A solo exhibition of work by Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, the internationally acclaimed French artist whose innovative work merges the realms of the musical and the visual.
October 4, 2012—December 2, 2012, Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri 11:00 am-4:30 pm October 6, 2012—December 2, 2012, weekends 2:00 pm-5:00 pm This event does NOT occur on: October 8, 2012—October 8, 2012, November 12, 2012—November 12, 2012, November 22, 2012—November 25, 2012
University Museum of Contemporary Art, Main Gallery
Born out of unthinkable violence, the Greensboro Justice Fund was established to educate the public about discrimination and discriminatory organizations.
October 31, 2012—January 11, 2013 This event does NOT occur on: November 22, 2012—November 22, 2012, December 16, 2012—December 16, 2012, December 22, 2012—December 23, 2012, December 28, 2012—January 1, 2013, January 6, 2013—January 6, 2013, December 25, 2012—December 25, 2012
Eve Vogel will speak about her research in a talk titled “The New Deal vs. Yankee Independence: The Failure of Comprehensive Development on the Connecticut River and its Legacies for River Management.”
Zamelis delves into the realm of the human body -- fearlessly painting the furrow of a brow or a wrinkled nose as if they were charged landscape-like maps intent on guiding us through unfamiliar territory.
December 4, 2012—December 7, 2012 1:00 pm-6:00 pm December 4, 2012—December 9, 2012 2:00 pm-5:00 pm
This Capstone Panel of the Department of History's Feinberg Family Distinguished Lecture Series on "Truth and Reconciliation, History and Justice" will feature speakers Vera Schwarcz, Elazar Barkan, and John Higginson.
Professor David Mednicoff discusses everal strands of his current research that consider links among law, religion and political accountability in five Arab states, with an emphasis on the interaction of Islamic and international legal ideas, and the roles that legal activists have played with respect to political change.