Events

Tuesday, May 1

Claiming Authority

The exhibit Claiming Authority: Do Authenticity, Reliability, and Authoritativeness still matter? is on display during regular Special Collections Hours in...

From First Edition to Second Wave

A selection of recent acquisitions on view in the Schow Gallery, Sawyer Library, demonstrates the variety of material being acquired by Williams Special...

Library Tuesday Teas with Laura Ephraim

Professor Laura Ephraim discusses writing her book Who Speaks for Nature? On the Politics of Science. (University of Pennsylvania, 2017). The Tuesday Teas...

Jonathan Feldman, piano – Master Class

All are welcome to this public piano master class hosted by collaborative pianist Jonathan Feldman. The class features talented Williams music students...

The Art & Science of Landscape

Celebrate the landscapes of the Berkshires with a special look at works from WCMA’s collection. Think about the history and evolving terrain of local...

Agents of Change

One screening only — Free admission Talk Back Facilitated by Dr. Mérida M. Rúa From the well-publicized events at San Francisco State in 1968 to the image...

Louise Glück Poetry Reading

Louise Glück is one of America’s most honored contemporary poets. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Glück is a former Poet Laureate of the United States and the...

Elizabeth Hoover Talk, "The River Is In Us:  Science, Politics and Environmental Justice in a Native American Community."

Elizabeth Hoover (Williams '01) is Manning Assistant Professor of American Studies at Brown University, and teaches courses on environmental health and...

Jazz Voice Studio Recital

Jazz Voice students of Samirah Evans put on a concert of standards along with a small combo.

Tuesday, May 1