The Department of Political Science would like to invite the entire Amherst College community to a panel discussion on "Why Democracy Matters: Reflections on the Current Crisis and America's Democratic Future." Hop on Zoom to hear Professors Javier Corrales, Jonathan Obert, Eleonora Mattiacci and Austin Sarat share their views. Panel discussion starts at 7:00 pm. This is the third installment in a series of events sponsored by the Political Science Department. This event is free and open to the entire Amherst community.
Registration in advance is required:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with info about joining the meeting.
President Martin and the Employee Council invite you to an All-Staff Town Hall. Please visit the Employee Council website to submit advance questions and appreciations by 1 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27. This is also where you can access Zoom connection information for the meeting.
This year, the Mead’s annual Collecting 101 student acquisitions program is on hiatus. However, we’re partnering with students in “The Art Market” course, taught by Niko Vicario, assistant professor of art and the history of art, to keep students involved in selecting the next work of contemporary art for the Mead. Join us on Zoom to hear students make proposals and vote in real time for the artwork the Mead will acquire.
This acquisition is made possible by a generous gift from Scott Nagle '85, Mead Advisory Board member. This program is presented in collaboration with Niko Vicario’s course “The Art Market” and the Department of Art and the History of Art.