Cara Page

Psalm for the Mismeasured and Unfit

Monday, October 15th from 6-7:30PM, FPH West Lecture Hall
Join us for a lecture with Cara Page, a Black Feminist Queer cultural/memory worker and organizer, who is curating community installations to shed light on historical and contemporary uses of policing and surveillance through scientific racism & the Medical Industrial Complex.

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Student Grants Info Session

Student Grants Info Session

Monday, October 1st from 4-5:30pm, Airport Lounge
Need funding for your divisional work? Trying to support an independent project, internship, or volunteer position? Come to our info session and grantwriting workshop! Learn how to find grant funding on campus, get tips on how to make your case, share your ideas, and put together a budget.

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Camille A. Brown

Moving Culture, Dancing Justice: A Conversation with Camille A. Brown

Friday, September 28th from 4:30-6pm, Robert Crown Center
Join us at the Five College Dance Annual Fall Lecture to hear Camille A Brown, dancer and choreographer, in a conversation moderated by Professor Deborah Goffe on Brown’s career and community engagement initiatives as social justice interventions.

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Hampshire Huddle: Spinning a Relational Web

by Maya Sungold Sometimes it can be hard to feel connected to community on campus. To feel like you can show up somewhere, meet people you’ve never met before, get to know them in a real way, and be accepted and embraced in each others’ fullness. This year Ethics & the Common Good and Transformative […]

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Jacqueline Patterson

Environmental & Climate Justice with Jacqueline Patterson

Monday, September 24th from 6-7:30pm, FPH Main Lecture Hall
Join us for a dinner and lecture by Jacqueline Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, on Monday, September 24th and continue the conversation on environmental and climate justice with a workshop and discussion on Tuesday, September 25th.

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21st Annual Eqbal Ahmad Lecture & Symposium

Thursday, November 8th from 4-6pm, Robert Crown Center
Join our intergenerational panel of brilliant political strategists Rukia Lumumba, Dr. Safiya Omari, and Charles Taylor as they discuss the history of organizing for economic democracy, Black self-determination, and political transformation in Jackson, Mississippi and beyond.

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Hampshire Huddle

Thursdays, September 27th, October 25th, November 29th from 5:30-8PM, Prescott Tavern
Eat, Talk, Make: Get together with students, staff, and faculty to enjoy a community meal as we reflect & create around monthly themes that help us connect.

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Student presenting project from Innovations for Change course

Innovations for Change: Problem Solving for the Future

Collaborative painting by students of the 2015 Innovations for Change class with visiting artist Rose Marie Prins, in an exercise that supported students in connecting to iconic representations of our land and sustainable campus, including the Hampshire Tree and Dutch-Belted cattle at the Hampshire Farm (Photograph by SRP) In the ECG grant-supported class Innovations for […]

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HACU 121: Global Contemporary Art

With Alexis Salas This introductory course explores global contemporary art produced between 1960 and 2018, with a focus on art in Latin America, Africa, and Asia, along with the practices of artists of color in the Euro-America. The course challenges art history’s Euro-American-centrism by considering the multiple histories that artwork produced on the so-called “periphery” […]

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TRANSparency: Speaking Our Truths

Thursday, October 18th at 5:30pm, FPH West Lecture Hall
Written by and for trans and non-binary survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, the new anthology Written on the Body offers support, guidance, and hope for those who struggle to find safety at home, in the body, and other impossible-seeming places. This collection of letters written to body parts weaves together powerful narratives of gender, identity, and abuse, caringly collected and tenderly held.

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