The 12 Bi-Co students in Naomi Safran-Hon’s “Sculpture: Materials and Techniques” class were asked to construct site-specific installations across campus—from the library to the Nature Trail to the KINSC Rotunda—for their final projects this fall.
This history course examines the theories and strategies that people developed to explain the advent and spread of individual plagues and epidemics.
This course, which is cross-listed in East Asian languages and cultures, environmental studies, and visual studies, examines the relationship between environment and the arts in China and Japan—particularly how artists engage with and respond to nature through varied modes of artistic production and exhibition.
Students from “Advanced Topics in Biology of Marine Life” give a series of solution-oriented presentations introducing audience members to a variety of case-study analyses on the artificial impact to the world’s marine ecosystems.
This English course introduces students to the study of literature through the art of borrowing, sampling, recycling, and remixing.