From Rosie’s Place to Brandeis

October 4th, 2019

What do Rosie’s Place, Boston’s highly regarded community center for homeless women, and Brandeis’s precollege summer program for high school students have in common? Both have been led by Sue Marsh, who currently serves as Executive Director of Precollege Programs at Brandeis.

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Mighty & Immeasurable: The Legacy of Beethoven

September 16th, 2019

Brandeis Professor of English Billy Flesch posed four questions to attendees of his May Faculty Seminar, To Kill a Mockingbird after Sixty Years:

1.) What are we today to make of Harper Lee’s late 1950s portrayal of honor and injustice, race and racism in a small Alabama town in the mid-1930s?

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