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Digital initiative starts

In an effort to support the use of new technologies in teaching, learning and research, the University Library launched the Center for Digital Scholarship in 2009. The center will serve as "a focal point … at Brown for digital humanities and digital library methods and tools," according to the ...

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French film festival kicks off at Cable Car

The 13th annual Providence French Film Festival opened Thursday with a screening of "Flandres (Flanders)", directed by Bruno Dumont, followed by Andre Techine's "La fille du RER (The girl on the train)." The festival this year will consist of 18 different films, which are all "a little bit on the edge," ...

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Arts & Culture

Alum wins nonfiction book award

Deborah Heiligman '80, a prize-winning children's author, received the 2010 YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction Award, which honors one young adult nonfiction book each year. Heiligman's book, "Charles and Emma: The Darwins' Leap of Faith," was  picked from a list of five finalists.

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Arts & Culture

Swine flu inspires, not infects, at art show

This fall has the masses anxious about "the swine," with college students in particular trying to avoid the H1N1 flu. But for the Hillel Gallery Project — a committee of Brown and Rhode Island School of Design students responsible for organizing art exhibitions at Hillel — the looming flu ...

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Arts & Culture

Campus journal brings together students, writers

The publication of the first issue of The Round adds a new magazine to the University's collection of literary and artistic journals. The magazine — a collection of poetry, prose and visual art — includes work by Brown undergraduates, graduates, students from other universities and several ...

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Arts & Culture

Deep listening, walking with a master

As part of this year's Pixilerations, the FirstWorks Festival's new media showcase, accordionist and composer Pauline Oliveros visited Providence to give a concert last Friday and lead classes on her work and her unique artistic process.Oliveros is "an American master," said Kathleen Pletcher, executive ...

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