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The two-day workshop will focus on the observed trends and variability in the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of the Gulf of Maine.
Class projects, independent student work, and student clubs will all be featured on the program of festive music and dance.
As Kuspit describes, since the 19th century serious critical understanding of the arts has been either "mathematical" or "poetic," to use Baudelaire's distinction, if sometimes conflating them.
A distinguished group of researchers from 17 different institutions will gather at Bowdoin for the State of Marine Ecology in the Gulf of Maine Symposium Saturday, May 5.
The theme of the concert is "Death and Heaven." In addition to the Jenkins Requiem the Chorus will perform four spirituals arranged by William Dawson about preparing to go to heaven or imagining what it will be like.
Stafford's work has consistently explored the intersections between the visual arts and the physical and biological sciences from the early modern to the contemporary era.
Orwin is a professor of political science, classics, and Jewish studies and director of the Program in Political Philosophy and International Affairs at the University of Toronto.
The feature-length documentary chronicles the stories of four teachers living and working in disparate urban and rural areas of the country.
This original dance theater piece blends humor, tenderness, and cruelty in an exploration of the games we play as children and adults, and the ways in which those games shape who we are.
When Rabbi Harry Sky examined works by Inuit artists, he found the artistic expression of his lifelong belief that people are always changing and transforming. The experiences of today shape the person you will be tomorrow.
This concert highlights the intimacy and energy of the human experience. From the poignant to the bold, the art of dance illuminates the stage through faculty repertory and emerging choreographers.
At the turn of the 21st century, Pentecostalism is the fastest growing sector of contemporary Christianity, with more than 523 million followers—an estimated 9 million conversions annually. Overwhelmingly, growth is evidenced outside of the West with women comprising 75 percent of the membership.
Cole, a visiting fellow in the Judaic Studies Program at Yale University, will present "The Poetry of Kabbalah, The Kabbalah of Poetry: Ruminations and a Reading."
Andrew March teaches and writes on problems in contemporary political philosophy, Islamic law, and Islamic political thought.
The Wabanaki Arts Festival brings Native American artists and musicians from Maine and across New England to the Bowdoin College campus.
The festival will feature a performance by legendary pianist Ilana Vered, a new work by Bowdoin composer Vineet Shende, and the New England premiere of a recently unearthed piece by Vladimir Horowitz.
A leading scholar of the history and theory of art museums, McClellan will give a talk titled "Private Collecting in the Age of Museums."
The trio features James Carter on saxophones, Gerard Gibbs on keyboards, and Leonard King on drums. They will announce their program from the stage.
Troy Van Voohris and Richmond Thompson will present alternate perspectives on the question of the intersections of faith and science.
Lesley Vance is known for pushing the limits of representation in her paintings and watercolors. Her reputation has grown since her inclusion in the 2010 Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial.