Intersectionality in the Age of Populism, a symposium in three panels on Friday, April 20, presenting Montgomery Fellow Didier Eribon, Roth Distinguished Visiting Scholar Nancy Fraser, and Montgomery Fellow Édouard Louis.
With only a few days remaining before Iowa holds its first-in-the-nation caucuses, presidential hopefuls are making their final push for grassroots support. At Dartmouth, the results are being closely watched by Brendan Nyhan, assistant professor of government, and Hendrik Hertzberg, a political commentator for The New Yorker.
When he was a college student, Daniel Potts visited Dartmouth several times as a member of the Harvard soccer team. Now a professor of ancient Near Eastern archaeology and history at New York University’s Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, Potts returns to Dartmouth as a Montgomery Fellow for the 2014 spring term.
Novelist Kurt Vonnegut, choreographer Merce Cunningham, philosopher Michel Foucault, Nobel Prize winning physicist Leon Lederman—the list of luminaries the Montgomery Endowment has brought to Dartmouth over its 36 years is a long one.