Autocrats’ use of technology to manipulate people will be difficult to defeat, Dartmouth’s Hany Farid tells the newspaper. “Suddenly there’ll be the ability to claim that anything is fake,” he says. “And how are we going to believe anything?”
For Michelle Duster ’85, it’s personal: Ida B. Wells is her great-grandmother.
The film historian helps archives save rare films and develop tools to analyze them.
Dartmouth professors engage with elementary, middle, and high school students.
Hannah Thompson Croasdale, the first woman to get tenure at Dartmouth, was an internationally known phycologist as well as a trailblazer. “But she really wanted to be remembered as a passionate educator above all else,” says Caroline Cook ’21.
“The power of these works is their ability to engage these stories and do with them what only painting can,” says a reviewer about Professor Enrico Riley’s show “New World,” at Brooklyn’s Jenkins Johnson Projects through April 6.