Professor Naomi Darling’s class “Journey and Narrative in Designed Space” worked with alum and curator Patricia Klindienst 71F in the design and spatial organization of the exhibit ‘No One Remembers Alone: Memory, Migration, and the Making of an American Family’ currently at the Yiddish Book Center. ‘No One Remembers Alone’ will be on exhibit at the Yiddish Book Center through March 2014.
Arctic states have asserted exclusive drilling rights, but the region is not likely to surrender its resources easily.
Hampshire College Professor Michael Klare writes in today’s Times, “Rushing for the Arctic’s Riches”
Photo Friday! Goodnight @hampshirecollege. Photo by Emma Opitz 10F. For more campus scenes, go here.
Prof. Michael Lesy and coauthor Lisa Stoffer’s new book, ‘Repast: Dining Out at the Dawn of the New American Century, 1900-1910’ is reviewed in GQ by alum Brett Martin 89F.
Hampshire student Mariel Nyröp 10F is a recipient of a Five College Digital Humanities Student Fellowship. The fellowships, part of the Five College Digital Humanities Program, are given to one student from each college and receive funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Can Candan 87F’s feature documentary ‘My Child’ follows a group of parents of LGBT individuals in Turkey as they share their stories and experiences.
Salvaging wood from the horse barn on Hampshire College President Jonathan Lash’s property to make furniture for the Roos Rohde House as part of the College’s rehamping the barn project. Photo by Bexx Merck 10F.