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  • Kuperberg, Mark, 1950- (Swarthmore College, November 11, 2014)
    While economists are not that good at forecasting, it is, nevertheless, useful to think about what economics has to say about our future. Are elite colleges pricing themselves out of the market? Will for profit colleges ...
  • Kuperberg, Mark, 1950- (Swarthmore College, June 7, 2014)
  • Eldridge, Richard Thomas, 1953- (Swarthmore College, January 25, 2006)
    Serious literary fictional narratives seem important; they have a significant place in university curricula. But why are they important? And what makes them serious and literary, as opposed to or in addition to just fictional ...
  • Baker, Alan Richard, 1969- (Swarthmore College, November , 2007)
    "Philosophers have traditionally classified mathematical knowledge as 'a priori' and scientific knowledge as 'a posteriori,'" Baler says. "In other words, mathematics can be done without leaving one's armchair, while physics ...
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, ca.1974, 1974)
    Scenes from the programs of Swarthmore College's Folk Dance Club probably in 1972 and 1973
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1974, 1973)
    Scenes from the programs of Swarthmore College's Folk Dance Club in 1972 and 1973
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1973, 1973)
    Scenes from the programs of Swarthmore College's Folk Dance Club in 1972 and 1973
  • Football 
    (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1935, 1935)
    Highlights of the football game between Swarthmore and Washington
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1936, 1936)
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1988, 1988)
    Swarthmore College student production. A James Bond spoof.
  • Chu, Arthur (Swarthmore College, June 7, 2014)
    Jeopardy! sensation Arthur Chu '06, whose unorthodox and controversial approach netted him nearly $300,000 on the popular game show earlier this year, presented "From SWIL-ly to Celebrity: The Unlikely Rise to Game Show ...
  • Leeson, Lorraine (Swarthmore College, October 3, 2013)
    According to the World Federation of the Deaf, there are an estimated 72 million deaf people in our world today, but only 17% access education. Of these, some 3% have access to bilingual education: that is, an education ...
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1991, 1991)
    Swarthmore College Gospel Choir concert on 12/8/91, Annual Fall Concert.
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, 1989, 1989)
    Cake-cutting ceremony celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding of Swarthmore College, including performances by student a cappella groups and the Swarthmore Gospel Choir, along with addresses and by Neal Austrian ...
  • (Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College, [1989], 1989)
    Celebrating the 125th anniversary of Swarthmore College. The presentation includes a performance by a student a cappella group, an introduction by David Fraser, addresses by students Leah Theologis and Jeff Reagan, and a ...
  • Seneviratne, Sudharshan (Swarthmore College, December 8, 2010)
    Visiting Cornell Professor Sudharshan Seneviratne draws on his scholarly work and work as Director General of the UNESCO Central Cultural Fund to present a visual history of Sri Lanka. His work examines how the island ...
  • Al-Jamil, Tariq (Swarthmore College, April 7, 2011)
    In this talk, Assistant Professor of Religion Tariq al-Jamil explores the bodily practices and social behaviors associated with religious dissimulation - known as "taqiyya,” a practice in which a Shi’ite can lie about their ...
  • Eldridge, Richard Thomas, 1953- (Swarthmore College, February 3, 2011)
    Professor of Philosophy Richard Eldridge takes up the following questions in this talk: 1) How do historical narratives explain events and provide understanding? 2) What is the role of political ideals in the framing of ...
  • Blanchard, Jean-Vincent, 1967- (Swarthmore College, October 20, 2011)
    Associate Professor of French Jean-Vincent Blanchard examines one of the arguably most important figures of modern France. For his talk, Blanchard draws on his research for Éminence: Cardinal Richelieu and the Rise of ...
  • Wallace, Mark I., 1956- (Swarthmore College, October 5, 2005)
    The thesis for this talk is borrowed from Mark Wallace's recent book, Finding God in the Singing River: Christianity, Spirit, Nature (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2005). His case is that the environmental crisis today is a ...


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