Theater professionals will present six works-in-progress during a three-week residency at Dartmouth.
The historian’s lifelong exploration of slavery is honored for “reshaping our understanding of history.”
The instructor at the Hood discusses what she enjoys the most about being a museum educator.
The annual international gathering has drawn faculty, post-docs, and graduate students since 1997.
University Press of New England, Brandeis, and Dartmouth launch a shared electronic book program.
From biographies to murder mysteries, 11 faculty members share their summer reading recommendations.
New anthologies collect essays written by multi-racial and Muslim students.
The professor of American literature talks about his work, what drew him to Dartmouth, and Dr. Seuss.
The artist will give two public presentations in addition to meeting with students and faculty.
The interactive site provides access to the Orozco mural, drawings, documents, and photographs.