The Louise W. and Edmund J. Kahn Liberal Arts Institute supports collaborative research among Smith and Five College faculty, Smith students, and visiting scholars without regard to the traditional boundaries of departments, programs and academic divisions. Each year the institute supports long- and short-term projects that are proposed, planned and organized by members of the Smith College faculty.
A Visit to Terezin
A Kahn Institute Lunchtime Lecture by
Tuesday, October 20, Noon
Campus Center 103-104
Artist, filmmaker, photographer and writer Daniel Blaufuks, will present a public lunchtime lecture including screenings of his film works and discussion around images and illusions of memory.
Blaufuks' lecture is part of the long-term project Memory: Form, Function, and Fallibility. Read more>
What Makes You Grateful?
A Kahn Gallery Installation
Now on display at the Kahn Gallery: an exhibit by Anne Kubitsky '05, founder of the Look for the Good Project, of images and personal stories of people around the world.
Visit the Kahn Gallery, say what you are grateful for and add your voice.