Whether you're dreaming up a research project abroad, exploring ways to collaborate with friends and partners on campus, or coming up with the next world-changing idea, the Center is here to support and celebrate your vision.
A conversation between Kelly Brignac, an Assistant Professor of Atlantic History at Colby College, and Danae Jacobson, an Assistant Professor of U.S. History at Colby College.
The Center for the Arts and Humanities is delighted to announce that Bryant Terry is our Food for Thought Keynote speaker. Bryant Terry is a chef, food justice activist, and critically acclaimed author fighting for a more just and sustainable food system.
Dr. Ashanté Reese is assistant professor of African and African Diaspora Studies at TheUniversity of Texas at Austin. She earned a PhD in Anthropology from American University and a bachelors of arts in History with a minor in African American studies from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
Food highlights a living paradox: it represents the key ingredient that binds us together, and yet divides us when power dynamics and privilege are at play. By shedding light on these intricate realities, “Food for Thought’ seeks to problematize and critically assess the complex social, cultural, environmental, political relationships that we have with food.
Mark your calendars for the 2023 Colby Summer Institute in Environmental Humanities! If you are an academic, artist, activist, or independent scholar with a passion for the Environmental Humanities, we invite you to join us in beautiful Maine from July 30-August 6, 2023, for a week of seminars, lectures, workshops, field trips, and other events.