October 25, 2021Scholarship and identity through family, Afrofuturism, and 1,600 vinyl records
As part of his ongoing exploration into multimodal scholarship, doctoral student Antoine Haywood pairs his newly published autoethnographic essay with a curated soundtrack.
October 21, 2021The arts at Penn, a return to form
Join the arts community at the University of Pennsylvania as we safely welcome back the public for a season of exhibitions, performances, new public art, and visiting artists. A range of artists will be featured across campus including Amitav Ghosh, Ulysses Jenkins, Simone Leigh, Roberto Lugo, Maya Lin, Maceo Parker, Arthur Tress, and many more.
October 20, 2021Answering ‘How will we live together?’ at the Venice Biennale
After more than a year of delays, Penn faculty and students were able to participate in La Biennale di Venezia architectural exhibition with both virtual and physical submissions.
October 19, 2021Tackling the topic of decolonization
Deborah Thomas, who runs Penn’s Center for Experimental Ethnography, and Christopher Woods, director of the Penn Museum, discuss a conference on decolonization that starts today, why now is the time for such a conversation, and where they hope it leads.
October 8, 2021‘Poldergeist’ videos make knowledge of climate change accessible
In the first video of a series, Simon Richter of the School of Arts & Sciences, alongside a team of interns, works to demystify the Netherlands’ handle on sea level rise.