Posted April 10th, 2020
Funding for the project came from BMCR readers, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the College.
Homay King
Posted April 7th, 2020
King's lecture was entitled “Floating Roots: Agnès Varda’s Uncle Yanco (1967)."
Laurel McLaughlin
Posted April 7th, 2020
Her dissertation examines how migration and its affects shape constructions of identity within contemporary performance art by women-identifying practitioners.
Posted March 25th, 2020
Shi argues that the tombs—their architecture and funerary content—serve as an expression of the Western Han political ideology.
Graduate Students Cassandra Gates and Emma Allen
Posted March 19th, 2020
Both students work in the lab of Professor of Chemistry Sharon Burgmayer.
Old Library and Canaday Library
Posted March 3rd, 2020
Graduate student led workshop series offers diverse training in modern digital tools
Cap 110 memorial in Martinique
Posted February 19th, 2020
Suaudeau writes about his family's Jewish identity and the very different ways the French memorialize the crimes of the Holocaust and the crimes tied to slavery and the country's colonial past.

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