Mellby Lecture

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

St. Olaf Professor of English Diana Postlethwaite will present a Mellby Lecture titled The Monster Plot: Memory, Intelligence, and Time in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The Mellby Lecture is open to all. The annual Mellby Lectures are named in remembrance of St. Olaf faculty member Carl A. Mellby and were established in 1983 to give professors […]

“The World, the Nation, St. Olaf, and You: Gender Equity and the Church”: Reformation 500 Event

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

Mary Streufert, Director of ELCA Justice for Women, will lead an interactive dialogue on “The World, the Nation, St. Olaf, and You: Gender Equity and the Church." You are invited to participate in this interactive dialogue on Lutheran insights into intersectional gender justice and what the ELCA is doing to support gender equity. What emphases […]

Lecture: A Dialogue on Academic Freedom

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

The St. Olaf College Institute for Freedom and Community will host a dialogue on academic freedom between Danielle Allen of Harvard University and Peter Berkowitz of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Their discussion, which is part of the Institute for Freedom and Community’s fall series on Academic Freedom: Its Meaning and Limits, will begin […]

Ken Gonzales-Day "Seeing Absence" Lecture

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

Join artist Ken Gonzales-Day for an exploration of his current body of work, the "Shadowlands" exhibition, and his forthcoming exhibition at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.

"Commemorating Luther in the Age of Trump: A Feminist Proposal"; Reformation 550 Event

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

Deanna Thompson ’89, Professor of Religion at Hamline University, will speak on “Commemorating Luther in the Age of Trump: A Feminist Proposal.” St. Olaf faculty members L. DeAne Lagerquist, Professor of Religion, and Doug Casson, Associate Professor of Political Science, will serve as respondents. A reception will follow in the Norway Room.