Featured Events

Chabad Tabling

Chabad at Reed is Reed College's only resource for Jewish students. Come stop by for a lollipop and a Kabbalah thought :)

Exhibition: Iconoclastic

Including works by Morehshin Allahyari, Demian DinéYazhi´, Maya Lin, Goshka Macuga, Michael Rakowitz, and Ryan Woodring. Curators: Stephanie Snyder, John...

Archaeological Institute of America Lecture: Megan Daniels

"Big Histories: The Phoenicians and the Formation of the Mediterranean World" Who were the Phoenicians and why do they matter? This talk investigates the...

Jamele Watkins: "Borderless and Brazen: Contemporary Afro-German Theater"

Dr. Jamele Watkins will discuss her research on the emerging genre of Black German theater. In her work, Watkins analyzes the intersections of race, gender,...

Friday @ 4 Concert

We invite to join us for a 50-minute student recital featuring Reed music students performing a wide range of great music, from the great classics of the...

Biology Seminar Speaker: T.M. Murali, Ph.D., Virginia Tech, Department of Computer Science,

This Friday's Biology Department Seminar speaker is: T.M. Murali, Ph.D. Virginia Tech, Department of Computer Science, Co-Director, Center for Systems...

Decolonize: The Mapuche Struggle for Land and Language

In honor of International Mother Language Day, please join us for a film screening of Zuguleaiñ: We Will Speak and Weichanmu: We Are Going to War, followed...

"Democratic Competition: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"

Professor Ian Shapiro of Yale University will continue the Spring 2017 Public Policy Lecture Series on the theme of Democratic Theory in the Light of Donald...

Lecture: Io Palmer

"Sculpture in the Expanded Field" Through work inspired by man-made disasters, couture garment designs, and various other industrial and domestic forms, Io...

"U.S. Immigration Policy in the Age of Trump: Do Facts Matter?"

Wayne Cornelius continues the Spring 2017 Public Policy Lecture Series on the theme of Democratic Theory in the Light of Donald Trump. This lecture will...

Black Data: Vogue Time Down

Shaka McGlotten is Associate Professor of Media, Society, and the Arts at Purchase College, State University of New York. He is the author of Virtual...

Friends of Chamber Music presents: Chanticleer

Called “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker, Chanticleer, celebrates its 39th season in 2016-17, performing in the United States, Germany,...

Chabad Tabling

Chabad at Reed is Reed College's only resource for Jewish students. Come stop by for a lollipop and a Kabbalah thought :)

"These Violent Delights," an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

Responding to the social and political world we find ourselves in, this adaptation asks, "In a threatening world, what does safety mean and when do we get to...

100 Years After Red October

The Ellison Center for Russian, East Eurpean and Central Asian Studies presents "100 Years After Red October: Historical Legacies and New Beginnings in...

“White Bound: Nationalists, Antiracists, and the Shared Meanings of Race”

Matthew W. Hughey, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Connecticut Discussions of race are inevitably fraught with tension, both in...

Stephen E. Ostrow Distinguished Visitors Program in the Visual Arts: Finbarr Barry Flood

"Amplifying Aura? The Prophetic Sandal in the Ages of Its Technological Reproducibility" Although recent controversies about the historical representation...

Archaeological Institute of America Lecture: Anthony J. Barbieri-Low

"The Tombs of Scribes in Early Imperial China and Ancient Egypt" The officially-trained scribe played an pivotal role in the administration of early empires...

Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program: Patricia White, "Mapping Women's Cinema"

This talk displaces Hollywood from the landscape of contemporary women’s filmmaking, focusing on the global networks that support and circulate independent...

Friday @ 4 Concert

We invite to join us for a 50-minute student recital featuring Reed music students performing a wide range of great music, from the great classics of the...