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In this talk, Dr. Klesse historically contextualizes feminist critiques of monogamy to highlight how recent feminist-queer critiques move away from focusing only on hetero-patriarchal marriage and romantic love, and instead shift attention to intersectional and structural power relations along the lines of race, gender, class, and sexuality.


EasyBib, Zotero, RefWorks, EndNote Basic, and Mendeley can help you to store the citations you find during your research. They all make it easy to format a works cited list. Which is best for you? This workshop will make you aware of your options and help you decide what tool is best for you.

Join us for the first meeting of the 2018-19 academic year for the Tulane Philosophy Club - learn about the Club, meet other interested students, help us plan a schedule of great events for this year, and enjoy delicious snacks and refreshments. All people and opinions are welcome!

Celebrate International Education Week by hearing from students who received funding for international projects, research, and experiential learning. Information on how to apply for funding will be provided, and lunch will be served. For more information about Newcomb-Tulane College grants, visit or email  

 How to Maximize Learning Outcomes for Tulane's Neurodiverse Student Population Special Guest: Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown Goldman Center for Student Accessibility

Lunch Provided!

Admission: Please RSVP for this event.

Music Rising at Tulane presents In Alignment, an educational workshop on healing and advocacy. Dr. Veronica Lewis will discuss how to self-advocate in the physician's office and the artists/healers Spirit McIntyre and Janet Sula Evans-Mshakamari will share self-care practices that participants can use to nurture and sustain their bodies and spirits.

Join the conversation about Tulane's resources for faculty professional development in intercultural competence and global learning and leave with techniques that you can apply to your classroom today. This interactive session will explore ways in which culture plays a role in the classroom and provide resources for faculty to harness the international experiences of the Tulane community.


Please RSVP. Lunch is provided!

Through participation in two national surveys of undergraduates, Tulane learns about the expectations of its incoming freshmen (TFS) as well as the actual experiences of students at Tulane (NSSE). Data gleaned from these surveys can help faculty better understand our student population and their experiences and, thus, inform teaching practices.

This seminar will increase student motivation, produce higher-quality student work, and encourage student responsibility and academic integrity, all while making assessment less stressful for students and simplifying the grading process for themselves.