Arts & Culture
Set in Stockholm, Malin Persson Giolito's novel details a murder trial, highlighting the role of class in its narration.
Zora Neale Hurston's best known novel explores what marriage and identity means to a Southern, Black woman.
This J-Term, visiting professors are teaching unique courses following themes of political advocacy, storytelling and social activism. These individuals teach from lived experience and employ diverse methods in the classroom.
InspirASIANal Voices, a storytelling event arranged by the student organization RAISINS (Radical Asians), kicked off with the following question: “What is your first memory of a circle?” Club members distributed paper and markers to the audience members, who anonymously penned their answers. The ...
This upcoming weekend, the Dance Company of Middlebury will perform a new work centered on intentionality and simplicity, let by Scholar in Residence Karima Borni and Oregon-based artist Meshi Chavez.
Directed by Professor Claudio Medeiros '90, this show traps several unique characters from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds together during the Great Plague of 1665. It leaves the audience with thoughts relevant to inequality in the world today.
Marking the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, three student interns worked with Special Collections to curate an exhibit and display in Davis Family Library, highlighting queer writers, history and activism on campus.
If you’re interested in Fidel Castro’s Cuba of the 1960s, this graphic memoir is the work for you. It covers an era and a culture in which some communist believers willfully exiled themselves to the Caribbean isle to pursue this political ideology. The author is Anna Vetfort and her parents were ...