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Leif Oxburgh,

Faculty Scientist III (Full Professor),

Maine Medical Center Research Institute

Full Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine

Member, Cell, Molecular and Developmental Biology Program,

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences

 

The School of Science and Engineering New Student Welcome/Open House will include a reception and an opportunity for new incoming undergraduate students and their guests to meet SSE Dean Kimberly Foster and SSE faculty.

The Digital Scholarship Retreat is an intensive digital scholarship workshop designed for faculty, postdocs and graduate students to engage with digital concepts, methodologies, and tools while, at the same time, build community and identify support networks at Tulane. After attending, attendees will be able to incorporate new digital concepts, methodologies, and tools directly into their own teaching and/or research.

Sovereignty is the full right and power of a governing body over itself, without any interference from outside sources or bodies. The colonial history of the gulf south region is fraught with infractions to the sovereignty of Indigenous governance, land rights and physical bodies.

Democracy in Retreat? Master Planning in a Warming World

March 29, 2019

Tulane River and Coastal Center 1370 Port of New Orleans Pl., New Orleans, LA 70130

The Philosophy Department will be hosting the first annual Graduate Conference in Philosophy at Tulane on April 5 and 6. More information is available at the website/conference program. All are welcome to attend what are sure to be thought provoking talks by graduate students from an array of national and international universities.

The Philosophy Department will be hosting the first annual Graduate Conference in Philosophy at Tulane on April 5 and 6. More information is available at the website/conference program. All are welcome to attend what are sure to be thought provoking talks by graduate students from an array of national and international universities.

On April 5th,  Dr. Bill Maurer will give the final talk of the Tulane Anthropology Colloquium Series 2018-2019: An Exploration of Power Through Practice. 

Please join us for light refreshments at 3:30 pm and the talk at 4:00 pm (see abstract below). 

Andrew S. Curran

William Armstrong Professor of the Humanities

Wesleyan University

Lecture:

“Before Anthropology: Enlightenment Science and the Category of the Human”

Thursday, April 4, 2019, 6:00 PM

Stone Auditorium, Woldenberg Art Center, Room 210

Sponsors:

School of Liberal Arts Center for Scholars

Kathryn B. Gore Chair in French Studies

Stone Center for Latin American Studies

On Monday, April 15th, the Newcomb Art Department presents a lecture by Michael Golec, Associate Professor of Art History, Theory and Criticism at the School of Art Institute of Chicago. Golec's lecture, "Iconic Transmissions: William Morris and the Emergence of Modern Typography” will take place at 6pm in Stone Auditorium, room 210 of the Woldenberg Art Center. This lecture is supported by the Sandra Garrard Memorial Fund. 

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