Star Media Corps student Alanna Rebbeck spent the summer working with Eli Dueker on mapping the Saw Kill Watershed
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.
Noah Segal-Gould is working with Historic Red Hook to develop an exhibit using beacon technology
Friday, April 29, 1-6pm
SUNY New Paltz.
Saturday, April 30th 10:30AM - 6PM
Bard College, RKC 103.
This two-day symposium will focus on questions of aurality, transmission, aesthetics, and evidence. April 7-8
This podcast uses theory to explain the world around us, from pop culture to politics to our personal lives.
The Experimental Humanities concentration is taking applications for new EH courses based on student ideas, to be designed in collaboration with faculty.
A new application for mapping social justice
Miriam Posner talks lobotomy, photography, and palladio. Check out our Storify!