Events

Tuesday, April 11

A View from the Baltics: Russian Relations, Nonviolent Revolution, and Historical Memory

A View from the Baltics: Russian Relations,... 2:45pm

Jüri Käosaar and Brigit Rae from the Estonian Institute for Historical Memory will present a Global Studies Colloquium. Sponsored by the Gaudino Fund. The...

Schapiro Hall, Room 129  
Library Tuesday Tea with Gregory Mitchell

Library Tuesday Tea with Gregory Mitchell 4pm

Professor Mitchell, discusses writing his book, Tourist attractions: performing race and masculinity in Brazil's sexual econonmy (Chicago University Press,...

Sawyer Library, Stetson Reading Room  
Reading by Nathaniel Mackey and John Keene

Reading by Nathaniel Mackey and John Keene 6pm

Nathaniel Mackey is an American poet, novelist, anthologist, literary critic and editor. He is the Reynolds Price Professor of Creative Writing at Duke...

Weston Hall, Weston Auditorium  
Lynette Wallworth: Collisions

Lynette Wallworth: Collisions 7:30pm

Lynette Wallworth is an Australian artist known for her immersive multimedia installations, which focus on the interactivity between humans and the natural...

MainStage, ’62 Center  

Tuesday, April 11