Podcast: Download (Duration: 39:04 — 6.7MB) A conversation about the intersections of Iroquoian women’s singing traditions, ethnographic research, indigeneity and Haudenosaunee world views. After more than a century of anthropological research and 400 years of “encounter”, Iroquoian people are among the most studied of any culture in the world – and yet our knowledge of [...]
Podcast: Download (Duration: 35:35 — 6.1MB) Please join renowned female a cappella quartet Anonymous 4 for an informal discussion moderated by Jane O’Donnell, Professor of Music Emerita, Scripps College. Anonymous 4 is: Marsha Genensky ‘80 Ruth Cunningham Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek Susan Hellauer
Join Martha Osborne for an informative presentation on breast health, early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and survival.
People have long been attracted to Southern California’s beautiful mountains, valleys and shorelines. While beautiful, however, our topography represents an active landscape that is still growing and changing. Earthquakes are, of course, a constant reminder of this activity. The purpose of this presentation is to provide both the local and global geologic context for Southern California earthquakes which helps us understand the inevitability of significant earthquakes in our future.
CLAREMONT, Calif. (October 7, 2008) — Ellen Taylor, past president of the Claremont League of Women Voters, will be leading an informative session about the 12 statewide propositions on the November 4 ballot.
CLAREMONT, Calif. (April 18, 2008) — Alex Szabo, founder of the The Green Office, will present a special lunch talk, “Greening Your Office 101″ on Thursday, April 24, at noon in the Hampton Room of the Malott Commons, Scripps College. The event is free and open to the public.
CLAREMONT, Calif. (February 21, 2008) — Poet Lynne Thompson, Scripps alumna class of ’72, will present her 2007 Perugia Press prize-winning work, Beg No Pardon, at noon on February 26 in the Hampton Room, Malott Commons, Scripps College.
CLAREMONT, Calif. (February 15, 2008) — Author Sara Laschever will speak about women and negotiation on Friday, February 22, at 12 p.m. in the Hampton Room of the Malott Commons, Scripps College. Her lecture, “Ask For It: How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to Get What They Really Want,” will present the four-step negotiation guide detailed in her forthcoming book of the same name.
Unlike New York, Los Angeles did not have an true art museum until 1965. The artists who chose to pursue their art here were intentionally charting a course independent of that pursued by peers on the East Coast. Ed Kienholz, Robert Irwin, Ken Price, Ed Ruscha and others were rebels with a cause, creating work that was beholden to their own sensibilities despite the lack of gallery support or critical commentary. Hunter’s talk addresses the personalities and politics of the era, incorporating anecdotes recounted by the artists and those around them.
CLAREMONT, Calif. (February 13, 2007) — Author Carolyn Burke will present a lecture, “Lee Miller: On Both Sides of the Camera,” on Thursday, February 22, at 12 p.m. in the Hampton Room of the Malott Commons, Scripps College.