In an effort to create “space for women who have been underrepresented, misrepresented, marginalized and/or omitted from rock history”, the Women of Rock Oral History project was founded.
Uyematsu’s poetry focuses on her experiences with racism growing up as a third-generation Japanese-American, or sansei, in a post-World War II era in southern California, along with her parents’ experiences in American concentration camps.
On October 21, poet Alison Hawthorne Deming answered questions from the Smith College community at a question-and-answer session hosted by Ellen Doré Watson, head of […]
As part of her one-week residency at Northampton’s Smith College, Joan Houlihan delivered a craft lecture about the use of pronouns in poetry, including selections […]
Maya Lin, American architectural designer and artist, was the Smith College Museum of Art 2014 Miller Lecturer. Sponsored in part by NEPR, Lin’s free public […]
Charles Darwin’s “abominable mystery” has come to symbolize just about every question we have about the origin and early evolution of flowering plants. William (Ned) […]
Kathleen McCartney was formally installed as Smith College’s 11th president in ceremonies on Saturday, October 19. Inauguration weekend festivities included exhibitions, presentations and performances celebrating […]
Panel part of the symposium, “Trafficking Sex: Politics, Policy, Personhood” Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall, Smith College April 18-19 2013, Smith College Presented by: Smith College […]
Trafficking Sex: Politics, Policy, Personhood April 18 2013, Smith College Presented by: Smith College Global Studies Center Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism The Program for the […]
Miller Lecture: “Challenges, Revelations and Surprises” Curator Keith Christiansen and paintings conservator Michael Gallagher will discuss some of their recent collaborations including preparations for the […]