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Culture Workshop: Craig Willse, George Mason University. "Civilizing the City: Race, Nature, and Gender in Gentrifying Los Angeles"

The Scholars Strategy Network-New Orleans will sponsor an Op-Ed Writing Workshop for scholars. The opinion editor from The Advocate, Danny Heitman, will be on hand to advise. Light meal served. Must RSVP in advance at

Please join the SLA Middle East Peace Program for an Information Session. In this session we will discuss the five-week program that begins on Tulane campus and then travels to Israel to study the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Greta LaFleur is Assistant Professor of American Studies. Her research and teaching focus on early North American literary and cultural studies, the history of science, the history of race, the history and historiography of sexuality, and queer studies. Her first book, The Natural History of Sexuality in Early America (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018), brings together the history of sexuality and early environmental studies to explore how sexual behaviors were understood in the eighteenth-century Atlantic world.

Free live samba music and Brazilian food 

Culmination of IEW International Education Week 

Sponsors: Center for Global Education, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese, Dept. Music, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Stone Center 


Middle American Research Institute

Brown Bag Talk Series

Evan Parker, Doctoral Candidate, Anthropology

Room 305 Dinwiddie Hall

 Lecture by director, translator, playwright and professor Dr. Harley Erdman on his recent production of "Wild Thing," a new adaptation of the 1613 play La serrana de la Vera (Luis Velez de Guevara). In English. Talk to be followed by small reception.

The 7th Annual Sylvia R. Frey Lecture: Be About Beauty featuring Kalamu ya Salaam
Wednesday, September 26
Freeman Auditorium, Woldenberg Art Center
Tulane University Uptown Campus