Linda Dalrymple Henderson '69 is a major figure in art history, specializing in the intersections between math, science, technology and the occult.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with the U.S. Army and A2Z Global.
Students translate humorous texts by well-known German writer-performer in advance of dynamic public reading.
Jake Saltzberg ’20 wanted to study business, but he also wanted the benefits of a global education. Dickinson’s distinctive major in international business & management was a perfect fit.
Lee Mottola '18 earns Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Scholarship to teach in Berlin, Germany.
Yoko Tawada to read excerpts of her novels, poems and essays in Japanese and German, with English translations.
The foreign-language departments kicked off their writer-in-residence series with a young German writer whose comical observations open a window to art and youth culture in Berlin.
International directors, writers, performing artists and scholars bring the world to campus and into the classroom.
Two Dickinsonians are set to engage the world through two prestigious international scholarships.
A leading scholar of the Holocaust, Paul Bartrop, will present Dickinson’s 2017 Pincus Lecture.
Dickinson professors leave the classroom far below for a dizzying hobby.
The Trout Gallery exhibits renowned German artist Käthe Kollwitz’s etchings of the Peasant War.
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