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Monday

March 4, 2013
12:04 pm

Lecture series to explore encounters between Europe, Islamic world in theater, art and politics

An expert in Spanish theater from Bard College opens a lecture series exploring cultural encounters between Europe and the Islamic world on March 4.

Lecture series to explore encounters between Europe, Islamic world in theater, art and politics

Tuesday

February 5, 2013
4:19 pm

CANCELED: Feb. 11 talk by author of ‘Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome’

Please watch bates.edu/events for information about a new date for DeGruy.

CANCELED: Feb. 11 talk by author of ‘Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome’

Tuesday

February 5, 2013
12:00 pm

Figuring out Erica Rand, the scholar

Red Nails, Black Skates is a crash course in Erica Rand’s areas of cultural criticism, through the lens of figure skating.

Figuring out Erica Rand, the scholar

Wednesday

January 23, 2013
11:41 am

Otis Intern Kate Paladin ’15 learns the value of green ‘action’

Kate Paladin ’15 discovers what happens when a community becomes an epicenter of poverty and pollution.

Otis Intern Kate Paladin ’15 learns the value of green ‘action’

Wednesday

December 19, 2012
9:51 am

As nation ponders rich-poor divide, King Day observances to explore debt and inequality

Spotlighting a less-known aspect of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s work, King Day at Bates will explore issues of economic justice.

Monday

December 10, 2012
10:23 am

Video: ‘Nothing in the World That You Cannot Do’ — MLK Day’s Sankofa performance

Alex Bolden ’15 prepares Bates artists for the annual Sankofa performance on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2013.

Video: ‘Nothing in the World That You Cannot Do’ — MLK Day’s Sankofa performance

Wednesday

October 24, 2012
3:23 pm

Bates to present modern adaptation of ancient Greek drama

Guest director Peter Richards helms the Bates production of “Big Love,” a modern adaptation of an ancient Greek drama, in performances Nov. 1-5.

Bates to present modern adaptation of ancient Greek drama

Wednesday

October 17, 2012
11:12 am

Neuroscientist Jason Castro fields brain questions for Minnesota Public Radio

Jason Castro, assistant professor of psychology, discusses free will and the brain, among other things.

Neuroscientist Jason Castro fields brain questions for Minnesota Public Radio

Wednesday

October 17, 2012
8:29 am

Bates announces new tenure-track faculty teaching in autumn 2012

Six new tenure-track members of the faculty began teaching at Bates in autumn 2012, representing dance, economics, German, neuroscience and psychology, religious studies, and classical and medieval studies.

Bates announces new tenure-track faculty teaching in autumn 2012

Thursday

October 4, 2012
12:27 pm

Intercultural Education office presentations represent diverse interests

The Office of Intercultural Education offers four autumn presentations exploring topics relating to the LGBT, African American and Latino/a experiences.

Intercultural Education office presentations represent diverse interests