• SIS Oral History Project

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    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    Spelman Independent Scholars research, record and treasure stories by African-American women elders and recall 'walking lecture' to the home of Julia Bond, the mother of Civil Rights legend Julian Bond.
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  • Presidential Faculty Awards 2015

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    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    In honor of outstanding teaching and scholarship, President Campbell acknowledged Spelman faculty with awards during the Aug. 20 Opening Convocation for the 2015-2016 academic year.
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  • Honors Program - Best Thesis 2015

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    Spelman's 'Best Thesis' award winners: Amiri Lampley for 'The Implications of Language Choice in African Literature' and Banah Ghadbian for 'From Roses to Red Raincoats: Documenting Syrian Women's Narratives of Resistance.'
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  • Museum of Fine Art Fall 2015 Exhibition - Howardena Pindell

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    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    Pioneering artist, writer, curator and teacher Howardena Pindell's solo art exhibition at Spelman reveals what happens when personal memory meets activism.
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