On Wednesday, December 10, EH students shared their work in the form of presentations and exhibitions. Participating classes included "Woman as Cyborg" and "Virtual Environments."
As part of the Experimental Humanities "Sound Cluster," the Anthropology Program and EH presents the "Sound and Affect," lecture series. Fall guests included Jesse Shipley, Ryan Dohoney, Deborah A. Thomas, Neo Muyanga and Sarah Nuttal, Matt Sakakeeny, and Agnes Umunna Fallah Kamara.
Bard College has been awarded an $800,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the College’s Experimental Humanities initiative. Support from the Mellon Foundation will transform Experimental Humanities at Bard into a hub for scholarly, curricular, and artistic innovations.