Explore your artistic side during this evening of painting and sipping wine with watercolorist Marilynne Bradley (BFA 60). Bradley will illustrate specific techniques and provide one-on-one instruction as attendees create a still-life watercolor inspired by Henri Matisse’s Nature morte aux oranges (II) (c. 1899), in the Kemper Art Museum collection, as well as paintings by […]
Xiaolong Qiu, poet, literary translator, crime novelist and St. Louis resident visits campus as the first installment of this years Assembly series.
Panelists: Karen Musalo, Nicole Cortes, Katie Herbert Meyer, and Robert Sagastume discuss Refugees and Asylum Seekers in America. The discussion will be moderated by Stephen Legomsky.
Assembly Series: Luke Dittrich “Lobotomies, Pain Guns, and Shredded Data: Patient H.M. and the Ethics of Human Experimentation”
Luke Dittrich’s lectures and writings offer an engaging exploration of the history of memory science, while raising urgent questions about the ethics of medical research and human experimentation.
Cathy Davidson, cofounding director of HASTAC, is Distinguished Professor of English and Founding Director of the Futures Initiative at the Graduate Center, CUNY
Assembly Series: Christine van den Wyngaert “World Peace through International Criminal Justice: The Role of International Courts and Tribunals”
Christine van den Wyngaer a judge on the International Criminal Court comes to Washington University to discuss World Peace through the roles of International Courts and Tribunals.
Save the date: Washington University School of Medicine’s medical center-wide 2018 Research Training Symposium and Poster Session will take place on Tuesday, October 9, 2018, from 12:30 to 5pm, in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC). The Symposium from 12:30 to 3pm will be held in Connor Auditorium. The Poster Session will be held from 3 to 5pm in the FLTC Atrium with roughly 120 posters from summer research program students, yearlong research program students, residents, fellows and junior faculty.
In fall 2018, the Center for the Humanities will award the 2018 Washington University International Humanities Prize and Medal to internationally renowned architect Sir David Adjaye.
Victor LaValle award-winning author comes to Washington University to converse and read with the community.
Assembly Series: Sue Vice “The Holocaust in Literature and Film: Revisiting Claude Lanzmann’s ‘Shoah’”
Sue Vice joins us at Washington University to discuss the Holocaust in Literature and Film, specifically revisiting Claude Lanzmann’s ‘Shoah’.
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