Time and Narrative Learning Collaborative
Study how we author time, mark time, and measure space and time within the Time and Narrative Collaborative.
You’ll look at how the multimillion-year history of the earth affects how we think about human evolution, history, knowledge, and the future.
You’ll examine who decides whose memories matter. And you’ll explore what lies ahead, and how to plan for and reimagine a different world.
The Learning Collaborative in Action
How do people, communities, and cultures understand, make sense of, and react to pandemics, both historically and now, given Covid-19?
Hampshire students and faculty explored this question through research, hands-on investigation, and creative expression in a seminar taught by Professor of Music Rebecca Miller; Emeritus Senior Faculty Associate William Ryan; Associate Professor of History James Wald; and Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology John Castorino.
You have questions. We have answers. We’ve seen what can happen when you’re the entrepreneur of your own education. Request a viewbook and see for yourself.