Events

Thursday, September 26

[FULL] Spain: Andalucía in a Parador

Join fellow alumni and experience romantic southern Spain on a seven-night journey in Andalucía. Stay in a modern, first-class Parador in Antequera and...

Food Drive for Reed’s Community Pantry

September is Hunger Action Month, and Reed's Community Pantry aims to help Reedies facing food insecurity get access to healthy food. Many of us were once...

The Autopoets: Roland Dahwen, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and Tuesday Smillie

The Cooley Gallery, Reed College, and Converge 45 are pleased to present The Autopoets, the first exhibition of Facing Between Centers, Artistic Director...

Chemistry Seminar: "Illuminating the Bioinorganic Chemistry of Hormone Biology"

Marie Heffern is an assistant professor of chemistry at the University of California, Davis, where she started in August 2017. She obtained a dual degree in...

Can Works of Great Literature Help Us to Understand Inequality?

The recent rise of extreme high-end wealth inequality, to levels unprecedented since the late nineteenth century Gilded Age, raises sociological as well as...

Psychology Colloquium: Christine Fleener, Ph.D.

"A Dynamic Approach to Primate Cognitive Development"

Queer Exile: The Case of the Nabokov Brothers

What is it like to be an exile within exile? To find one’s queer self doubly alienated among fellow refugees? This talk explores configurations of queer...

Math Colloquium: Joe Buhler, Emeritus Reed College

"Balanced Sets" - The decomposition of the positive integers up to 8 into the sets {1,4,6,7} and {2,3,5,8} is unusually well balanced in the sense that the...

Intersections in Practice: Art, Architecture and Landscape

Roxi Thoren is an associate professor in the departments of architecture and landscape architecture and department head in landscape architecture at the...

Eloquently Responding to Great Works of Ancient Egyptian Philosophy

An Interpretation of The Tale of the Eloquent Peasant. Presented by Chike Jeffers, associate professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia....

Pre-Inauguration: Calligraphy Scriptorium and Weathergram Workshop

In honor of President Audrey Bilger’s inauguration, Reed will host a calligraphy scriptorium and weathergram workshop for students, staff, faculty, alumni,...

Visiting Writers Series: Hanif Abdurraqib

Hanif Abdurraqib is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. He is the author of a New York Times best-selling biography on A Tribe Called...

Thursday, September 26