February 7
Ukraine and the Future of
U.S. Foreign Policy

The Daniel Webster Professor at Dartmouth, William C. Wohlforth’s areas of research concern the dynamics of world power relations and U.S. and Russian foreign policy. His talk, “End of the ‘American Century?’ Ukraine and the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy,” will integrate these issues to address debates over Ukraine, American decline, and the perceived crisis besetting U.S. foreign policy. Read more.

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Feb 22

Inside the Cartier Collection with
Ralph Destino ’54

DENVER - Join fellow alumni as you explore the stunning jewelry, timepieces, and precious objects created between 1900 and 1975 by Cartier, one of the most exclusive luxury manufacturers in the world. Speaking to the Denver Post, museum director Christoph Heinrich described the exhibition as “75 years of jewelry and a sort of time travel, with key historical moments when you see the emergence of American wealth at the same time as that of the European aristocracy.” Reflecting Cartier’s celebrated status among royalty and Hollywood celebrities, the exhibit includes pieces owned by Elizabeth Taylor and the Duchess of Windsor. Read more.

Maya
April 19

Ancient Maya Kingdoms

BOSTON - Explore the wonder of the ancient Maya with Deborah Nichols, Dartmouth’s William J. Bryant 1925 Professor of Anthropology. Nichols will discuss the achievements of the Maya and the system of kingship for this culture that flourished from 250–900 AD in Mexico and Central America. Read more.

 

 

May 17

Transformation of the Barnes

PHILADELPHIA - Join Michael Taylor, director of the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College, and explore the Barnes Foundation in its new 4.5-acre site in downtown Philadelphia, where it moved in 2012. Read more


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