A complement to the current faculty seminar, “Attending the Dead,” this comparative literature course explores medieval laments and elegies alongside primary sources that contextualize the role of lament and lamenters in their societies.
This health studies course, inspired by interested students, features a semester-long project in partnership with the Center for Creative Works, a studio and teaching space for artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
On Friday, March 18, the Haverford community celebrated the opening of its latest show, the ghostly Among The Unburied, with a reception and a talk by the show’s curator.
As part of her Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities-organized Tuttle Creative Residency on campus, poet Joan Naviyuk Kane gave a poetry reading and visited classes.
For Halloween cosplayer, artist, costumer, and actor Monique Bryars ’19 demonstrated some makeup techniques.