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Jade Hoyer’s ‘study’ Exhibit Addresses Socioeconomic Inequality in Secondary Education

WHAT: study is an exhibition by artist Jade Hoyer that uses printmaking and installation to reimagine a secondary classroom setting. The exhibit confronts socioeconomic inequality in secondary education. study is sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts at Trinity College and is free and open to the public. WHEN: Opening Reception: Thursday, October 13, 4:00 […]

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Timothy Landry Explores Connections Between Science and Religion with Help from Paranormal Investigators

On a dark November night, students in Timothy Landry’s Anthropology of Religion course joined the Connecticut Paranormal Research Team (CTPRT) in Raether Library and Information Technology Center’s Level C periodical section to see if the area was haunted. The CTPRT set up a variety of scientific equipment that they say can help determine the presence […]

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Book by Samuel Kassow ’66 Being Turned Into Documentary Film

A book written by Samuel S. Kassow ’66, Charles H. Northam Professor of History at Trinity College, is being adapted for the screen by writer-director Roberta Grossman and executive producer Nancy Spielberg, sister to Steven Spielberg. Production is already under way to turn Kassow’s 2007 book, Who Will Write Our History? Emanuel Ringelblum, the Warsaw […]

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Assistant Professor Anida Yoeu Ali Displays Her Thought-Provoking Performances as ‘The Red Chador’

Trinity College is hosting an exhibition by 2015-2016 McGill Visiting Assistant Professor in International Studies Anida Yoeu Ali called “The Red Chador: What Is It You Fear?” The exhibition, which runs from November 3 to December 14, 2015, at the Widener Gallery at the Austin Arts Center, features videos and photos of performances in both […]

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Craig Schneider kicks off spring FRC Lecture Series

The Faculty Research Committee spring lecture series began Thursday, January 31, with a presentation by Charles A. Dana Professor of Biology Craig Schneider, who discussed the evolution of DNA sequencing and species recognition of marine macroalgae. Schneider’s game-changing work in this field has resulted in breakthroughs in the approach of molecular research on the taxonomy […]

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Joan Hedrick to appear in PBS documentary

In 1982, a Trinity student wrote a senior research paper chock-full of quotes by Harriet Beecher Stowe, an abolitionist who fought to end slavery through her most famous novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The professor who read that paper was Joan Hedrick, Charles A. Dana Professor of History, and the paper would turn out to have […]

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Trinity/UConn collaborative mapping project featured in Atlantic Cities

The Atlantic Cities recently profiled Associate Professor of Educational Studies Jack Dougherty and his colleagues at the University of Connecticut, who have created a series of unique interactive historical maps of the state of Connecticut. The maps were stitched together from thousands of photographs taken in 1934 of the state, which was the first in […]

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