The Mind’s Eye is a research & praxis initiative of MCLA anchored in interdisciplinary academic programming in & beyond the Berkshires. Through justice-oriented collaborative projects and outreach efforts, The Mind’s Eye aims to foster scholarly excellence & community across a range of publics.
First established in 1977 as a scholarly journal of MCLA, The Mind’s Eye has stood as a model the civic discourse and critical thinking constitutive of a liberal arts education for over 45 years. In 2013, past print issues of The Mind’s Eye were digitized by MCLA’s Freel Library.
Today, The Mind’s Eye carries on a tradition of scholarly and creative engagement through dynamic projects and expansive programming — including colloquia, symposia, lectures, and roundtable discussions — that address a wide range of cultural topics, socio-political inquiries, theoretical concerns, and creative practices.
Inquiries about The Mind’s Eye may be directed to Dr. Victoria Papa, Director of The Mind’s Eye and Assistant Professor of English (MCLA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Archival images courtesy of MCLA’s Freel Library