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Rwanda Genocide Featured in New Exhibit at UConn

Internationally acclaimed artist Alfredo Jaar will present his latest work – a three-channel video installation memorializing the 1994 mass killing of hundreds of thousands of Tutsis and pro-peace Hutus in Rwanda – at the University of Connecticut’s Contemporary Art Galleries March 24. Born in Santiago, Chile and now a resident of New York City, Jaar […]

Film About Early Environmentalist Shown at Dodd Center

Helen Rozwadowski, chair of the Maritime Studies Program, introduces the film A Sense of Wonder, about early environmentalist Rachel Carson, at the Dodd Center. Photo by Margaret Malmborg

Creative Calendars on Display at Dodd Center

UConn alumni Peter Good and Jan Cummings Good during the installation of their calendar exhibit at the Dodd Center. The Goods also created the University’s visual identity. Photo by Suzanne Zack

Journalism Professor Tells Story of Volunteer Trip to Kenya

Journalism professor Marcel Dufresne, with school children, during a trip to Kenya with a volunteer group. He and his wife chronicled their visit in the Hartford Courant. Photo by Bethe Dufresne

Students, University Leaders Call for Change Regarding Violence Against Women

A week of events focused on preventing violence against women will begin Oct. 4.

Journalists’ Group to Receive Dodd Human Rights Prize

The Committee to Protect Journalists will be recognized for promoting press freedom worldwide.

Archivist Joins Human Rights Delegation to Rwanda

The Dodd Center’s Valerie Love learns about genocide and post-conflict society in Rwanda.

19th century fashion images from the Dodd Center’s collection

Images from 19th century women’s magazines in the Spanish Periodicals and Newspaper Collection at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center. Photo from the Dodd Center

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