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  • Jan 21 2024
    All Day

    Turn Your Education into a Career with Passion and Purpose

    Omni Richmond Hotel
  • Jan 25 2024
    Jan 26 2024
    All Day

    The WGSS program invites its faculty and staff, current and alumni majors and minors, and everyone in the UR community who cares about the program to gather for an evening and a day to consider what “careful worldmaking” means in the fields of women, gender, and sexuality studies, and specifically what it means, or might mean, at the University of Richmond. The symposium invites us to...

    Humanities Commons 220, Humanities Building
  • Jan 26 2024
    5:00 PM

    Careful Worldmaking: A WGSS Symposium Please join us for an AFTERPARTY to celebrate the pre-publication of Humanities Coordinator Nathan Snaza’s Tendings: Feminist Esoterisms and the Abolition of Man (officially published February 16). There will be a brief reading from the book followed by Q&A, plus food, drinks, and esoteric arts.

    Humanities Commons 220, Humanities Building
  • Feb 07 2024
    Feb 09 2024
    All Day

    Chris Martin writes in May Tomorrow Be Awake: On Poetry, Autism, and Our Neurodivergent Future (HarperOne, 2022): “I believe autistic attention is a form of love… What if we let our poetic, autistic resistance to neurotypical ‘minding’ serve as an opening toward the loving, liberatory worlds we deserve?” Taking up this axiom (autistic attention is love) and this...

    , Humanities Building
  • Apr 19 2024
    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Join the School of Arts & Sciences for the A&S Honors Convocation, an annual ceremony recognizing outstanding student achievement in our A&S academic programs, and celebrating our honor societies along with departmental and interdisciplinary program award recipients.  

    Camp Concert Hall, Booker Hall of Music
  • Apr 19 2024
    12:30 PM - 5:30 PM

    Join the School of Arts & Sciences for the A&S Student Symposium, an annual showcase of over 150 student-led research projects from nearly 30 disciplines in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences.

    Modlin Center for the Arts + other campus locations