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The Oberlin Review

Academics, Communities Benefit from Developing Relationships

Chie Sakakibara, Contributing Writer
March 3, 2017
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

Academics who study marginalized communities often wonder whether their research will actually benefit the communities they study. It wasn’t until I traveled to Alaska as a doctoral student 14 years ago that I was forced to confront this question as an academic myself. “Promise us that you are not going to di...

First Permanent Exhibit of African Art Opens at Allen

Lucy Haskell
February 3, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Visual Art

The first permanent exhibit of African art awaits returning students at the Allen Memorial Art Museum in the new year, one of six new installations. Matthew Rarey, assistant professor of the arts of Africa of the black Atlantic, assembled the exhibit with his seminar students last semester. “The Allen has had...

After Climate Symposium, Faculty Plans Ahead

Jackie McDermott
April 15, 2016
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

Oberlin’s inaugural Global Issues Symposium was organized by the International Studies Concentration around the theme of “Climate Change Consequences: Disruption, Migration and the Development of Resilient Communities” this year. The symposium brought together scholars, scientists and activists...

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