Fall Events 2015
Wednesday, September 23rd, at 4:30pm, in Seelye 201
Maria Gallo: "No One Helped: Gender, Race, and Sexuality in the Story of Kitty Genovese"
Marcia Gallo, professor of history at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and author of the new book, "No One Helped": Kitty Genovese, New York City, and the Myth of Urban Apathy (Cornell, 2015).
Thursday, October 22, 7:30 pm Carroll Room in the Campus Center
"Righting the Wrongs of Rock History: Women, Gender and Rock"
A panel discussion with reception to follow, will be held, featuring, June Millington (Fanny), Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses), JD Samson (Le Tigre/MEN), Alice Bag (TBags), Julie Cafritz (Pussy Galore/ Free Kitten), Kim House (Kim & The Created)
New Director for the Archives Concentration
Kelly Anderson, Oral Historian Sophia Smith Collection
The Rebecca Samay Rosenthal '07 Fund
The Archives Concentration is thrilled to announce the new Rosenthal Fund to support internships and capstone research in Archives and Books Studies Concentration. Learn more here.
ARX concentrator Olivia Ruiz '15 describes her semester studying abroad in Buenos Aires and the photos she made. Read her blog here.
Archives Exploratory Research Grants
The Archives Concentration is offering four grants of $500 each to faculty members for exploratory research in our Special Collections to identify materials that could be incorporated into new or existing courses. We especially encourage faculty teaching first year seminars to apply for support. Please click here for more information.