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.
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.
When Haiti was struck by a devastating earthquake in January 2010, the Dartmouth community immediately responded. In the year since, Dartmouth has continued to provide help.
In this podcast, Dartmouth Medical School Adjunct Professor Seddon Savage discusses the history and current issues surrounding the use of opioids to treat pain.
Professor Silvia Spitta’s book, Misplaced Objects: Migrating Collections and Recollections in Europe and the Americas, was recognized by Arizona State University’s Institute for Humanities Research (IHR).
Head Coach Bob Whalen talks about the team’s success, how he feels about breaking the record for most wins for a Dartmouth baseball coach, and what the renovated Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park has meant to the program.
Before Dartmouth was an Ivy League school, it was an Indian school. Dedicated to educating Indians in the region, its mission was to aid Indians in assimilating into 18th century life.
Ryan Calsbeek and Robert Cox explain how lizards provide insight into evolutionary processes.