Just in time for Halloween, Katherine Duke ’05 spoke with art history professor Natasha Staller about her course “Witches, Vampires and Other Monsters,” about how monsters have crept into all kinds of disciplines and about why Sharon Stone is more terrifying than Nosferatu.
Ronald Tiersky, the Joseph B. Eastman 1904 Professor of Political Science, explores this question in a new book published this fall. The answer, he said in a recent interview, is that the continent matters a great deal, even if its influence is “pressed from all directions.”
Outside linebacker Jeff Katz ’11 is one of the best defensive players in the NESCAC. His path to Amherst is different from anything the football team has ever seen. Watch Katz and the rest of the Amherst football team take on Williams College during Homecoming this weekend.
Plenty, it turns out. “Knowing Television,” a course in the new Film and Media Studies Program that’s taught by Amelie Hastie, is a thought-provoking blend of theory and practice. Influential television writer and producer Henry Bromell ’70 visited a recent class and offered his take on TV’s past, present and future.