AH 200 – Topics in Art History: Turn of the Century Art of London, Paris & Vienna
Artistic and related intellectual, social and cultural developments in three important capitals of Europe circa 1880-1910. We will investigate the impact on art of this age of uncertainty and transition from traditional to modernist points of view, following themes of degeneration and decadence, anxiety and the inner life, and the preoccupation with sexuality, especially androgyny and the fatal woman. The class will examine a number of artists in depth, including Toulouse-Lautrec and Redon in Paris; Klimt and Schiele in Vienna; Burne-Jones and Beardsley in London. We will consider their work in relation to Freud, Schopenhauer, and Oscar Wilde, among others, as well as their repudiation of Victorian morals.
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– – GET READY FOR “EMPOWERCON” AT CC – –
A PERFECT TIME FOR A CPR COURSE!!
Outdoor Education is hosting a CPR & First Aid course 3rd Saturday @ 5pm!
WHEN 3rd Saturday, March 9th – 5pm to 9pm
WHERE Outdoor Education Center
WHY Great Skill! Needed for Most Jobs (and leading NSO)!
HOW Sign Up on SUMMIT – $55
SIGN UP ON SUMMIT!
Email email@example.com if you have any questions
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We would love to see more students join us on the weekend! Tiger Bucks and Gold Card+ are accepted and we promise the food and service is worth the trip across campus!
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Monday, March 4, 5-7 p.m. in South Commons//Be Aware. Decide to Act. Say Something. These are the principles at the core of the BADASS Active Bystander Intervention Program, which focuses on preventing violence, responding to people in distress, and fostering inclusivity. In this two-hour training, you’ll gain a broad introduction to tools for building and fostering a community that is inclusive, consent-oriented and trauma informed. Dinner will be served, and once you complete the training you’ll get a BADASS tank and stickers.
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The application for New Student Orientation Leaders is now open but is closing soon!
Apply to help create an unforgettable and valuable first college experience for incoming first-years as they make the transition to CC. NSO Leaders are responsible for creating a welcoming and truly inclusive First Experience for all incoming students!
Whether your Priddy Trip experience was AMAZING or THE WORST, we need you to make it great for the next incoming students!
We are looking for students who are passionate about first-years, have leadership skills, work well with others, and represent our amazing CC Community. Leaders are required to have a valid CPR Certification by August 15th, as well as have completed the ALI Assistant Leader training. If hired, there will be an Assistant Leader training available specifically for NSO leaders Friday, April 12th 4:00pm-9:00pm, and Saturday, April 13th 9:00am-6:00pm for those who have not been able to attend this training previously.
The position begins on Friday, August 15th and runs through Saturday, August 24th. If hired, you will be compensated $450.00 as well as free Rastall while you are on campus during these dates. Please see further details in the application on Summit.
Follow these links to apply!
New Leader: apps.ideal-logic.com/ccoe?key=29L66-D685_K9KH-5PTF_4db0ffb6
Returning Leader: apps.ideal-logic.com/ccoe?key=29L66-D685_K9KH-5PTF_e918c809
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FRENCH PHILOSOPHY IN CONTEXT: 1930 TO THE PRESENT
Block 2, Jonathan Lee & Dennis McEnnerney – taught in Paris
Apply now for “French Philosophy in Context: 1930 to the Present,” a block 2 course offered next fall IN PARIS by Jonathan Lee and Dennis McEnnerney, by completing this Qualtrics application form:
This course explores the development of French philosophy from the interwar period to the present. Using the city of Paris as its context, the course examines how dramatic social and political challenges influenced the paths of French philosophical reflection, moving thinkers to question the foundations of knowledge, morals, and politics, leading ultimately to what might be called a “decentered” cosmopolitanism.
Live in one of the best, liveliest neighborhoods of Paris, and study philosophy where it happened and is happening! With field trips to relevant sites in Paris and class visits by contemporary French philosophers.
The program fee will be $3850. Airfare and most meals not included.
Financial aid available for students with demonstrable need. To be eligible for aid students must apply and be admitted to the course no later than March 1st. So, apply now!
Enrollment is limited and by consent of instructors only. Consequently, all interested student must apply in order to to be eligible to enroll.
Questions? Contact Jonathan Lee (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)or Dennis McEnnerney (mailto:email@example.com).
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1. What Butler Center initiative connects self-identified undergraduate men with a faculty or staff mentor?
Answer: Men’s Leadership Initiative
2. What anniversary will the Butler Center celebrate in 2019?
Answer: 5 years
3. What are the two coordinator positions in the Butler Center?
Answer: Coordinator of Mentoring and Diversity Initiatives, Diversity & Inclusion Program Coordinator
4. What is the pronoun practice?
Answer: The pronoun practice invites all Colorado College community members to share their pronouns-if they wish-as they introduce themselves. This is an inclusive cultural practice and not a policy. This fluid practice is essential to creating an inclusive campus community where all aspects of people’s identities are respected and validated. There is no one way to engage the practice of introducing yourself and making room for others to do the same, without assumptions. The “option to pass,” recognizing identity fluidity, and honoring authenticity are key principles to our pronoun practice.
5. What Butler Center program matches students with faculty and staff hosts during breaks?
Answer: Friends of CC Host Program
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Colorado College in collaboration with Temple Shalom and Temple Beit Torah is pleased to present SHALOM/SALAAM: A CELEBRATION OF JEWISH AND ARABIC MUSIC at Shove Chapel on Saturday March 2 at 7:00 pm. The concert unites klezmer fusion band Hal Aqua and The Lost Tribe with Middle Eastern ensemble Zuruna for a passionate concert of multicultural diversity. You can expect to hear soulful Arabic groove music, raucous klezmer tunes, and collaborative jamming that meets in the middle. Both bands feel strongly that in these times of divisiveness and fear of the “other,” it’s especially important for musicians to find common ground in songs of peace, love, and coexistence.
HAL AQUA AND THE LOST TRIBE play klezmer fusion -an exuberant musical experience, rooted firmly in traditional Jewish modes and melodies and driven by contemporary rhythms and danceable grooves.
Middle Eastern ensemble ZURUNA fosters the sensuous rhythms and sounds of music from North Africa, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Turkey, Israel and Palestine.
Tickets are $10 for community members and available at the Worner Center Information desk. Colorado College students, faculty and staff are free with a valid ID.
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Mar 7, @ 07:30 pm, Mar 8, @ 07:30 pm, Mar 9, 2019 at 07:30 pm Celeste Theatre. Cornerstone Arts Center 825 N. Cascade.
*Every culture has its own stories and narratives. A need to tell and hear stories is essential to the species Homo sapiens – second in necessity apparently after nourishment and before love and shelter. Millions survive without love or home, almost none in silence. The opposite of silence leads quickly to narrative, and the sound of story is the dominant sound of our lives.
*Join us for an evening of dance featuring choreography by Dallo Fall, Patrizia Herminjard, Ron Jules, Debra Mercer and Pallavi Sriram along with five dance students: Emily Burnham ’19, Su Lynn Eu ’21, Maggie Mehlman ’19, Ankita Sharma ’21 and Haley Wright ’22.
*Tickets available at the Worner Student Center or at the door.
free with CC ID, $5.00 General public
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Monday, March 4th
1 PM in Cossitt North Studio
With Esther Baker-Tarpaga, A Performance Artist, Choreographer, & Educator In this workshop we will practice active listening. We will sit, walk, talk, dance, and speak. We will listen to the environment, stories of
family lineages, and practice self-care.
Sponsored by the Colorado College Department of Theatre and Dance.
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