Past Events

Spring 2019

Visions  (MCM Co-Sponsored)
A Brown & RISD visual and Literary arts magazine about Asia and Asian America. 
The VISIONS Blog was founded in 2012 in order to bring the magazine to the digital age. Through this blog, we hope to expand the scope of the magazine and continue to be able to highlight and celebrates the diversity of Brown and RISD’s Asian/Asian American community.

Southeast Asian Studies Initiative (SEASI(MCM Co-Sponsored)
Book Club "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye" a Singaporean graphic novel written by Sonny Liew, which challenges the historical narrative of the nation's postcolonial coming to be in the mid-20th century. 
SEASI is a student organization whose aim is to increase the presence of Southeast Asian Studies at Brown. 
Contact: SEASI

January 22, 2019
Mapping Digital Media: From Infrastructure to Gaming Lecture Series
Speaker: Tung-Hui Hu, Associate Professor of English, University of Michigan
"Laug Out Loud"
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street, Englander Studio 2, N420                 

January 25, 2019 
 Mapping Digital Media: From Infrastructure to Gaming Lecture Series
Speaker: Luciana Parisi, Senior Lecturer and Head of Program in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths–University of London
"Machine Philosophy: Instrumentality and Critique"
4:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street, Englander Studio 2, N420     

February, 2019 (DATE TBD) (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Black History Month Benefit Concert
Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Contact: Black Student Union (BSU)

February 1, 2019
 Mapping Digital Media: From Infrastructure to Gaming Lecture Series
Speaker:  Alexander R. Galloway, Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University
"The Concept of the Digital"
12:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street, Englander Studio 2, N420

February 6, 2019
Mapping Digital Media: From Infrastructure to Gaming Lecture Series
Speaker:  Jodi Byrd, Associate Professor of English and Gender and Women’s Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
"Digital Animus in the Age of Liberation"
12:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street, Kooper Studio, N430  

February 7-10,  2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
2019 Black Solidarity Conference 
Yale University
The Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale
211 Park Street, New Haven, CT 0651
Contact: [email protected]

February 9, 2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Brown VSA (Vietnamese Students Association) 
[email protected] Event
Contact: Brown VSA

February 11, 2019  (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
[email protected] Lecture Series 2018-19
Alissa Quart'94 "Squeezed: why you can't afford America!"
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Smith Buonanno, Room 106
Contact: English 

February 21-22, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Thursday, February 21, 2018, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM: A public screening of your documentary film, 95 and 6 to Go
 7:30 PM - 7:45 PM: A question and answer interaction with the audience after the screening, followed by a brief reception immediately afterwards  
Friday, February 22, 2018, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM: A research seminar discussing your filmmaking process with especially engaged students and faculty
Contact: CSREA

February 23, 2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
"I Got It From My Momma": Community-Based Approaches to Radical Mothering
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Pembroke Hall 305
172 Meeting Street
Contact: Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender

March 1, 2019
Mapping Digital Media: From Infrastructure to Gaming Lecture Series
Speaker:  Nicole Starosielski, Associate Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, 
New York University
"Underneath the Network"
12:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street, Englander Studio 2, N420    

March 6, 2019
Decolonizing The Museum: A Teach-In
4:30 PM
Joukowsky Forum, Watson Institute
111 Thayer Street
Organized by Ariella Azoulay, Yannis Hamilakis and Vazira Zamindar

March 7, 2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Discussion Forum with filmmaker and actor Nandita Das
Screening of her new film "Manto" 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: List 120
Contact: Center for Contemporary South Asia

March 7, 2019
Magic Lantern Cinema Presents: Abbas Kiarostami's 24 Frames
7:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
Free Admission

March 8, 2019
Mapping Digital Media: From Infrastructure to Gaming Lecture Series
Speaker: Tiziana Terranova, Professor, University of Naples “L’Orientale,” Human and Social Sciences Department
12:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street, Kooper Studio 3, N430   

March 9, 2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Native Hawaiian Symposium: Perspectives on Protecting Mauna a Wakea
1:00 PM - 5:30 PM 
Pembroke Hall 305

April, 2019 (DATE TBD)(MCM Co-Sponsored event)
"Telling It: Community-Based Approaches to Radical Story-Telling"
Contact: Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender

April 3, 2019  (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Visual Art DUG presents:  a public talk by Guerrilla Girls
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Salomon Center, Room 101
Contact: VISA DUG

April 30, 2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Opening Reception. Syrian decicacies will be served.
May 1, 2019— 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM: Conversation with Youssef Shoufan, photographer and founder of Syrian Eyes of the World
Syrian Eyes of the World
Photography exhibtion curated by Sherena Razek in parrel with Professor Yannis Hamilakis's course MGRK1210.
Watson Institute for International Public Affairs
Stephen Robert '62 Hall, 1st floor
Contact: Watson Institute International & Public Affairs

May, 2019 (DATE TBD) (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
"Radical Fulfillment: Community-Based Approaches to Nourishment and Growing"
Contact: Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender

May 2, 2019
Roger B. Henkle Memorial Lecture
Co-Sponsored and Co-Organized by the departments of  
Modern Culture and Media and the English 

A lecture by Hortense Spillers
"To the Bone: The Question of Touch"

5:30 PM
Salomon Center for Teaching, Room 101
Reception to follow, English Department, 70 Brown Street, 2nd floor lounge

May 9, 2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Conference: "Feeling Its Presence: Race and the Poetics of Affect" | Collaborative
Humanities Initiative
8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Room 305, Pembroke Hall, 172 Meeting Street
Free and open to the public.
Contact: Cogut Institute for the Humanities

