Eighteen students from the Class of 2020 have been selected as the new class of College Scholars for the College of Arts and Sciences.
“How should we engage with North Korea?” was the focus of the latest debate in the Lund Critical Debates Series sponsored by the Einaudi Center.
On May 2, associate professors of English Joanie Mackowski and Elisha Cohn will explore how to write beyond the human.
In “The Rise of the African Novel: Politics of Language, Identity and Ownership,” Mukoma Wa Ngugi addresses the critical reception of African literature and its beginnings.
When Jordan Fabian ’09 walks the halls of the White House, he always has three questions in his mind, just in case President Donald Trump happens to pass him in the hallway.
"Planetary Health” explores complex relationships between health and human interaction with the environment.
The seminar Guns: Myth and Manufacture explored the historical impact of firearms and connections between weaponry and architectural design including the use of interchangeable components.
Sociologist Arlie Hochschild will lecture on “Anger at Government vs. Liberal Hopes, Can We Come Together without Losing Ground?” April 30.
In his new book, George Hutchinson asks how epochal moments in the 1940s resonated in literary culture, and how artists brought shape and meaning to the world in the wake of such events.