Associate Professor of Classics at the University of California, Davis, encouraged historians to embrace and include weirdness in their writings on the past.
Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy at NYU, Dale Jamieson, spoke about the many causes leading to the lack of action to address climate change.
Professor Rebecca M. Valette opened the Mount Holyoke Art Museum’s spring exhibition with Dancers of the Nightway. She spoke about the religious and cultural imagery in different Navajo weavings, rugs, and blankets now on display in the college’s galleries.
Writer and editor Daisy Hernández spoke about her autobiography, A Cup of Water Under My Bed: A Memoir, as well as her work coediting Colonize […]
Mt. Holyoke’s Global Scholar in Residence discussed Indian politics on issues of gender equality, defined differences between globalization and universalization, and emphasized the importance of international and inter-sectional feminism.
Following up on last week’s lecture on US-Russian relations from Dr. Andrew Kuchins, this panel discussion between Russian Studies Professor Stephen Jones of Mount Holyoke […]
On November 7 2013, Manjeev Singh Puri, the Indian Ambassador to the UN spoke at Mount Holyoke College in conjunction with the Five College Model United Nations about his experiences being a delegate at the United Nations.
Sudheendra Kulkarni, Indian politician and columnist, came to Mount Holyoke College on November 8, 2013 to speak about Mahatama Gandhi, India, Pakistan and much more.
Survivors, activists, scholars, and law enforcement and social services officials share their perspectives, discussing why this is a domestic issue that needs urgent attention and […]
Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin speaks on the issue of drone strikes (unmanned aerial vehicles) in northwest Pakistan launched by the US government as part […]