Events for Sun, March 7th, 2021 - Thu, March 11th, 2021
Theatre Honors candidate Fiona Selmi '21 presents a reading of “Dance Nation” by Clare Barron. At its core, Dance Nation is a play that explores desire, ambition, girlhood, adolescence and that imagines a futurity where young femme coded bodies are allowed to unequivocally be the best. The cast and team behind this production would like to acknowledge the difficult nature…Find out more »
Looking at Thomas Sills’s oil painting titled "Summer," this online yoga class brings a splash of sunshine to the long Berkshire winter. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RV1GxgZPTAGPg4y1nntb1QFind out more »
"How Parks Can Undo Systemic Racism," Lindi Von Mutius, Director of Board Operations & Strategy, The Trust for Public Land.
Sponsored by the Class of 1960 Scholars Program in Environmental Studies & The Center for Environmental Studies.
Here is a link to the recording of this event. In a recent essay, the award-winning Haitian author Évelyne Trouillot writes, "...my writings, stemming from my lived experience and my aesthetic and social vision for a more beautiful and just world, are presented to readers who are not always acquainted with my reality..." The same can be said of the internationally…Find out more »
Artist Erin Shirreff discusses her work and her current exhibition at the Clark Art Institute, Remainders. Shirreff works between photography, sculpture, and video to explore the relationship between objects and their representation.Find out more »
Here is a link to the video recording of this talk. From the Tea Party to Occupy Wall Street, and from cryptocurrency advocates to the #MeToo movement, Americans and citizens of democracies worldwide are losing confidence in what we once called the system. This loss of faith has spread beyond government to infect a broad swath of institutions—the press, corporations,…Find out more »
The Class of 1960 Scholars and the English Department invite you to “In Conversation with Peter Murphy: The Long Public Life of a Short Private Poem: Reading and Remembering Thomas Wyatt”Find out more »
Jessica Fisher, Associate Professor of English, will present the third in a series of six talks in the Faculty Lecture Series this spring. Open to the public. All are welcome!Find out more »
The Philosophy Department announces a seminar with Professor Alia Al-Saji (McGill University, Philosophy) on a pre-circulated paper "Touching the Wounds: Fanon and a critical phenomenology of racialized affect." The event will take place on Thursday, March 11, at 4:45 PM (EST). Please click here for the zoom link. This event is funded with the support of the John William Miller Fund. For issues with the…Find out more »
In this workshop, artist and Assistant Professor of Art Murad Mumtaz demonstrates drawing techniques seen in Indian miniature painting. This free program will be presented online via Zoom.Find out more »