Welcome to Dartmouth NEXT, a virtual forum of big ideas—developed to bring the best of Dartmouth to our global community. Explore contemporary issues, engage in conversations around the world’s great challenges, and enjoy not-to-miss events from campus and ‘round the girdled earth. This is what’s NEXT for Dartmouth.
Go back to class with our expert Dartmouth faculty for short seminars on their academic passions. Learn more about groundbreaking research, new methods of teaching, and the ways our teacher-scholars are changing the world.
AMPLIFYING UNTOLD STORIES THROUGH ART
Maxwell L. Anderson ’77, President of the Souls Grown Deep Foundation connects with Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing Kimberly Juanita Brown in a conversation about the vital intersection of storytelling, social justice, and the arts.
THE URGENCY OF INDIGENOUS FICTION: A CONVERSATION WITH LOUISE ERDRICH ’76
Pulitzer prize-winning author Louise Erdrich (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) ’76 and N. Bruce Duthu (Houma) ’80, Samson Occom Professor of Native American & Indigenous Studies discuss the role of fiction writers and contemporary Indigenous writing.
RETHINKING HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
Leader in public health and former Dartmouth trustee John Rich ’80 talks with Director of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice Amber E. Barnato about new models of healthcare delivery, mental health, and the state of public health in cities.
WHAT DOES A RISING CHINA MEAN FOR THE U.S. AND THE WORLD?
Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Henry M. Paulson Jr. ’68 H’07 talks with Associate Professor of Government Jennifer Lind about the delicate power dynamics and future of relations between the western world and rising superpower China.
WILL WE EVER HAVE “AND JUSTICE FOR ALL?”
MacArthur Fellow, legal scholar, and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed ’81 discusses the paradox of America’s historic commitment to freedom and its real history of slavery and racism with Associate Professor of History Julia Rabig.