SHORT TALKS ON BIG IDEAS
Professor Mary Coffey on Orozco's American Epic
Join Professor of Art History Mary Coffey, as she takes us on a journey through the Baker Library lower level reading room to learn more about one of Dartmouth’s most treasured works, The Epic of American Civilization.
Professor Jeremy DeSilva on the Evolution of Upright Walking
Learn more about Associate Professor of Anthropology, Jeremy DeSilva’s fascinating research on the origins of upright walking through the fossil record, and its effects on the human experience.
Professor Dan Rockmore on Machine Learning and Creativity
Go back to class with Associate Professor Dan Rockmore as he explores the future of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and its influence on human creativity.
Professor Kimberly Juanita Brown on Slavery's Afterlife
Go back to class with Associate Professor Kimberly Juanita Brown as she examines our culture’s perception of Black bodies, imminent death, and the ways these images can cause collective suffering.
Professor Meredith Kelly on Climate Change
Learn more about Associate Professor of Earth Science, Meredith Kelly’s captivating research on climate change and the surprising history of the landscape where Dartmouth stands today.