopoem "Citrus", now playing at Northern Stage. She will be joined by the production's Assistant Director, Lexi Warden '21.
Read more about Lunch with Playwright Celeste Jennings '18