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Taught by Professor of Religion Kenneth Koltun-Fromm and Assistant Professor of Religion Molly Farneth, this course explores the role of food in religious beliefs and practices, including the role of food in religious rituals, the connection between religious foodways and religious identities, and the ethics of food production and consumption.
“I never understood what a 'life-changing' experience was until I went to Rome. I walked in with eyes half-lidded and walked out with a new respect for the beauty of the world and its infinite complexities.” – Zakery Oglesby '17
Each year more than 130 Haverford students take advantage of the opportunity to study abroad.
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship grew out of faculty and student interests that emerged in the late 1990s. Since then, the Center has developed and expanded into a flourishing nexus of social responsibility, civic engagement, and global peace work, both on campus and in the greater community.
Taught by Associate Professor of Computer Science John Dougherty, this course, which covers the design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems, explores how design decisions can impact access to computing and technology.
Closes April 27, 2018
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery
Resisting the historical definition of melancholy as an affliction that creates disorder or inactivity, this exhibition reimagines passive sadness as powerful refusal, a conscious (or unconscious) “standing aside,” a willful production of generative failures and resistant potencies. Details »
*We have a very tiny magic 8 ball.