Géraldine Gourbe will be giving a lecture entitled “From Feminist Art Objects to Feminist Art Practices: Writing, Curating, and Teaching.” March 25 in Lebus Court 113, 12:15pm.
May 17, 2014 – Good luck Clara and Abeni!
American Studies Program, Pomona College Friday, Oct. 25, 4:15-5:15pm Lyman Hall, Thatcher Music Building Gaye Theresa Johnson Associate Professor of Black Studies, UC Santa Barbara “Teeth Gritting Harmony”: Punk, Hip...
American Studies seniors Theresa Garcia and Jenessa Irvine were the recipients of awards at the Class Day Ceremony on May 18.
The Claremont Entertainment Group (CEG), a collection of Claremont Colleges alums in New York City who work in the arts and entertainment industry, has compiled a list of online resources for employment-seeking graduates.
American Studies student liaisons Kristen Trofa, along with American Studies junior and future liaison Clara Shelton, helped spread the word about the major at Pomona College’s Admissions Fair on Stover Walk on April 15.
On Friday, April 26, 2013 seniors from the 5-College American Studies Program presented summaries of their senior theses to an appreciative audience in a packed house in the library of the History Department at Pomona College.
Ben Harbert will screen his new documentary on the role of music in three Louisiana prisons and Casey Blake will explore the art of Allan Kaprow and Siah Armajani.
Cage/Gaines/Bridges: Connections: A Discussion of the current exhibitions at the Pomona College Museum of Art by Professors Frances Pohl (Ar History, PO) and Joti Rockwell (Music, PO)
Matt Delmont wrote an essay on the racial legacy of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand titled “Clark Aids Blacks on Bandstand? Not always. A historian on the complex racial legacy of the music show Dick Clark hosted.”