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RAGING PLACE, WAITING FOR THE CATS TO DANCE
Howe Library online, 7:00pm-9:45pm
Internationally acclaimed moving and still image artists Martha Colburn, Ken Josephson, Pat O’Neill, and Marilyn Zimmerwoman promise an evening of insights into visual art making
Anti-Racism Pedagogies & Faculty of Color Retention
Virtual Event, 4:00am-5:00am
Join The Leslie Center for an honest conversation with Dr. Alaí Reyes-Santos about the challenges faced by faculty of color and how to thrive building community.
Lifelines: A Poetry Share
Virtual Event, 5:00am-6:00pm
Join the Leslie Center for the Humanities for our first poetry share of the spring term.
Queer and Trans Asian American Poetry Series: Dorothy Wang
Dorothy Wang will talk about Pamela Lu's _Pamela: A Novel_
"Asynchronous Mission #6": an Honors Thesis Performance
An original work, originally conceived by Kate Budney '21 and devised as a collaborative journey over 14 weeks via Zoom.
via Zoom (details below), 12:30pm-2:00pm
The Religion Department's Forum on Race and Religion Series presents a talk with Jeremy Schipper (Temple University) and Nyasha Junior (Temple University).
A Pod Called Quest Goes to Dartmouth
via Zoom (details below), 4:00pm-6:00pm
The nature, practice, and responsibilities of student social justice activism.
"Jane", by Savannah Miller '21: an Honors Thesis Performance
A remote staged reading of an original work that looks at the public and personal lives of Jane Fonda: activist, actress, fitness mogul, mother, woman.
The Diversification of Scholarly Publishing with University of Virginia Press
Virtual Event, 5:30pm-6:30pm
The visiting editor series presents a talk with Eric Brandt, Editor in Chief, and Angie Hogan, Acquisitions Editor.
Virtual Event, 4:00pm-6:00pm
Eugene McCarraher (Villanova) in conversation with Bethany Moreton, Devin Singh, and Russell Muirhead