Thursday, May 13, 2021 - 19:00
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Thursday, May 13, 7pm CDT
Dr. Gwendolyn Midlo Hall and Black Arts Movement writer and activist Kalamu Ya Salaam will be in conversation to celebrate the publication of her memoir Haunted by Slavery: A Southern White Woman in the Freedom Struggle.
Registration Link: https://tulane.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ag7CWVe5TT6uTCSa-j48rQ?fbclid...
Friday, April 30, 2021 - 17:00
Tulane Study Abroad Fall 2021: Setting Expectations
Webinar for students and parents/guardians
April 30th, 5PM - 6:30PM
Monday, April 19, 2021 - 15:15
What is going on in Russia in terms of linguistic rights and language activism? What languages are spoken in Russia? What is the official status of those languages, and how are the non-Russian or the so-called minority languages maintained? The topic of this conversation is the rapid decline of linguistic diversity and the suppression of linguistic rights in the Russian Federation. Linguistic discrimination and language genocide are highly under-represented issues in not only Russia’s history, but global history as well.
Thursday, April 1, 2021 - 12:30
Just five years ago, in March of 2016, Barrack Obama visited Cuba as the first sitting president to do so since 1928. This historic event culminated a diplomatic process that included an easing of certain elements of the embargo that allowed for more US investment, travel to the island by US citizens, and an updated immigration policy.
Tuesday, April 27, 2021 - 16:00
Join Drs. Ana López, João Luiz Vieira, Leslie Louise Marsh, and Catherine Benamou for a discussion of the documentary film Obscuro Barroco.
Obscuro Barroco is a documentary-fiction film about the dizzying heights of gender and metamorphosis in Rio de Janeiro. Following the path of iconic transgender figure Luana Muniz (1961-2017), the film explores the different quests for the self, through transvestism, carnival and political struggle. In turn, it asks questions about the desire for transformation of the body, both intimate and social.
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 - 18:00
The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South and A Studio in the Woods present a virtual discussion with National Book Award winner and 2016-18 Gulf South Writer in the Woods Edward Ball and Tulane historian Dr. Laura Rosanne Adderley about Ball’s book, "Life of a Klansman: A Family History in White Supremacy", which addresses painful truths of America’s racist past and present, engages with the vibrant national discussion of anti-racism, and serves as an anti-racist history of white supremacy in Louisiana. The program includes opening remarks by Dr.
Thursday, April 15, 2021 - 17:00
Please join the Newcomb Art Department and Tulane Africana Studies Program for the final lecture of the 2020-2021 lecture series Representation and Resistance: Scholarship Centering Race in Western Art, “Black American Art and its Valorization, Effacement & Rupture in France,” a lecture by Richard J. Powell, John Spencer Bassett Distinguished Professor of Art and Art History, Duke University.
Thursday, March 18, 2021 - 14:00
In this talk, Laura-Zoë Humphreys contextualizes the current 27N protest movement within a longer history of Cuban artists and intellectuals' effort to counter censorship and negotiate a new relationship between dissidents and revolutionaries and between Cubans on the island and the diaspora.
Thursday, April 1, 2021 - 11:00
A conversation on the life and work of Maurice Sendak, with a special focus on Dr. Golan Moskowitz's (Tulane) recently published book Wild Visionary: Maurice Sendak in Queer Jewish Context (20% off with Stanford University Press using the code VISIONARY20).
Thursday, March 18, 2021 - 18:00
2021 Sandra Garrard Memorial Lecture Series
Posing Modernity: A Retrospective View and Implications for Art History
a lecture by Denise Murrell, Associate Curator of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Thursday, March 18, 6:00 pm Central Time via Zoom