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The Tulane Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology is honored to host Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer as the speaker for the 2021 Marcia Monroe Conery Lectureship Series. 

Robin Wall Kimmerer is a mother, scientist, decorated professor, and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. She is the author of Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants and Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses.

The Newcomb Art Department and the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South present:

The Greek Slave on the Eve of Abolition:

a lecture by Caitlin Beach, Assistant Professor of Art History, Fordham University

November 12, 2020 at 6pm on Zoom

Zoom link: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/91351100042

The Newcomb Art Department and New Orleans Center for the Gulf South present a lecture by Jennifer Van Horn, Associate Professor of Art History and History, University of Delaware.

‘No one could prevent us making good use of our eyes’: Enslaved Spectators and Iconoclasts on Southern Plantations

Thursday, September 10, 6pm CDT

Third Coast Residential Learning Community invites you to a film screening and discussion of By Invitation Only, a documentary film by Rebecca Snedeker.

 

Music Rising at Tulane invites you to Women and Movement #6: African American Women Affecting the Arts in New Orleans (Part II).

Five African American women will discuss what they think about the state of contemporary art(s) in New Orleans. This discussion will include consideration of the state of visual arts, music, literature, and the performing arts in this region. This conversation will also consider the politics of race, artistic agency, and artistic opportunity.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 11am-12:30pm, ROGERS MEMORIAL CHAPEL, TULANE UNIVERSITY

The L'Union Creole concert series is back for another season! The season starts with José Férmin Ceballos and his merengue band, Merengue 4! As usual, the event will begin with interviews with the band followed by a live recorded concert. 

In its third year, L'Union Creole Concert Series is curated by Bruce Sunpie Barnes and sponsored by the Preservation Hall Foundation, New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University, the Neighborhood Story Project and University of New Orleans. Please join us for this free event that is open to the public.

Around thirty scholars and creative writers who contributed to the new collection of essays, New Orleans: A Literary History, edited by Tulane English Professor T. R. Johnson, will gather for an all-day symposium on January 25th in the Stibbs conference room of the LBC for a sequence of four panel discussions about the intersections between -- and the implications of -- their work. The symposium will begin at 9:15am with a general welcome.  The panels will then follow, thus: I. Creolism and Cosmpolitanism in the 18th and 19th centuries; II.

New Orleans Center for the Gulf South will host the fifth iteration of Women and Movement with When I Get Home: Black Women Directing in the Gulf South.

The event will feature the acclaimed short film When I Get Home (36 min.), directed by visual artist and singer/songwriter Solange Knowles. Following the film, there will be a panel discussion with Houstonian visual and performance artist Autumn Knight and renown filmmaker and Tulane professor Angela Tucker. New Orleans Center for the Gulf South assistant director and Denise Frazier will moderate.

Anthropocene River Campus Public Programs welcomes Campus participants and collaborators and the public to gather together for a slate of experiences open to all. Programming includes offerings by Campus participants, members of the Anthropocene Working Group, and additional Gulf South artists, scholars, and scientists from Tulane University and beyond.

An evening with American Routes, hosted by Nick Spitzer and featuring Tom McDermott, the Doucet Brothers, Doc Hawley, and Dr. Michael White with Topsy Chapman

Anthropocene River Campus Public Programs welcomes Campus participants and collaborators and the public to gather together for a slate of experiences open to all. Programming includes offerings by Campus participants, members of the Anthropocene Working Group, and additional Gulf South artists, scholars, and scientists from Tulane University and beyond.

Dreams Denied Environmental Risk in the Matanza-Riachuelo, Mississippi, and Yamuna River Basins, exhibit tour and panel discussion

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