BMC in the Media: Professor’s Radio Interview, Goodhart Renovation, BHM Speaker, and a Movie Trailer

Posted February 4th, 2010 at 4:37 pm.

A few recent media offerings in which the College played a prominent role :

  • Professor of Political Science Michael Allen was a featured guest on the Jamaican national radio show “The Breakfast Club” on the morning of Thursday, Feb. 4. The interview focused on issues of development, both personal and national, in the postcolonial economic and social context. Allen’s book on the impact of globalization upon political economy in South Africa became an entry point for a discussion of the implications for the Caribbean—particularly Haiti&#151of insights Allen offers in his upcoming book, Ten Rules of Development.
  • The Main Line Times ran a lengthy article about the history of Goodhart Hall in connection with the Performing Arts Series’ presentation of the dance troupe Urban Bush Women. The show marks the series’ first performance in Goodhart since the landmark theater’s $19 million renovation.
  • In the same issue, The Main Line Times also ran an advance article about Melissa Harris-Lacewell’s Black History Month keynote lecture.
  • It’s been nearly two years since the movie Tenure was filmed on Bryn Mawr’s campus. And while there’s still apparent uncertainty as to whether the film will ever be widely released, a Bryn Mawr-rich trailer has popped up online.

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