Teach-in and alumni panel discuss solidarity and allyship for Asians and Asian Americans
March 25, 2021
Office of Communications
Two upcoming events will provide an opportunity to learn about the work of solidarity and how to be an ally in addressing anti-Asian violence.
Undergraduate Research Symposium Showcases Student Research Virtually
April 24, 2020
All are invited to the online symposium that features research from Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music students.
Unraveling Medicinal Recipes from the 17th Century
November 18, 2019
Student volunteers work to produce searchable transcriptions of two 17th-century recipe books in a single day.
Oberlin College Receives Grant Supporting the Oberlin Sanctuary Project
May 28, 2019
A $10,000 grant will fund exploration of Oberlin College and the City of Oberlin’s shared commitment to providing a safe place for humanity to live, learn, and work.
Professor of History Renee Romano Selected for Cultural Exchange Residency in Japan
May 27, 2019
Romano will share her research and scholarly interests at several universities in Japan.
Tuesday Tea Explores Professor- and Student-Curated Exhibition
December 3, 2015
Chair and Professor of Comparative American Studies Wendy Kozol previews the presentation she will give December 8 about the Allen Memorial Art Museum exhibition The Body: Looking In and Looking Out.
The Buzz on How to Win a Beauty Pageant
February 19, 2014
In recent months, the comparative American studies course How to Win a Beauty Pageant: Race, Gender, Culture, and U.S. National Identity has twice been featured on BuzzFeed and once on Mental Floss.