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Kara Walker Exhibit Continues with "Redrawing Identity" Panel

Mar 22, 2017

The ongoing exhibit "Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and Power" at The University Museum of Contemporary Art (UMCA) weaves slavery’s history into the present. In its handling...

Christian Appy to Receive Chancellor's Medal at Distinguished Faculty Lecture

Mar 02, 2017

On Tuesday, April 4, Professor Christian Appy of the Department of History will be awarded the Chancellor's Medal as part of the 2017 Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series. This award is the highest...

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Mar
27

The Annual Troy Lecture: Anna...

Fine Arts Center | Concert Hall
4:30pm

Mar
30

UMass New Play Lab: Life Defying...

Curtain Theater, UMass Fine Arts Center
7:30pm

Apr
01

UMass New Play Lab: Life Defying...

Curtain Theater, UMass Fine Arts Center
7:30pm

Apr
03

Panel Discussion: Redrawing...

Commonwealth Honors College | Events Hall
4:00pm

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Julio Capó, Jr.

Julio Capó, Jr., assistant professor of history, was recently published in TIME magazine, having authored an editorial article about the historical geography, immigration, and queer movements of Miami; this city, which he approaches as the setting for the film Moonlight, is also the cultural centerpiece of much of his research. He discusses this research, its modern context, and his recent recognitions at UMass and abroad.

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