A lively collection of podcasts and videos created at Dartmouth is now available through the free educational section of Apple’s popular iTunes program.
Professors Alex Hartov and Lewis Glinert discuss the history of the archive and the range and rarity of the sound files in the collection.
With Facebook on the brink of selling stock publically, Anant Sundaram of the Tuck School of Business considers the potential benefit for would-be investors.
Wu Man, internationally recognized master of the lute-like pipa, discusses and demonstrates the music she had been sharing with Dartmouth students in this interview.
Professor Anne Kapuscinski speaks with “Talk of the Nation” about the public concerns surrounding transgenic fish.
Anise Vance ’11, who was raised in several African nations, returned to his father’s hometown to conduct research for his senior fellowship project.
Interviews—88 of them, offering insights about Native American individuals and communities—are the foundation of a play by Addie Gorlin ’11, to be performed May 25 and 26.
In this podcast, Professor of Studio Art Esmé Thompson discusses the evolution of her creative practice as well as her current exhibition.
Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive founders, Professors Alex Hartov and Lewis Glinert, discuss the archive’s collection of digitized recordings and play some of their favorite tracks.
In this podcast, Mellon Postdoc Shalini Ayyagari discusses her research and documentary film on the Manganiyar of Rajasthan, India, a Muslim musician community whose patrons are Hindu farmers.