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Guggenheim fellow Michael Kolster spent a month this spring photographing the Savannah River in the southeastern U.S., where his old-fashioned camera setup caught the eye of an editor at The Augusta Chronicle.
Mezzo-soprano Rachel Calloway and the Amernet String Quartet will premiere Bowdoin composer Vineet Shende's new song cycle ‘Thin Bits of Evidence’ in Studzinski Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 9th, in a program that includes works by Janacek, Grieg, and Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz.
Pickard Theater and Wish Theater, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Studzinski Recital Hall, Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, Hawthorne Longfellow Library.
To be at home in all lands and all ages; to count Nature a familiar acquaintance, and Art an intimate friend…
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Spanish Fascism and the Spectacle of Garcia Lorca's Missing Corpse (Carmen Moreno Nuño)
– 10:00 PM
Moulton Union, Main Lounge
Professor Carmen Moreno Nuño, University of Kentucky, focuses on the memory of the Spanish Civil War, which has become a central topic in Spain in the twenty-first century.
Must Mediterranean Men be Masculine? Reflections on a Stereotype
– 9:00 PM
Searles Science Building, Room 315
Presented by Michael Herzfeld, Ernest E. Monrad Professor of the Social Sciences, and Curator of European Ethnology in the Peabody Museum at Harvard University. Sponsored by The Mellon Initiative in Mediterranean Studies.
Film: Vanishing Point (2012)
– 9:00 PM
Sills Hall, Smith Auditorium
Navarana is an Inughuit elder from the northern district of Greenland. In the 1860s, her ancestor led a legendary Inuit migration to Greenland. More than 150 years later, Navarana connects with distant cousins and explores these two isolated groups.
Dana Renga: Mafia, Masculinity, Melodrama
– 6:00 PM
Massachusetts Hall, Faculty Room
Dana Renga, Assistant Professor of Italian at The Ohio State University, will discuss the ways in which the conventions of melodrama shape the mafia movie, focusing in particular on the Italian box-office hit Romanzo criminale (Michele Placido, 2005).
Common Hour with Museum Pieces
– 1:30 PM
Museum of Art, Steps
Museum Pieces, a Bowdoin tradition for more than twenty years, will conclude the 2013-2014 Common Hour series. The annual event celebrates the arrival of spring through dance and music provided by the Department of Theater and Dance, class projects, and independent student work. For more information and to view the full Spring 2014 Common Hour schedule, please visit: Events and Summer Programs: Common Hour