Homepage May 23, 2017

Dartmouth in the News

  • Los Angeles Times

    Hassan Rouhani, reelected as president of Iran, faces certain challenges, says Professor of Sociology Misagh Parsa. “He told Iranians, ‘I am going to get rid of all the sanctions,’ but his problem is the supreme leader has the final say.”

  • National Geographic

    Jeffrey Kerby, a postdoctoral fellow at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, spent time in the central Ethiopian Highlands to photograph the country’s gelada monkeys for the magazine’s cover story.

  • Inside Higher Ed

    In a Q&A, Professor Daniel Rockmore discusses a book he’s just edited, What Are the Arts and Sciences? A Guide for the Curious. It contains essays by 26 of his Dartmouth colleagues, who talk about their disciplines.

  • New Republic

    “How could the so-called ‘Christian Right,’ believed to vote according to a fiercely moral agenda, embrace the most impious presidential candidate in American history?” asks Dartmouth’s Jeff Sharlet in a story about evangelicals and politics.

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