Professors of History Febe Armanios, Rebecca Bennette and Ian Barrow have created a brand-new track within the college’s History Department: the History of Science, Medicine and Technology (HSMT).
Arts & Culture
In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, many Middlebury professors are revising their syllabi to address themes arising from the pandemic in creative ways.
So, it’s a good time to find ways to make solitude easier. With a newfound sense of unfamiliarity, coupled with more time to ourselves than ever before, it’s the perfect time to experiment with new ways to self-express and get creative.
DLINQ has encouraged faculty to use a variety of online tools, including the now-ubiquitous conferencing platform Zoom for live video calls and Panopto for posted lectures.
Emily Bernard's on-campus visit last week shared stories from her book, largely about the power of friendship in fighting systemic racism.
Last weekend, Rohina Malik performed her one-woman play which portrays her experience as a Muslim woman, providing social commentary and stories inspired by true events.
“100 Times” is a compilation of autobiographical vignettes in which the author tells of the many times she has been sexually harassed, assaulted and/or discriminated against from the time of her childhood and up until her mid-thirties. The author is a white, queer woman who is based in Brooklyn ...
Last Friday, the cellist-pianist couple came to campus to deliver the tenth performance of the Performing Arts Series' 100th season, featuring a piece by contemporary composer Pierre Jalbert commissioned especially for the event.
Curated by Professor Sarah Laursen, the new exhibit at the Museum of Art showcases forgotten Chinese gold artifacts.