Robert Duff, conductor
An original work based on the Scottish legend of the kelpie, created and performed by Annie Furman '19. An exploration of how animals can participate in performance. Free.
In this ‘Vertigo’-inspired love-triangle tale, a woman meets the perfect double of her mercurial first love, who mysteriously disappeared.
This two-day conference (May 21-22) kicks off with an evening film screening on Monday, May 20.
Rauner Special Collections Library’s spring term exhibit, titled "Let's Get Lunch: An Exhibit for the Discerning Palate," runs April 5th through June 7th, 2019.
Will Feng will be presenting his research
Alero Akporiaye from RISD looks at the proximate environmental impacts of multinational corporations (MNCs) in the extractive sector.
Dr. Mkhize of the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, will share portions of his current book project, "A Home-Made Empire: South Africa and the Imperium before WW II."
David Blanchflower, Economics: "Where Have All the Good Jobs Gone?", a PEP Monday night dinner on May 20 at 6 pm, Haldeman 041.