Nicole Merola’s essay published in the new anthology, “Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities”

Nicole Merola’s essay, Engaging the ‘Eaarth’: Teaching and making climate change cultures in an art and design context, was published in the new anthology, Teaching Climate Change…

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Phil Eil interviews Jeff Chang, author of “We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation”, for Salon

Phil Eil interviewed Jeff Chang, author of We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation, for

Jonathan Highfield presents “Food as Archive” at the International Symposium on Food Studies

Jonathan Highfield presented a talk, entitled All Yesterday’s Meals: Food as Archive at the International Symposium on Food Studies: Transnational Conversations at the University…

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“Invoking the Translator,” a conversation between Avishek Ganguly and the Raqs Media Collective

Invoking the Translator,” a conversation between Avishek Ganguly and the Raqs Media Collective

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Mairéad Byrne presents at the Society for Artistic Research conference on writing

Mairéad Byrne presented at the Society for Artistic Research (SAR) annual conference on 28th and 29th April in The Hague. SAR is a Zurich-based…

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Patricia Barbeito moderates panel dicussion

Patricia Barbeito served as moderator for the panel discussion that followed the screening of Canvases of Courage, where artists and producers shared context,…

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Greta Methot completes work as Production Coordinator on two films, “Revelers” and “Duality”

Greta Methot recently finished work as Production Coordinator on two films: Revelers (directed by Julius Ramsay), a feature length film shot in Rhode Island, and Duality (directed by Elika…

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Rachel Glaser, LAS Concentrator alumna, returns to RISD to read from her new novel “Paulina & Fran”

2005 Painting alumna & LAS concentrator, Rachel Glaser, returns to RISD to read from her new novel Paulina & Fran (HarperCollins 2015) on 04/05/16 in…

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An inside look at Phi Eil’s “True Crime” class

An article on Phil Eil’s popular Wintersession class, True Crime, where students examine the genre through a multimedia lens, is featured on RISD News.

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RISD Theatre Production Workshop presents “Reynard the Fox”

RISD Theatre Production Workshop will be presenting Reynard the Fox, an original play written and directed by Literary Arts + Studies lecturer Fred Sullivan on…

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