Prof. Dawn Skorcsewski (ENG) plans for her class on Anne Frank, which will be offered this spring.
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ART PLAY: Hafiz Karmali, who will direct The Conference of the Birds, spoke on Wednesday about his work in a broader context.
Fareda Banda applied the classic Billie Holiday song to the status and challenges of women around the world on Sunday.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS: Harvard Fellow Seth Fein spoke on Wednesday afternoon about his work on collaborative films between Mexico and America during the Cold War.
From left, Prof. Emily Westover (BIOL), Prof. Rachel Woodruff (BIO/CHEM), Prof. Hollie Harder (GRALL) and Prof. Dan Perlman (BIO) meet in the new Center for Teaching and Learning, demonstrating cross-disciplinary collaboration.
CONTEXTUALIZING ARTWORK: Abstract Artist Mark Bradford and Prof. Anita Hill (Heller) spoke at the Rose Art Museum on Friday.
Prof. Sue Lanser (ENG) spoke about multiple issues, such as admissions policies, at Thursday’s meeting.
Lucia, who works at the salad station in the Usdan food court, refills the station with carrots.
LGBTQ groups across campus hope this new center will provide a central, well-used location for gathering.
Sara Brande ’15 holds office hours for TransBrandeis in the new Gender and Sexuality Center in the Usdan Student Center.
NEXT GENERATION: A concert on Sunday night paid tribute to Erwin Bodky, the first music professor at the University. Pictured below are James Nickleson (left) on the harpsichord and Prof. Daniel Stepner (MUS) (right) on the violin.
MOON MUNCHINGS: The event provided traditional mooncakes from Waltham restaurant, Tom Can Cook, for attendants to sample.
Adam Hochschild spoke about World War I and the illusions that allowed it to begin easily on Monday in the Rapaporte Treasure Hall.
A student group drew chalk figures memorializing black people who lost their lives due to institutional racism.
Lynch brings a combination of field experience, as well as academic and administrative expertise to the provost position.
The Heller series featured Lynch‘s research on labor economics, which focuses on the relationship between employers and employees.
LONG PASS: Midfielder Josh Ocel ’17 (right), who scored in Tuesday’s 1-0 win, battles a Wheaton College (Mass.) player on Sept. 30.