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Throwback Thursday 12

Hello y’all! I’m here with the first Throwback Thursday of this year! Today we’re taking a look at the Lutton Memorial Fund for Performance and what Micah Walter ’14 did with the funding for his senior thesis. Micah, a music … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 11

Hi guys! It’s Thursday again, and today we’re talking about an art show in James House. The HCAH Student Arts Fund enables a variety of artistic endeavors, including the mounting of exhibitions. In April 2009, James House displayed work by … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 10

Whazzup, peeps? Back this week with a Student Seminar. Lucky for you, the HCAH has just released next fall’s student seminars, so read on and think about how awesome your fall could be.   Lewis Bauer (’06 English) led the … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 9

Welcome to another Thursday! Today we’re talking about the symposium, “Romancing Passing – Race, Gender, and Nation in Cinema.” In the second year of a Mellon Fellowship, each fellow stages a symposium or forum relating to their area of study. … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 8

Hi, y’all! It’s that time of week again! Today we’re going to take a look at one of the past courses sponsored by the center.   The course, “The Spirit and the Psyche: Spiritualism, Symbolism, Surrealism,” compared  three artistic movements … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 7

Hey guys! We’re back with another Throwback Thursday. Today’s topic: Dialogues on Art. In this Dialogues on Art trip, a group of faculty and students went to the Institute of Contemporary Art to see the exhibit, “Mike’s World: Michael Smith … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 6

Hello again! We’re back with this semester’s series of Throwback Thursdays.   This week, we’re talking about a student seminar called “Mining the Folktale,” led by Justin Dainer-Best ’09 (English, Psychology). The seminar delved into questions such as what constitutes a … Continue reading

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Thowback Thursday 5

Hi, guys! Happy Throwback Thursday #5! Today we’re taking a look at a Haverford course that was funded by the Center in the spring of 2010. The course, called African Masculinities, studied how race, gender, generation, and geography affect representations of … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 4

Hi y’all! Today we’re going to talk about a Dialogues on Art trip to the Klein Gallery in Philadelphia to view “Saving Faces” by Mark Gilbert. In this exhibit, the painter Mark Gilbert portrayed patients at the beginning, middle, and end … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 3

Hi, y’all! Anna and Miriam here with the third Throwback Thursday. Today we’re going to talk about a student play funded by the the Lutton Memorial Fund.   Jesse Paulsen, class of ’09, wrote and directed Service as his thesis production. The … Continue reading

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