Window on Williams – Witnessing Lands, Witnessing Possession

Annual Geosciences environmental seminar with Dr. Robin McDowell, University of Washington, St. Louis; Dr. Priscilla McCutcheon, University of Kentucky; Dr. Brittany Meché, Williams College; and Dr. Allison Guess, Williams College. "Witnessing Lands, Witnessing Possession" is a wide-ranging discussion on the geographies of colonialism and rebellion, food sovereignty movements across the African diaspora, and global environmental futures. Co-sponsored by the W. Ford Schumann '50 Program in Democratic Studies.

Producer
Jim Kolesar / Williams College Office of Public Affairs and Media Services
Series
Window on Williams
Category
Studio Shows & Interviews

WCMA – Women Shaping Space, Feminism and Materiality Part 1

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition "Mary Ann Unger: To Shape a Moon from Bone," this series of talks and discussions looks outward from the work of pioneering artist Mary Ann Unger to the contemporary landscape of curators and femme artists working at the intersections of large-scale sculpture, public art, material experimentation, and feminist practice.

Producer
The Clark
Series
Window on Williams
Category
Lectures & Forums

WCMA – Women Shaping Space, Feminism and Materiality Part 2

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition "Mary Ann Unger: To Shape a Moon from Bone," this series of talks and discussions looks outward from the work of pioneering artist Mary Ann Unger to the contemporary landscape of curators and femme artists working at the intersections of large-scale sculpture, public art, material experimentation, and feminist practice.

Producer
The Clark
Series
Window on Williams
Category
Lectures & Forums