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Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater Presents... UPRISE

*Tickets will be available for sale at the door. Box Office opens at 7pm on Friday/Saturday and at 4:30pm on Sunday* Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater...

Empirical Results or Stereotypes? Cautions about ‘Gender Differences’ Research

Julie A. Nelson is a professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and senior research fellow at the Global Development and Environment...

Community Dance at Reed

The Reed College Dance Department is excited to announce open community dance sessions. These sessions are a collective forum for moving and talking about...

2017 Annual Seminatore Memorial Research Grant Presentation

Please join the sociology department for a discussion of their summer research sponsored by the Jennifer Hartman Seminatore Collaborative Summer Research...

Vulcan in the Russian North: Industrial Giants in a Traditional Environment

William Craft Brumfield, Professor of Slavic Studies at Tulane University and Honorary Fellow of the Russian Academy of the Arts, is the author of numerous...

Bruce Lincoln: “Before Religion? The Zoroastrian Concept of Daēnā and Two Myths about It”

A lecture as part of the Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program for the fall of 2017: All Religion Is Inter-Religion: A Celebration of Steven M....

Trialogue: "Past, Present, and Future of the Study of Religion"

A trialogue with Bruce Lincoln (University of Chicago), Steve Wasserstrom (Reed College), and Elliot Wolfson (University of California at Santa Barbara) on...

Framing the Trap: Postmodern Aesthetics, Themes, and Theories from the Trap

Framing the Trap further explores the theoretical claims made throughout bart fitzgerald’s recent works around Trap Music, its sonic histories, relation to...

The Storming of the Winter Palace

In commemoration of the centennial of Russian revolution, the Russian department presents the screening of the documentary film The Storming of the Winter...

Elliot Wolfson: “Anxiety, Lament, and the Language of Silence: Poetic Redemption and Gnostic Alienation”

A lecture as part of the Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program for fall of 2017: All Religion Is Inter-Religion: A Celebration of Steven M. Wasserstrom’s...

The Politics of Race and Space in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

John Collins is Associate Professor of Anthropology and the Director of Latin America and Latino Studies at Queen's College - CUNY. Since the mid-1990s, he...

Inclusive Reed Series Lecture: Addressing Islamophobia

Dispelling Myths to Confront Hate and Bias The post-9/11 era in the U.S. has exposed a significant degree of prejudice and bigotry towards Muslims and those...

Archaeological Institute of America: Sarah Levin-Richardson

Sarah Levin-Richardson of the University of Washington will lecture on the topic of "Brothels and Prostitution at Pompeii".

Friday@4 Concert: Student Recitals

Reed music students present an afternoon recital featuring Callie Burris, timpani; Wyatt Mischler, French horn; Rebecca Xie, piano; Shelby Williams, Lyn...

Reed Theatre presents "Citizen: an american lyric"

Citizen: an american lyric By Claudia Rankine adapted for the stage by Stephen Sachs Directed by Catherine Ming T’ien Duffly Citizen: an american lyric...

George Anders: "You Can Do Anything"

Join us in welcoming to campus George Anders, contributing editor at Forbes magazine and the author of five business books. Anders will share insights he...

License to Kill: An American Spy in Korea

At the dawn of the Cold War, a 23-year-old spy named Donald Nichols out-hustled the CIA and U.S. Army intelligence. He was given his own secret base in...

"The Chinese City as a Painted Scroll"

As elsewhere, cities in contemporary China are now understood through the use of digital media. The city has become virtual: it is often constituted through...

Portland Piano International Rising Star Concert featuring Vladislav Kosminov

Rising Star pianist Vladislav Kosminov presents an evening concert in Eliot Chapel that is free and open to the public. Program will feature a work composed...