The Faculty Colloquium Series for 2018-19 presents a lecture titled " Transnational Materiality and the Geopolitical Work of Art" presented by Niko Vicario, assistant professor of Art and the History of Art.
Join us for the Five College Women's Studies Research Center's annual Fall Reception to welcome our 2018-2019 Research Associates and new Five College faculty in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Shulman is one of the early radical activists of second-wave feminism as well as a writer of fiction, memoirs, and essays.
Part of a short festival of Indian Classical Music in the Five Colleges.
Amanda Welch is a UMass alumna and an alumna of the Five College Tibetan Studies in India Program. While in studying in Sarnath under Smith's exchange program, she met Pandit Rabindra Goswami, India’s leading contemporary sitarist, and head of the Banarasi gaurna, and has now been studying with him for a decade. Her performance career is just beginning, and her early concerts in India have been well-received. She is uniquely place to talk to Smith students about the opportunities to study Indian classical music and the discipline required to do so.
Judith Coffin, University of Texas, Austin, will give a talk about her new book on Beauvoir, and specifically Beauvoir in 1968. More information will be forthcoming.
Martha Minow presents Constitution Day Lecture as part of Smith's 2018-19 Presidential Colloquium series. Minow is the Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School, where her courses include civil procedure, constitutional law, family law, international criminal justice, jurisprudence, law and education, nonprofit organizations, and the public law workshop. She is also a lecturer in the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Distinguished Service Professor at Harvard University. An expert in human rights and advocacy for members of racial and religious minorities and for women, children and persons with disabilities, she also writes and teaches about privatization, military justice, and ethnic and religious conflict.
with guests Adaskin String Trio
Panel discussion and reception hosted by the MFA for Poets and Writers and the English Department for Historically Underrepresented Groups.
All are invited to meet the Mead’s new head of education, Emily Potter-Ndiaye, and explore Timing Is Everything. Potter-Ndiaye’s education philosophy is two-directional and participatory—come ready to share your thoughts and learn about art in a fun and exciting way. No experience in the arts necessary, but curiosity is a must!