Now that you have a foundation for how to manage your current project, what's next? How will you publish and disseminate findings from the current grant, and how will you build towards your next proposal?
This roundtable features three leading scholars of hate crime, the First Amendment, and law and politics as they discuss their diverse perspectives on rights and responsibilities in a campus community, with the goal of better understanding how to balance this delicate tension.
Through Domestic Exchange, UMass students can study at another college or university, allowing them to live in another geographic area, access courses and facilities not offered at their home campus, and broaden their undergraduate experience.
October 17—May 1, 2019, Wednesdays 4:45 pm October 18—April 26, 2019, Thu/Fri 2:30 pm This event does NOT occur on: March 13—March 15
Through the group, members will be able to:✓ share concerns and life experiences in a safe environment✓ feel more connected to others✓ hear diverse perspectives from peers✓ explore issues related to being male-identified
January 22—May 3, 2019, Fridays 1:00 pm-2:15 pm This event does NOT occur on: March 15
Angela Zammarelli’s work lives at an intersection of fantasy and reality. By using play in a broad context, she asks how fantastical elements call upon reality to give them meaning, and how observations in reality can slip into the fantastical through certain framing.
March 4—June 1, 2019, weekdays 8:00 am-5:00 pm March 4—June 1, 2019, Saturdays 9:00 am-12:00 pm This event does NOT occur on: May 27
We Bring Our Lares With Us:The works in We Bring Our Lares With Us illustrate the connections between time, place, and memory, and, through our embodied experiences with each, we can then perceive a merging of past, present, future.
April 4—April 12, 2019, weekdays 11:00 am-4:00 pm April 7—April 14, 2019, Sundays 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Created through interviews with the citizens of Reading, PA, Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Sweat deftly and unflinchingly examines the complicated ways race, class, and gender intersect in a struggling factory town.
April 4—April 6, 2019 7:30 pm April 11—April 13, 2019 7:30 pm April 6—April 13, 2019, Sundays 2:00 pm
Students and teachers from area local public schools will show their work in a collaborative exhibit organized by the Department of Art at UMass Amherst. This unique exhibit, New Visions, affords the public a window to see the work of K-12 students and their BFA student teachers or MA-Art Ed teachers displaying the multiple ways artists learn and create.
April 11—April 16, 2019 11:00 am-4:00 pm This event does NOT occur on: April 14
The Juniper Literary Festival celebrates the literary community of the region, the UMass MFA Program present, past, and future, and the intersections of those communities with the larger literary world.
April 12, 2019 7:00 pm-9:30 pm April 13, 2019 10:00 am-8:30 pm