Opening keynote for 4-day conference on the 100th anniversary of the inception of Russia’s “February Revolution."
Animal Studies lecture series featuring Harriet Ritvo (Arthur J. Conner Professor of History, MIT) who will speak about historical notions of wildness and domestication.
Animal Studies lecture series featuring Eva Hayward (University of Arizona)
The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in Hollywood, examines, analyzes, and critiques the portrayal of Latinos in Hollywood over the course of a century. Followed by a Q&A with Latina filmmaker Nancy de los Santos.
Julia Watts Belser (Judaic Studies, Georgetown University) examines rabbinic tales of the destruction of Jerusalem through the lens of scarred and wounded flesh.
CEW and IRWG invite you to join us for a Poetry Reading by Visiting Social Acitivist Susan Eisenberg
Talk by CEW's Visiting Social Activist, Susan Eisenberg about women's underrepresentation in the construction industry and how art can catalyze public and political attention toward social justice goals.
Exhibit of Japanese prints of Kabuki Theatre from the UMMA Collection, on display through January 29, 2017.
Lecture by Natalia Molina, examining relational racism in the U.S. vis-a-vis racial scripts, and its effects on immigration, gender, sexuality, security, and empire.
Professor Holly Hughes chats with colleagues poet Eileen Myles and Lisa Kron about their work and her recent book Memories of the Revolution: The First Ten Years of the WOW Café Theater.