Students studying abroad take note of one key difference between Europeans and Americans.
Monthly Archive for November, 2010
Professor Mary-Jane Rubenstein discusses the logic of creatio ex nihilo, its strange recapitulation in twentieth-century cosmology, and the remnants of divine sovereignty it has brought along with it.
La Mandragola is a comic tale of love, corruption and deceit in Renaissance Italy.
Professors and Authors Diamela Eltit and Sylvia Molloy discuss their representations of Body, Memory, and Illness. The conversation will also address issues of current interest in Latin American culture.
Come see the Peruvian film ‘The Milk of Sorrow.’
WATER AND HEALTH: What Wesleyan students are doing Date: Wednesday, December 1 Time: 4:30–6:00pm Location: PAC 002 Wesleyan World Wednesdays, Brighter Dawns, and the Water Awareness Project Nigeria present: Two Wesleyan juniors will speak about their projects in their developing homeland and how you can participate: Yinka Taiwo-Peters: Water Awareness Project Nigeria, providing low-cost clean […]
Enter this year’s Brighter Dawn Gingerbread House Building Contest. All proceeds go to improving health and sanitation in Bangladesh.
Enjoy food from the best local chefs with all proceeds going to End Hunger Connecticut.
YouTube – The Walk for Water in Rwanda with Carina Kurban ’14.
Dar Williams ’89 has released a new double retrospective CD.