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The University is advancing its reputation for excellence in the arts by forming new partnerships with artists and scholars and making major new investments in programming and facilities.
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A new Brown-UMass collaboration leverages cultural and language expertise to help biomedical researchers work productively with the Deaf community and address low levels of health literacy.
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Spanning four centuries, five continents and many languages, the Dr. Steven Ungerleider Collection of Haggadot will enable new insights into the experiences and customs of Jewish communities across the globe.
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A revised plan that preserves historic structures and reduces the above-ground building footprint remains true to the University's academic requirements while addressing community concerns.
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The public intellectual, author and political activist will give a talk as part of Brown’s Politics in the Humanities lecture series.
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Currently located in Berlin at the home of American artist Ryan Mendoza, the historic home could begin a three-month stay in Providence in spring 2018 if initial plans materialize as envisioned by the University’s Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice and WaterFire Arts Providence.
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Honig, known for her wide-ranging work on the conditions necessary for collective democratic action, will discuss how the novel ‘Moby Dick’ responds to Thomas Hobbes’ ‘Leviathan.’
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The exhibition, titled “What Remains,” includes pieces completed in the last two years and encompassing three unique series by the longtime Brown University artist and scholar.
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By merging learned experience with lived experience, Antonia Shann co-created a French studies course on refugees that will be offered this fall.
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A team of Brown students led by the University’s virtual reality artist-in-residence have created an immersive experience to expose new generations of students to a dramatic, historically important Revolutionary War event.
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A summer performance camp organized by the Brown-based Miracle Project New England uses the arts to help young people with autism engage, socialize and communicate.
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