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  • Skidmore News
    "Art Collecting in America: A New Vantage Point for the History of Art," will be presented Tuesday, Nov. 13, by Inge Reist, director of the Center for the History of Collecting in America.
    Nov 9 2012
  • April+Bernard
    April Bernard, associate professor of English and director of creative writing at Skidmore, will give a reading of her fiction and poetry at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, in Davis Auditorium, Palamountain Hall.
    Nov 2 2012
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    The Muse at Home, an exhibition of art from the personal collections of Skidmore arts faculty and staff, opens Thursday, Nov. 1, in the Schick Art Gallery on campus. An opening reception is scheduled at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 1, and several special events are planned in connection with the exhibition
    Oct 25 2012
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    Lisa Doris Alexander has researched how media coverage has affected baseball fans' perception of the national pastime. As we look toward the World Series, her scholarship has special resonance. Come hear her talk on Sept. 18 in Davis Auditorium.
    Sep 14 2012
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    A number of Autism Awareness events, coordinated by students of Rachel Mann-Rosan, continue this week on campus. The week wraps up with an Autism Information Fair and Carnival on Sunday, April 29, in Skidmore's Intramural Gym. All events are free and open to the public.
    Apr 22 2012
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    Psychologist Rachel Mann-Rosan has encouraged her students to take the lead in organizing events to raise awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder. They have scheduled a number of activities for the campus and community to attend. Admission is open to all.
    Apr 16 2012
  • Skidmore News
    Barack Obama's ascension to the presidency raises a host of philosophical questions, the most obvious of which have to do with the present and future of U.S. racial politics. Penn State scholar Paul Taylor will examine the current state and future propects of racial transformation in the U.S.
    Apr 14 2012
  • Skidmore News
    Fairfield University scholar Linda Henkel has long studied memory, including memory distortion and real vs. imagined memory. Her Skidmore presentation will focus on the ways that photographs can influence memory.
    Apr 6 2012
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    Visiting scholar Cynthia Hahn has researched and written about the art historical issues surrounding relics and reliquaries, and will draw on that research for her March 8 Skidmore lecture.
    Mar 6 2012
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    The award-winning author will share some of his newest stories in the March 6 reading, which is free and open to the public. (Photo by Michael Lionstar)
    Mar 2 2012