“Women, Islam, and the Middle East”
Zainab Salbi, 2016 Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholar-in-Residence
Please join us for a public lecture with Zainab Salbi, Iraqi-American humanitarian, author, and media personality, who has dedicated herself to women’s rights and freedom.
Fall 2016 Hortense Parker Celebration "Remembering the Past, Engaging in the Present, Transforming your Future"
Less than two decades after slavery was abolished in the United States, Mount Holyoke graduated its first known student of color. When Hortense Parker, class of 1883, arrived on campus in 1878 and Mount Holyoke officials learned that she was African American, they were surprised. But they let her enroll in classes and live on campus with the white students—both unusual in a segregationist era.
Mount Holyoke continues to celebrate the legacy of not only Hortense Parker, but all Mount Holyoke College students of color annually during the Hortense Parker Celebration which is sponsored by the SGA Students of Color Committee.
History Department Fall Tea 2016
Mount Holyoke Department of History Invites you to the Fall Advising Tea
Come meet the faculty and majors and minors of the history department, and find out about course listings for the spring!
"Bodies of Knowledge", a talk with Natalia Duong
A performance artist and choreographer, Duong's talk will examine the power of movement to evoke compassion and communication. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Duong’s interdisciplinary research examines the embodied transmission of trauma as exemplified in the bodies of those affected by Agent Orange in Vietnam and the United States. She has collaborated with artists to perform internationally in Edinburgh, Paris, Uganda, and Vietnam.
Preregister now for the Experiential Movement/Expression Workshop (limited to 20 participants)
Thursday, October 20, 2016, 4:15–5:15pm, Studio 2, Kendall Sports and Dance Complex
A performance artist and choreographer, Natalia will give a hands-on workshop that will examine the power of movement. This workshop is open to all students. No prior experience necessary.