Dan Tokaji, Associate Dean for Faculty and Charles W. Ebersold and Florence Whitcomb Ebersold Professor of Constitutional Law, Ohio State University, speaks on “Voting Rights, Gerrymandering, and the Uncertain Future of Democracy.”
150 Years of Women At WashULaw Women Faculty Speakers Series starts off with Professor and Vice Provost Adrienne Davis.
AFAS Professor Geoff Ward will join a panel addressing the themes of “Charting History: Data Visualization Through the Years,” an exhibit focused on the history and future of data visualization, on display at the Jack E. and Debbie T. Thomas Gallery in Olin Library until December 6, 2019.
Former AFAS Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Amani Morrison of the University of Delaware, presents “On Limits and Possibilities: Black Chicago’s Kitchenette Apartments”.
In honor of its namesake and the fearless coalition of women led by Sara Newton Cohron, this program highlights the organization’s past legacy and celebrates its bright future.
In this lecture-demonstration, Mestre Cláudio will introduce participants to Afro-Brazilian music and dance practices of his region, the backlands of Bahia. He will also discuss the significance of black popular culture to the black resistance movement in Brazil.
The second installment of 150 Years of Women At WashULaw Women Faculty Speakers Series features Professor Taren Tokarz.
Sabine Eckmann, William T. Kemper Director and Chief Curator, will host a conversation on the artist’s wide-ranging practice, including his concern for human rights and the global condition of humanity and his profound engagement with Chinese culture past and present, especially the radical shifts that have characterized China in the new millennium.
Featuring George J. Sanchez, Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity and History, and Director of the Center for Democracy and Diversity, University of Southern California
This annual playwriting competition & festival are open to all undergraduate and graduate students at Washington University. The festival culminates with three script-in-hand presentations on the festival weekend. Each performance is followed by a post show discussion with the audience, playwright and guest dramaturg.
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