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
Economist C. Arden Pope, III of Brigham Young University spoke on his own scientific research related to the negative effects of air pollution.
Department Chair of Sociology and associate professor at Smith College, Marc Steinberg, spoke about the role of labor laws in Victorian England as a part of Smith’s Chaired Professor Lecture series.
Professor Lee Badgett is an economics professor and CPPA Director at UMass Amherst, who recently spoke on her new book “The Public Professor”.
DraftKings CEO, Jason Robins, shared insights with students at the Isenberg School of Management
Prof. David Mednicoff directs the Master’s in Public Policy and Middle Eastern Studies programs at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His areas of expertise include […]