Monday, November 28, 2022 5:30 pm — 7:00 pm Online A Conversation on British Post-Punk with Gavin Butt and Richard T. Rodríguez Join Gavin Butt and Richard T. Rodríguez as they talk around their recently published books and new approaches to the study of British popular music culture. Butt’s book is No Machos or Pop Stars:… Read More

Friday, November 18, 2022 at 5:00pm Room 9205 Attendees must register in advance at Andrzej Krakowski is a director, screenwriter, film producer, writer, educator, and cartoonist who has made over seventy films and TV series. He received the Outstanding Pole Abroad award in 2022 for researching the Polish roots of Hollywood. This event will… Read More

Dr. Jones will discuss his new book, The Tuskegee Student Uprising (discount code JONES30-FM_), the untold story of a dynamic student movement on one of the nation’s most important historically Black campuses. The discussion will include Dr. Robert P. Robinson, Assistant Professor & Academic Counselor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Both Dr’s Jones and Robinson are alums of UED. Brian Jones… Read More

after, within, beyond: art and the struggle for freedom in our time Nicholas Gamso and Tavia Nyong’o Thursday, 13 October, 6:30p // Graduate Center Skylight Room Or, register here to attend by zoom Join us as Nicholas Gamso and Tavia Nyong’o present work and occasion discussion of the potentiality and relationality of art, Blackness, institutionality,… Read More

Political Violence & Oral Histories: Presenting the Archive of Sri Lankan Tamil Feminist Dissent (VIRTUAL) Friday, September 30th 11am to 12:15pm REGISTER Co-sponsored by the South Asian American Digital Archive Join the PublicsLab and South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) as we celebrate the launch of the oral history collection “Tamil Feminist Liberation: An Archive of What Could… Read More

Join the Futures Initiative for our first event of the fall semester. In this interactive session, Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis, foremost innovators in higher education and authors of The New College Classroom(Harvard University Press, 2022), present the latest research on inspiring, effective, and inclusive learning. They share teaching strategies that anyone can adapt easily… Read More

Dear Colleagues, Academic and Professional Programs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is delighted to share with you the program for the fellows’ 2022 spring presentations: Research Out Loud_Met Fellows Present_full program Research Out Loud: Met Fellows Present (May 16–26, 2022) Free, though advance registration is required. Taking place virtually on Zoom from May 16 through May 25, 10 AM and 2 PM daily, this year’s events will feature… Read More

The Center for the Study of Women and Society and Women Writing Women’s Lives present the Dorothy O. Helly Works-in-Progress Lecture with Sally Cook on UNMATCHED: The Spectacular Life and Career of Little Mo Connolly, American Tennis Legend. This event will take place on Monday, March 14, 2022 at 4 PM EST. “Little Mo paved… Read More