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Campus Events January - March 2018
Events include the touring Telluride Film Fest, lectures, the student-run Deaf Studies Conference, exhibits, performances by noted musicians, the annual Winter Dance Concert and more
Div III Profile: Suhilah Booker Studies Benefits of Movement to Early Learners
Booker utilized Hampshire’s Early Learning Center for an intensive, interdisciplinary project integrating movement in early childhood ed
Dance Dept. Presents 'AGAIN: Moving Into a Movement'
Performances the weekend of April 6-8 will feature Division III works by Hampshire graduating students Narieka Masla, Rikkia Pereira, and Julia Warren
Experimental Dance Show by Dean Slepian and Collaborators To Premiere This Week
Slepian contributed interactive media and sculpture to the evening-length, multidisciplinary performance by the troupe Adele Myers and Dancers
Hampshire College Events: January-March 2017
Spring term 2017 begins with a range of campus events produced by students and faculty: plays, exhibits, concerts, lectures, and conferences
Division III Profile: Jamila Umi Jackson Builds Community Through Dance
An interview with Jamila Jackson on her Hampshire studies, by Joshua Murray and John Courtmanche
Hampshire College Events: October and November 2016
Events include a week dedicated to study, reflection, and discussion about our work on campus and in society to undo racism and support communities of color
Hampshire Dance Program Announces Annual Fall Performance 'Design and Chance'
Presented by the Hampshire Dance Program with students from Amherst Regional High School, as part of Hampshire College’s Family and Friends Weekend
Setbacks, Outtakes, and a Little Gem of Hampshire-ness
Faculty In Conversation: Professors and Dancers Becky Nordstrom and Deborah Goffe
Collections, Connections, and (at least) One Collision: NSS Summer 2016
Non Satis Scire, Hampshire's Alumni Magazine, Summer 2016
America's tap dance historian donates life's work to Library of Congress and public
Library of Congress Performing Arts Encyclopedia releases definitive history of American tap dance by Constance Valis Hill, Five College Professor of Dance at Hampshire College
'Movement as an Intervention' with Miriam King
At Hampshire, Miriam King combined her two passions, neuroscience and dance, to study movement interventions for people with neurodegenerative diseases.
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