Vox Pop is a series of produced audio pieces featuring “voices of the people,” responding to a range of selected topics. These vox pops were […]
Valley Voices Story Slam: Stranger
New England Public Radio and the Academy of Music Theatre are back this year with the second season of our Valley Voices Story Slam! This week, “Stranger,” recorded live last month at the Northampton Brewery.
Africa Now – NPR’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton
NPR’s West Africa Correspondent joins the UMass Community to discuss her coverage and career.
Dancers of the Nightway in Navajo Weavings
Rebecca M. Valette at Mount Holyoke College
Professor Rebecca M. Valette opened the Mount Holyoke Art Museum’s spring exhibition with Dancers of the Nightway. She spoke about the religious and cultural imagery in different Navajo weavings, rugs, and blankets now on display in the college’s galleries.
Valley Voices Podcast: # 2 Schooled
Our second season of Valley Voices Story Slams is well underway, and we’re setting you up with a look at last season with our Valley Voices Podcast.
Feminist and Human Rights Struggles in Peru
Dr. Pascha Bueno-Hansen at UMass Amherst
Professor Dr. Pascha Bueno-Hansen offers a feminist critique of the practices of the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Committee and its interactions with feminist and human rights groups in the country.