Events 2005-2006

 

‘Dateline Britain 2005: The Racial State of the Everyday.’  Jacqueline Nassy Brown (Hunter College). Annual Distinguished Lecture:  New Directions in the Anthropology of Europe. February 2006.

Five College African Film Festival. An international Film Festival featuring African filmmakers based in Africa and Europe. 29 March-2 April 2006.

‘Remapping Black Germany: New Perspectives on Afro-German History, Politics, and Culture.’  An international conference in collaboration with German and Scandinavian Studies, 6-27 April 2006. 

‘Thieves of Baghdad: The Journey to Recover the World’s Greatest Treasure.’

Lecture by Matthew Bogdanos (Assistant D.A. of Manhattan). In collaboration with Art History and fifteen other departments and programs. 18 April 2006.

New Faculty Lecture Series Organization of Graduate Students in Comparative Literature (OGSCL). A series of seven lectures by new faculty in the humanities. Fall 2005.

‘What You Do Matters: Creating Communities to Solve Global Problems.’ 

Jody Williams (International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, 1997). 29 September 2005.