Shakespeare Unbound: A Campuswide Special Exhibit opens Sept. 27, 2023, and runs through May 2024.
Join us for a talk on how to help prevent nuclear war with a talk by Ellsberg Initiative for Peace and Democracy activist in residence Dr. Ira Helfand.
The Never Again Syndrome: Uses and Misuses of Holocaust Memory in Contemporary Global Politics with Dr. Omer Bartov.
Curating a Catalan Special Issue of Metamorphoses: A Conversation with Guillem Molla and Hillary Gardner
Award-winning scholars and translators discuss their role as guest editors of a special double issue on contemporary Catalan literature of Metamorphoses.
Black Feminisms Lecture Series: Mary Pena, Black Feminist Sensory Ethnography and Material Afterlives in Puerto Plata
The Department of Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies hosts its hybrid Black Feminisms Lecture Series throughout February-March 2024.