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    When professor Bernardo Rios saw the late advocate-artist Corita Kent's work at Skidmore’s Tang Museum, he wanted to research the connections between her work and Chicano communities. He invited Lisa Moran '17 to assist in the summer project, and now, in a This is Skidmore podcast, they explain where their project will go next.
    Aug 19 2017
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    After a rigorous application process, professor Heather Hurst '97 and Laura Somen Harrison '91 have both been awarded 2017 Guggenheim Fellowships.
    Apr 24 2017
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    Lisa Trever of the University of California at Berkeley will share her research about Moche temple murals of Peru in a Feb. 8 talk.
    Feb 8 2016
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    Professor Angela Commito will discuss archaeology in ancient Anatolia at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Somers Room of the Tang Teaching Museum. (Image: detail of site from Labraunda showing inscription naming Mausolos, the son of Hekatomnos.)
    Nov 4 2014
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    A photographic traverse of the entirety of Norway from north to south is one of 20 projects challenging recipients of $4000 SEE-Beyond grants this summer.
    Jun 7 2013
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    Anthropologist Jill D. Sweet is co-author of a new book that documents the striking public communal prayers of gesture and motion, presented by the Pueblo Indians.
    Oct 21 2011
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    Gold-medal swimmer Nancy Hogshead-Makar is an expert on matters of equity in sports. She'll discuss the challenges facing Olympics organizers as they deal with the decisions of recent Title IX litigation in the U.S. Her talk is free and open to the public.
    Feb 25 2011