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SXSW Director Pierson Developed Critical Eye as Hampshire Student
While studying film as a Hampshire student, SXSW festival director Janet (Perlberg) Pierson frequented the nightly screenings on campus and delved into critical film theory.
Poet, Criminal Justice Reformer, Author Betts to Speak at Hampshire
Reginald Dwayne Betts is the featured speaker for this year's Andrew Salkey Memorial Reading
Stephan Jost appointed Director and CEO of the Art Gallery of Ontario
Jost will oversee the Gallery’s collections, exhibitions and programs, human resources, facilities, and the institution’s further growth and development.
Exhibit by photographer using 19th century processes opens at Hampshire Model gallery
Works by Mary Frey look at taxidermied animals and forensic facial reconstructions
Sensenich Examines Native American History and its Absence from U.S. Schools
The overlooked populace of Native Americans was the subject of the Div III project by Jennifer Sensenich
Valentin-Escobar Exhibit Named Top 20 Museum Show of 2015 by Art Media
Professor Wilson Valentín-Escobar's exhibit is named among the best of 2015 by prominent critics and publications
Students Launch Hackathon to Cross Disciplines and Engage Non-Techies
New Hamp Hack event extends to those interested in art, design, fabrication and more from across the Five Colleges.
'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.
Award-Winning Author Claudia Rankine to Deliver Race Matters Lecture at Hampshire
Author and poet Claudia Rankine will speak at Hampshire's Race Matters Lecture Series on Tuesday, November 17.
Acclaimed Comics Journalist Featured as Hampshire Writer in Residence
Award-winning comics journalist Joe Sacco is a writer in residence this fall at Hampshire College.
Jorrell Watkins Is Student Speaker at 2015 Commencement Ceremony
For his Division III thesis, the 2015 Commencement student speaker authored a choreopoem on a theme spanning Harlem race riots to Black Lives Matter
Interpreting the Wake
A contingent of Hampshire alums, students, and other contributors debut an audio version of Finnegans Wake, which they collaboratively read and set to music.
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