An Advil for Your Sorrows: Humor, Care, and Critical Inquiry in the Teatro Alebrijes Pastorelas.

Fung House 48 Professors Row, Medford

Fellow seminar with Javier Hurtado, CHAT Dissertation Fellow and PhD Candidate in Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies. This talk is both in-person and on Zoom. If you would like to attend via Zoom, please register here: About the Talk:  In California, the COVID-19 pandemic and its subsequent lockdowns disproportionately impacted Latinx communities who performed

reFUSE/REfuse: Towards a Sucialogy of Culture

Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room, 15 Talbot Avenue 15 Talbot Ave., Medford

Part of VISTAS: A Latinx/Americas Speaker Series Speaker: Deborah R. Vargas, Associate Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; and Ethnicity, Race, and Migration (Yale University) About: Vistas: A Latinx/Americas Speaker Series foregrounds cutting-edge scholarship from voices across the interdisciplinary fields of Latinx and Latin American Studies. In this first installment, sociologist Dr. Deborah R.

Strategic Reserves of the Modern State: Frontier Governance in South Asia and the British Empire, c.1760s-c.1950s

Fung House 48 Professors Row, Medford

Fellow seminar with Tathagata Dutta, CHAT Dissertation Fellow and PhD Candidate in History. About the talk: The talk is an overview of a dissertation-in-progress–Strategic Reserves of the Modern State. The core of the dissertation involves the study of frontier making in eastern South Asia into Burma by the British Empire and to comparatively evaluate the

Knickerbocker Renaissance: Slavery & Education with Craig Wilder

Barnum 104 Packard Avenue, Medford

The annual Coit-Phelps lecture with Craig Steven Wilder, Barton L. Weller Professor of History (MIT). This lecture is the inaugural event for the Slavery, Colonialism, and Their Legacies at Tufts project, which is sponsored by CHAT, the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, and the Office of the Provost. About the speaker: Craig