Mireille Rebeiz explores the connections among such issues as war crimes, terrorism, Lebanese women writers and sexuality, and readers will soon get a look at it all through her first book.
Learn more about Cassandra DiPierro ’23, a psychology major with two minors, who's pursuing a health-studies certificate, is an avid hiker and is certified in reiki.
Farrell will join a “uniquely interdisciplinary and creative community” as she completes the research and writing for her new book.
Graduating women's, gender & sexuality studies major is accepted into University of Washington Ph.D. program.
The best thing about Sagun Sharma '21’s time at Dickinson? “Being able to meet and engage with so many different, amazing people from all around the world.”
Author and social historian Cathleen Cahill will explore the hidden stories of suffragists of color in a virtual talk.
A panel of five Dickinson professors representing a variety of disciplines and national backgrounds will address worldwide environmental activism and protest movements in different countries.
Costume designer Kristin Achtmeyer ’06 turns a vision into a consistent and accurate reality throughout the entire cast of a production, and she has some impressive credits to her name.
Filmmaker Amandine Gay will visit Dickinson for a screening of her film, “Ouvrir la voix” (Speak Up/Make Your Way), and a related discussion.
Award-winning author, actress, director and scholar Sharrell D. Luckett will share stories about the journey towards self-love in a lecture at Dickinson.
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