Author Archives: Emma Lumeij '16

Light, Phoenix-like from the past

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Thanks to the generosity of Haverford’s Hurford Center, I have been pursuing independent research for my upcoming thesis project at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. The archive is massive, but I have to the best of my abilities … Continue reading

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Ghost Dancing at the NYPL

This summer I am remotely assisting Professor Reckson with a book she is writing about ecstatic experience and performance in American literary realism. In the fall she will be doing research at the Library of Congress in D.C., and until … Continue reading

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Fine Arts Senior Thesis Opening Reception at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Each year the Haverford College Department of Fine Arts presents the work of its graduating seniors in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery. For the occasion, I interviewed Vanessa Hernandez, a senior Fine Arts and Spanish double major, who wrote a comic … Continue reading

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Checking in with Nick Kahn ’14: A Skee-ball Anniversary Interview

Almost exactly one year ago, Haverford College’s Exhibitions Program entered all 1,920 Haverford students, faculty, and staff into a single-elimination skee-ball tournament called And the Winner Is… After over a month of competitive games, Nick Kahn ’14 won the tournament … Continue reading

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Lightning Talks Round 2

What can someone meaningfully get out of a series of two-minute presentations that range in topics from digital scholarship to digital doodles? On January 31st 2013, 20 professors, students, and staff came together in the Philips Wing of Magill Library … Continue reading

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Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery Opening: Other People’s Property

Photo by Matthew Callinan What meaning can be found in the image of an appropriated image of an Absolut Vodka advertisement where the familiar image of the glass bottle shares the shape of an African slave ship? I went to … Continue reading

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