“Phil is a young, dynamic and accomplished writer,” says Matthew Malone, president and editor-in-chief of America Media, of the awarding of the Hunt Prize to Phil Klay ’05. Klay will receive the $25,000 prize at a Sept. 20 ceremony at Yale
Dartmouth students and alumni from many disciplines are studying and teaching abroad.
The former professor had been investigated following allegations of sexual misconduct.
Dartmouth professors talk about books that had a powerful impact on them.
“If you look at the question from a sociolinguistic point of view, having no accent is plainly impossible,” says Dartmouth’s Roberto Rey Agudo in an essay about discrimination based on accent. It “is not merely an academic idea,” he says.
More than a dozen scholars, artists, and activists will gather on campus this weekend for a conference celebrating the 25th anniversary of Cornel West’s Race Matters West, a professor at Harvard Divinity School, will attend the conference.