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Bulawayo to Bennington

Date Change -- Bulawayo to Bennington: Diasporic Rendition, Blackness as Liberty | Exhibition Opening

Barn East Gallery

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | In the Bulawayo to Bennington: Diasporic Rendition, Blackness as Liberty exhibition, the artist aims to orient a visual representation of the African Diaspora within the medium of the image. This project spans 4 years of work made across continents and explores the diverse and multi-faceted nature of what it means to be a diasporan, how representation is inherently linked to identity, and whether or not any kind of return to ancestry, to home, or to the self is possible once lost.

Mission Statement Community Feedback Session

Virtual Event

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | We invite the community to join these session where we will present drafts of the Bennington College mission statement.

Lucas Bessire SCT Colloquium—Spring 2022

Aquifer Aporias: Towards an Anthropology of Groundwater Depletion

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Lucas Bessire is an American writer, filmmaker and anthropologist. His work focuses on politics, environment and media in the Americas. Currently, he is an associate professor of Anthropology at the University of Oklahoma.

Nuria Morgado Cultural Studies and Language Series - Spring 2022

Doubting Doubt: The Power of Skepticism and Paradox in Antonio Machado’s Poetry and Philosophical Thought

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Nuria Morgado is Professor of Hispanic Studies at the College of Staten Island and The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY). Her research interests include modern and contemporary Hispanic literature, cultural studies, comparative literature, and the relationship between literature, culture and philosophy.