Page 3 of 7
Winifred Tate, associate professor of anthropology

Filling the Gap for Women and Families

Colby’s Maine Drug Policy Lab brings neglected issues to forefront

Sandy Maisel and Jim Fleming

Professors Fleming and Maisel Retire after Mentoring Generations of Students

Distinguished teachers and scholars James Fleming and Sandy Maisel retire from Colby following decades of research, teaching, and service on Mayflower Hill.

Carrie LeVan

In Last Lecture, LeVan Draws on Personal Narrative in Response to Moment in History

The 29-year-old tradition brings together seniors and the teaching award winner, chosen by vote of the senior class, marking the end of final exams.

Associate Professor of Economics Dan LaFave

Clearing the Air

Economist Dan LaFave uses data to show how innovation improves health in low-income communities

China Pictorial Magazine covers

A Rare Glimpse into Chinese National Memory

Seven decades of magazine covers offer window into Chinese culture

The state's intervention displaced 12,000 people overnight. (Photo by Carlos Martinez/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Rights Gone Wrong

Lindsay Mayka brings to light impacts of using human rights rhetoric to defend violent policing

Alternative for Germany (AfD)'s demonstrators wave German flags in front of the Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor) in Berlin during the "demonstration for the future of Germany" called by the far-right AfD in Berlin on May 27, 2018. - The police estimates 2000 to 2500 people attending the AfD demonstration in Berlin. (Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP) (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP via Getty Images)

Shaping Memory—Left and Right, East and West

Gaining popularity, Europe’s right-wing actors challenge collective memory of World War II

More Harm Than Good?

Laura Seay uses data to inform better U.S. policy in Africa

Nick Rohrman

Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, Nicholas Rohrman Dies at 83

Nicholas Rohrman, an experimental psychologist who reimagined and strengthened Colby’s Psychology Department, passed away Dec. 26, 2020.

Love Between Enemies book cover

All’s Fair in Love—and War

Raffael Scheck sheds light on forbidden relationships between German women and prisoners of war