In July, an estimated over 130,000 people attended San Diego Comic-Con at the San Diego Convention Center.
Wendy Lower of Claremont McKenna College will speak about young German women who went to Nazi-occupied eastern Europe and participated as enablers in the Holocaust in the film “Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields.”
Veteran producer Mark Burg ’81 held a lecture April 3, speaking with students and faculty about the mechanics of the film industry. Burg sat down with Assistant Accent Editor Steven Pirani to talk further about the value of thinking outside of the box in film.
The Israeli education boycott debate at Ithaca College came to a head on Jan. 25 when two groups hosted guest speakers with opposite views only one hour apart and across the hall from each other.
The anthropology department at Columbia University invited Professor Catherine Taylor to give her lecture, titled “Between Art and Politics: ‘Ficto-Criticism’ and Suspended Genres,” and a reading from “Apart” on Thursday.
Anne Fadiman, adjunct professor of English at Yale University, will discuss the intimate and personal relationships readers build with books in her presentation titled “Using Bacon as Bookmarks: How Readers Treat Their Books” on Nov. 13 in Emerson Suites.
Dan O’Shannon, award-winning writer and executive producer of the hit ABC sitcom “Modern Family,” will be coming to Ithaca College on Sunday to lecture as a Park Distinguished Visitor.