Lectures, colloquia, seminars, etc. Events

December 3 - 9, 2018

Monday, December 3

After High School: Unique Challenges Faced by Underrepresented Students

Administrators, counselors, and teachers from local school districts join together in a panel to discuss issues such as income inequality and how that...

Tuesday, December 4

CANCELED --> Arts and Humanities Colloquium:  Clarice Martin

Clarice Martin, Jean Picker Chair and Professor of Philosophy and Religion presents Hagar's Mirror: Black, Gendered, and Feared Bodies in Early Christian...

Stones to the Wall

Museum of Trans Hirstory & Art Executive Director Address Chris E. Vargas introduces the Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art (MOTHA), a semi-fictional...

Wednesday, December 5

Social Inclusion of Adults with Development Disabilities

Colgate Buddies and the COVE will invite Assistant Professor of Educational Studies Ashley Taylor to speak on the topic of social Inclusion of adults with...

Art & Art History Lecture: Bogdan Achimescu

Bogdan Achimescu is a visual artist born in Romania. He studied art at the Fine Arts School in Timișoara and the Institute of Visual arts in Cluj and...

How Oneida Nation Land Became Colgate

Laurence M. Hauptman (SUNY Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History) "How Oneida Nation Land Became Colgate" Lecture on the history of the transfer of...

Democracy Matters Brown Bag feat. Professor Solomon

Professor Solomon of the Writing and Rhetoric department will be speaking on issues relating to the importance of voting and our current political environment.

Jamie Tworkowski Keynote

Jamie Tworkowski is the founder of the mental health nonprofit organization To Write Love On Her Arms. Join Active Minds in Love Auditorium at 5pm on...

Thursday, December 6

Life Long Learning Program- Globalization and the Populist Reaction in the U.S. and Europe

This course will examine the populist reaction to both globalization and ‘the establishment’ in the United States and western Europe, emphasizing the causes...

Friday, December 7

Voices of Light / The Passion of Joan of Arc

Pre-event lecture by composer Richard Einhorn The Event: Department of Music Concert Series Film & Media Studies Friday Night Film Series Colgate...

NASC Colloquium: Never Home Alone: Stories of Biodiversity

Rob Dunn, Department of Applied Ecology at North Carolina State University, will speak about the stories of the biodiversity in our bedrooms, bathrooms and...

Hearing Voices / Speaking Out: Joan of Arc, Christine de Pizan, and the Making of France

A lecture by Roberta Krueger, Burgess Professor of French, Hamilton College Christine de Pizan was France’s first woman of letters, largely self-taught...

December 3 - 9, 2018