Archived Events: Spring 2020

Wednesday, February 19 | 5:30pm | Center for the Humanities – Seminar Room
Ayse Parla (Boston University) 
“Precarious Hope and the Limits of Belonging in Turkey” 

Thursday, February 6 | 6:00pm | Center for the Humanities
Amber Musser (George Washington Univerity)
“Mickalene Thomas and the Black, Queer Female Origin of the Universe” 

Wednesday, February 5| 12:00pm | Center for the Humanities – Seminar Room
Richard Bell (University of Maryland)
“Stolen: Five Free Boys Kidnapped Into Slavery and Their Astonishing Odyssey Home”

Thursday, January 30 | 12:00pm | Center for the Humanities – Seminar Room
Barbara Brizuela (Dean of Academic Affairs), Ioannia Evrigenis (Political Science), Jennifer Eyl (Religion), Donna Tyson (Corporate & Foundation Relations)
“Grant Writing Panel”

Wednesday, January 29 | 4:00pm | Tisch Library, Room 304
Kate Lilley 
Poetry Reading

Tuesday, January 28 | 12:00pm | Center for the Humanities – Seminar Room 
Rachel Applebaum (Department of History, Tufts University) 
“Empire of Friends”

Wednesday, January 22 | 4:00pm | Breed Memorial Hall
MLK Symposium
Dr. Seth Markle (A00), Hope Wollensack (A11), Desmond Fonseca (A20), Dr. Kerri Greenidge, facilitator
“On the Right Side of the World Revolution: Local Movements and Global Visions”