The Illinois Conference annual celebration theme is "Bridge Building – Rise Up & Build."
Join the monthly Swenson Center book club to discuss books on Nordic topics or by Nordic au
Join the monthly Swenson Center book club to discuss books on Nordic topics or by Nordic authors.
Enjoy Homecoming weekend with the Oktoberfest, Vikings football, class reunions, and the traditional coronation, sing competition and cardboard regatta.
Augustana faculty members performing will be Janina Ehrlich, cello; Charles Schmidt, piano; and Robert Elfline, piano.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about more than 80 graduate programs and meet with representatives from universities across the country.
Antiquity in the New Millennium Lecture: "Birthing Ideas in Ancient Greece and the Modern World: A Personal and Professional Story"
In ancient Greece, as now, pre-existing cultural ideas about men, women, and the body greatly influenced the way that medical practitioners thought about and treated reproductive issues.
Antiquity in the New Millennium Lecture: "Beyond Black vs White: Africans in the Visual Imagination of the Roman Empire"
The representation of foreign cultures with manifest “racial” differences, such as unfamiliar physical traits or strange-seeming ethnic customs, has been a longstanding and often visceral site for human artistic expression. The visual and material culture of the Roman Empire (c.