A film by sculptor Joanna Malinowska, showing virtually at the Hirshhorn Museum through Nov. 30, investigates the unusual, unexpected and sometimes bizarre ways in which people interpret their histories and construct identities.
Anthropologist Yohko Tsuji views old age in America from a cross-cultural perspective, comparing aging in America and in her native Japan in her new book, “Through Japanese Eyes: Thirty Years of Studying Aging in America.”
The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art’s series of outdoor façade projections continues with a work by renowned artist and composer Christian Marclay. “Lids and Straws (One Minute)” opened Nov. 7 and runs through Nov. 24.
Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison, M.A. ’55, will be one of six women inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, New York. The virtual induction ceremony is scheduled for Dec. 10.
Poet Valzhyna Mort has been a voice in news outlets and on social media during pro-democracy protests in her native Belarus. But the poetry collected in “Music for the Dead and Resurrected” is not about a specific political or social subject.
In a ceremony on campus Nov. 4, the papers of Fidelia “Flying Bird” Fielding, were transferred from Cornell University Library to the Mohegan Tribe. Tribal Historic Preservation Officer James Quinn received the rare manuscripts.