Arts and Humanities Colloquium

Upcoming Events

Gathering Together Under God: Does the U.S. Constitution Protect the Right to Worship in Person?

Jenna Reinbold, Associate Professor, Department of Religion. Gathering Together Under God: Does the U.S. Constitution Protect the Right to Worship in Person?...

October 6, 2020 5pm
The Cunning of Capital: Failure, Race, and Technology / A Celebration of Three Books by Neta Alexander, Ani Maitra, and Nimanthi Rajasingham

Neta Alexander, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies; Ani Maitra, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies; Nimanthi Rajasingham, Assistant...

October 13, 2020 5pm
Archives of Feeling: Black Domesticity as a Site of Commemoration

Taryn Jordan, Consortium for Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow, Women’s Studies Program, University Studies. Archives of Feeling: Black Domesticity as a...

October 20, 2020 5pm
Beyond Causality: the Needham Questioning

Jing Wang, Associate Professor of Chinese, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures. Beyond Causality: the Needham Questioning. As part of the...

October 27, 2020 5pm
A Painting Practice: Strata, endurance, and witnessing the American landscape

Elizabeth Flood, Visiting Lecturer in Painting, Department of Art and Art History. A Painting Practice: Strata, endurance, and witnessing the American...

November 3, 2020 5pm
Conscientious Consumerism and the Next Generation of Students: What I learned from Reading Don Quixote with a Group of Middle Schoolers

G. Cory Duclos, Director of the W. M. Keck Center for Language Study. Conscientious Consumerism and the Next Generation of Students: What I learned from...

November 10, 2020 5pm