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Humanities News

September 23

Faculty Lunches Begin


September 27-November 8 (Tuesday Mornings)

Breakfast with the Arts


October 5

Persepolis: A film based on Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel


October 6

A Conversation with Marjane Satrapi


October 9

Homeland: Iraq Year Zero (2015) will be screened by the Dartmouth Film Society


October 20

Marlon James


 January 24-25

Miranda July


 April 17

Jonathan Franzen


 May 3

Naomi Shahib Rye   


Fall 2016 Newsletter



The Leslie Center for the Humanities
Dartmouth College
6240 Haldeman Center, Room 263
Hanover, NH 03755
Tel. 603-646-0896
Fax. 603-646-0998

Mission Statement

• To be a site of innovation and excellence in the humanities, with a strong commitment to interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary study and innovation

• To host or organize conferences, symposia, seminars, performances and exhibitions

• To house and fund both Dartmouth faculty fellows and visiting scholars and artists in residence

• To improve campus coordination and publicity for the humanities, and actively pursue interdisciplinary cooperation with all Dartmouth departments and programs

•  To undertake collaborative ventures wherever possible with other campus centers, foundations and institutes (e.g. Rockefeller, Montgomery, Dickey), and to seek ongoing connections with the Hood Museum and the Hopkins Center for the Performing Arts

• To involve Dartmouth students in humanities-related and interdisciplinary activities; to foster student initiatives and contact with Dartmouth faculty as well as visiting academics and artists

• To play an active role in the rapidly expanding global network of humanities centers (CHCI) now numbering over one hundred in the US, England, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Australia, Russia, China, and elsewhere

• To form connections (in cooperation with existing college offices) with leading foundations that support humanities ventures

• To give Dartmouth a role commensurate with its high aspirations in shaping the intellectual and artistic world of the twenty first century

Last Updated: 5/4/12