Reed College

Events

October 23 - 29, 2017

Monday, October 23

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...

Wednesday, October 25

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...

Thursday, October 26

Chabad at Reed Tabling

Learn more about Chabad at Reed! Rabbi Dov and Chani Bialo will be giving out lollipops with kabbalah thoughts, shabbat candle lighting kits, and information...

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....

Friday, October 27

[CANCELLED] Coffee, Cocoa, and Rum: Beyond the Beaches in Historic Puerto Rico

Due to the uncertainty of conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, this trip has been canceled. Look for other opportunities to engage in alumni...

Dance Workshop: Gideon Obarzanek & DanceNorth Australia

This will be a workshop for Reed dance students and students invited from other schools. Limited spaces are available, but reservation are required. To...

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...

Saturday, October 28

[CANCELLED] Coffee, Cocoa, and Rum: Beyond the Beaches in Historic Puerto Rico

Due to the uncertainty of conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, this trip has been canceled. Look for other opportunities to engage in alumni...

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...

Sunday, October 29

[CANCELLED] Coffee, Cocoa, and Rum: Beyond the Beaches in Historic Puerto Rico

Due to the uncertainty of conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, this trip has been canceled. Look for other opportunities to engage in alumni...

October 23 - 29, 2017