Can Art Be a Force for Cultural Change?
Liberal Arts senior Alexandra Elam reflects on her participation in the recent theatrical production of "Roleplay," questioning the ways in which art can be an agent for change.
Preparing Global Citizens
Moisés Arce, the new Cowen Chair in Latin American Social Sciences and professor of political science, bridges political science, sociology, and political economy in his research and teaching.
A Cultural History of Feminism
Professor of English Kate Baldwin's course "Feminism in Trumplandia" traces pivotal texts and social movements to map the nonlinear history of feminism from the 1950s to today.
Catching Up with Dean Edwards
In his second year as dean of the School of Liberal Arts, Brian Edwards shares his vision for the school's next stage of excellence.
Grant Supports Comprehensive Database of Fatal Police Shootings
Patrick Rafail, associate professor of sociology, will continue his research on fatal police shootings with support from the Russell Sage Foundation.
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