Jacob Appel reads from his collection of essays Phoning Home and his novel The Biology of Luck
Join Michael Wimberly & Oluyemi Thomas for an afternoon of compositions and improvisations titled "Spirit Music," the first in the Music for a Sunday Afternoon series.
Join us for the screening of a new, award-winning documentary about the undeniable momentum behind river restoration that has begun to take hold in the U.S.
Find out where your own intellectual interests might lead during Marlboro's Fall Open House.
Readings by Sybil Lamb, Casey Plett, and Imogene Binnie, three transgender authors who are part of a six-week tour sponsored by Topside Press.
Matan Rubinstein, Wes Brown, and Bob Weiner will perform Sada, a body of compositions for improvisors in a small group setting.
Getachew Tadesse Eshete discusses intertwining biophysical and socio-economic factors in the biodiverse region of southwest Ethiopia.
Urban sociaology scholar Yassir Munif will discuss global powers, radical islam, and the invisible revolution in Syria
Pianist Renana Gutman and violinist Yoojin Jang present a program of Corigliano, Szymanowski, and Beethoven's Violin Sonata No. 10 in G major.
Senior Hannah Ruth Brothers presents a series of works she choreographed as part of her Plan of Concentration.
Boukary Sawadogo, Marlboro's inimitable professor of French, shares his film about African educators teaching French in Louisiana.