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  • Feb 26
    5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    Computational methods for studying the performing arts.

    Humanities Commons, Humanities Building
  • Feb 27
    7:00 PM

    Join the Department of Art & Art History for the Frames of Reference series, an annual program of artists' films and videos. The event is programmed and organized by Jeremy Drummond, assistant professor in visual and media arts practice. 

    Ukrop Auditorium, Robins School of Business
  • Feb 28
    12:00 PM

    Natalie Diaz will read poetry and be in conversation with Stephanie Bennett-Smith Chair of WGSS, Julietta Singh at noon in the Humanities Commons. Diaz — who has won the National Book Award, the Pulitzer Prize, and a McArthur Genius Grant — is the author of two volumes of poetry, When My Brother Was an Aztec and Postcolonial Love Poem. She is Maxine and Jonathan Marshall...

    Humanities Commons, Humanities Building
  • Feb 28
    4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

    “Zone Fever and Anarcho-Capitalists: Rethinking the Recent History of the Global Economy”

    Breed Pavilion C, Queally Center
  • Feb 28
    7:00 PM

    Join the Department of Art & Art History for the Frames of Reference series, an annual program of artists' films and videos. The event is programmed and organized by Jeremy Drummond, assistant professor in visual and media arts practice. 

    Ukrop Auditorium, Robins School of Business
  • Feb 29
    4:30 PM

    Join the Humanities Center for a talk by Katie Rose Guest Pryal, author of Life of the Mind Interrupted: Essays on Mental Health and Disability in Higher Education and Even if You Are Broken: Bodies, Boundaries and Mental Health. Pryal is a bipolar-autistic writer, speaker, and lawyer who specializes in using rhetoric to push for social change. Her talk, titled “The Neurodiversity Key:...

    Room 305, Tyler Haynes Commons
  • Feb 29
    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    "Bolivar, U.S.A.: The United States in an Age of American Revolutions."

    Humanities Commons, Humanities Building
  • Mar 05
    7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    The last few decades have seen rapid changes in gender relations and norms—in the household, in the workforce, and in government. The 2023-24 Jepson Leadership Forum invites speakers to discuss masculinity in the context of these recent cultural changes.

    Breed Pavilion, Queally Center for Admission and Career Services
  • Mar 21
    5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    The Gary L. McDowell Institute Lecture Series hosts speakers who examine and discuss the problems and prospects of leadership, constitutionalism, political economy, politics, and ethical reasoning.

    Ukrop Auditorium, Robins School of Business
  • Apr 12
    All Day

    Join the Department of Philosophy for the Symposium on Bioethics and Disability. Details forthcoming.   

    Location TBA