Associate English Professor at the University of Connecticut, Greg Semenza, spoke about the relationship between William Shakespeare’s works and Auteurs of the early 19th century […]
NPR’s West Africa Correspondent joins the UMass Community to discuss her coverage and career.
Dr. Green discussed the impact of online video in the world of advertising and the ways in which media platforms like YouTube are restructuring established norms in broadcasting.
Amy Seham, a professor of gender, women and sexuality studies, and theater and dance at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, spoke about gender […]
Authors Annie Liontas and Jeff Parker visited the University of Massachusetts Amherst as part of their Visiting Writer Series. Jeff Parker is the author of […]
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.
Professor Dr. Pascha Bueno-Hansen offers a feminist critique of the practices of the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Committee and its interactions with feminist and human rights groups in the country.
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 […]
Assistant English Professor, Laura Estill, of Texas A&M University discussed the importance of the manuscripts of early modern playwrights, from Shakespeare to lesser known authors.
Department Chair of Psychology at Smith College, Patricia DiBartolo, spoke about the crippling side effects of perfectionism