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Cuban Scholar Reflects on Mutual Benefit of Exchange Program
Tito Mitjans Alayón spent the fall semester at Hampshire, explaining his research and building bridges
Artist Residency Celebrates Freedom and Creativity in Music
Honoring Yusef Lateef’s Legacy and the Art of Improvisation
Freedom Sounds: Celebrating Creative Voices in Jazz Today
An Artist Residency at Hampshire College, November 29–December 1, 2018
Tara Bynum to Publish 'Reading Pleasures'
Eighteenth-century writings by African Americans reveal lives of deep religious belief and activism
Christoph Cox Publishes 'Sonic Flux: Sounds, Art, and Metaphysics'
Book launch will be this Saturday evening at NYC arts space The Kitchen
Revitalized Holyoke Textile Mill to Host Premiere Exhibition by Hampshire Students and Professor
The show opens with a public reception on Thursday, April 26, 6–9 p.m., and runs for seven days, April 26–May 3
Assistant Professor Bynum Debuts New Course on #BlackJoy
Tara Bynum and her class spent the fall semester studying black joy across disciplines, culminating in a symposium of student presentations
Hampshire College Faculty News: Fall 2017
Hampshire professors continue to produce innovative work this year — books, articles for peer-reviewed journals, films, plays, and presentations
'Climate change will change everything, including the prospects for war and peace'
Professor Michael Klare explores prospects for war and peace in climate change era.
Professors Barskova, Bernstein Win 2015 Gruber Awards
The awards recognize best practices in teaching and advising at the College and were established in 2011 by Hampshire alum David Gruber 72F.
Ravett Films Featured in Retrospective
Professor of Film and Photography Abraham Ravett’s films were recently featured in a retrospective at the Festival Film Dokumenter in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, the oldest documentary-only film festival in Southeast Asia.
Professor Baba Hillman's New Film Premieres at the Edinburgh International Film Festival
Professor Baba Hillman's new film, Jacumba Song, premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival this summer in the Black Box "Sonic Spaces" program.
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