Spanish Studies in Madrid with Joe Radinsky ’23
Joe Radinsky ’23 talks about their experience studying abroad in Spain with the Carleton Spanish Studies in Madrid program. From friends and street markets to soccer games and stunning architecture, come experience Madrid alongside Joe through their Madrid photo gallery!
Cross-Cultural Psychology in Prague
This feature is a discussion with Ken Abrams, faculty director for the Cross-Cultural Psychology in Prague program. Read all about the fascinating world of cross-cultural psychopathology and mental illness in the Czech Republic!
Economics in Cambridge
This feature is a discussion with Michael Hemesath, faculty director for the Economics in Cambridge program. Read all about the fascinating world of British economic history and the Industrial Revolution!
History of Computing in England
This feature is a discussion with David Liben-Nowell, faculty director for the History of Computing in England program. Read all about the fascinating world of computing and cryptography during WWII!
Art Now: Contemporary Art & the Global Mega Exhibitions
This feature is a discussion with Ross Elfline, faculty director for the Art Now program. Read all about the fascinating world of contemporary art!
Carleton and HECUA: A Shared Commitment
This feature highlights the 50-year partnership between Carleton and HECUA (Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs). The late US Senator Paul Wellstone helped to establish HECUA in 1971 while he was a Carleton faculty member.
“Living London: Literature, Theater, Art, and the City”
An English department blog interview with Pierre Hecker and Juliane Shibata, faculty directors of the spring 2022 London program. They discuss what’s new, what’s coming back from past years, and why students should be getting excited for the program.
Hello from Rwanda!
Anna Gwin ’22 writes: “It’s hard to pinpoint my favorite part of the program, but it’s probably the overall sense of fulfillment because I’m studying issues I am really passionate about.”
Greetings from Greece
Dima Rentel ’22 talks about his experiences with “incredible professors, friends, and travels” — and why he may stay in Greece for a second term!
Carleton Travel Writing faces Hemingway challenge in Copenhagen
“For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”