June 9-15, 2019 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Queer Arts Festival (QAF)
AS220, 95 Mathewson Street, Providence, RI


Fall 2018

October 1, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Film Screening: "Paul Laurence Dunbar: Beyond the Mask"
7;00 PM
McCormack Family Theater, 70 Brown Street
Contact: Literary Arts

October 6, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Indigenous People's Day Celebration 
2:00-5:00 PM
Sayles Hall
Contact: NAB (Native Americans at Brown)
https://www.facebook.com/events/2009247822452532/

October 15, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Teju Cole | Visiting Artist Lecture
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
List Art Building, Room 120
Contact: Visual Art

October 18, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Screening of Award Winning Documentary "Munich '72 and Beyond"
Avon Cinema, 260 Thayer Street, Providence, RI
Free admission.
Doors will open at 7pm, the film will be screened at 7:30pm, followed by Q & A with producer, Dr. Steven Ungerleider. 
Contact: Office of the Chaplains and Brown RISD Hillel

November 5, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
RISD's Film/Animation/Video department presents "Keep the Change" 
by director and RISD alumna Rachel Israel'07 
7:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street
Room 101
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Contact: RISD FAV department

November 9, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Screening of "Kiki" a film by Sara Jordenö, and Twiggy Pucci Garcon
6:15 PM
Metcalf Auditorium, Chase Center of the RISD Museum
Contact: RISD FAV department

November 12, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Lecture by Adrienne Brown
Associate Professor of English and the University of Chicago
"Two Ways of Seeing the 1968 Fair Housing Act:  The Landlord (1966) and The Landlord (1970)"
5:30 PM
Brown/RISD Hillel, Meeting Room
2nd Floor, 80 Brown Street
Reception to Follow
Contact: English Department

November 14, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Brown University x Vietcetera, Summer Internships in Vietnam
Q&A with co-founder Hao Tran'14 
6:00 - 7:30 PM
Friedman Hall, Room 208
Pizza and drinks will be provided
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November 26, 2018  (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
The Philadelphia Story: Growing Up is Hard to Do
Pamela Foa, Pembroke Center Senior Fellow in Gender and Sexuality Studies
6:00 PM
Pembroke Hall 305, 172 Meeting Street
Also, please be aware that Pamela will be hosting two screenings of The Philadelphia Storyon Monday November 26, Pembroke Hall 305, from 12-2 and again from 2-4.
Contact: Pembroke Center

November 29, 2018  (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
A lecture by Prof. Dean Allbritton, Colby College
 "Bad Blood: Visions of Hemophilia in the Spanish AIDS Crisis"
5:30 PM
Music Room, Rochambeau House, 84 Prospect Street
Contact: Hispanic Studies

December 10, 2018
Magic Lantern Cinema and the Black Feminist Theory Project at the Pembroke Center present: 
"Sexual Politics & Fabulated Pasts, Speculative Futures"
Please Join us for two thematic shorts programs of works by Black Feminist film and video makers, featuring works by Julie Dash, Fronza Woods, Leah Gilliam, Alli Logout, and others.
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (with intermission in between)
List Auditorium, 64 College Street

5.30-6.45 PM: Sexual Politics
From explorations of sexualized stereotypes of black womanhood to celebrations of black trans* and queer sexual communities, the films and videos in our program “Sexual Politics” offer divergent approaches to the politics of gender and sexuality, sexual violence, and sexual divisions of labor. Runtime: 72 mins.

7.00-8.00 PM: Fabulated Pasts, Speculative Futures
“Fabulated Pasts, Speculative Futures” brings together film and video works that subvert and reimagine historical events and media archives, including pieces that deploy public and personal histories in ways that gesture toward alternative visions of the future. Runtime: 51 mins.

Sponsored by Brown University’s Black Feminist Theory Project at the Pembroke Center, the Forbes Center for Culture and Media, the LGBTQ Center, the Sarah Doyle Center, and the Departments of Modern Culture & Media, Africana Studies, American Studies, and Theatre Arts & Performance Studies.
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Summer 2018

June 10-16, 2018
AS220's Queer Arts Festival 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)

More information at this Facebook link and the full schedule below:

Queer Arts Festival 2018 Schedule
All events are FREE

Sunday, June 10
A Matter of Pride Vol. 3: LGBTQ Wrestling
7PM, AS220 Black Box Theatre- 95 Empire Street

Thursday, June 14
Consent Within LGBTQAI Communities: A Talk by Kyle Kruger and the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health
5PM at AS220 Main Stage- 115 Empire Street

Film Screening: Major!
More info at missmajorfilm.com
6-8PM, AS220 Black Box Theatre- 95 Empire Street

Friday, June 15
Queer Arts Fest Reception
5-7PM, AS220 Main Stage- 115 Empire Street

Queer Trans Zine Fest (QTZ) Reading
6-8PM,  New Urban Arts- 705 Westminster Street

Queer Latinx Cabaret featuring Saul Ramos & Arturo Herrera 8PM, AS220 Black Box Theatre- 95 Empire Street

Saturday, June 16
Queer Trans Zine Fest (QTZ)
11AM-4PM, AS220 Main Stage and Black Box- 95 115 Empire Street

BlueAzul Presents: The QAF All Ages Day Party 4-9PM, AS220

 Melissa Ferrik Performance
5-6PM, AS220 Main Stage- 115 Empire Street 

(Be)longing: Queer Performance Showcase
5-7PM, AS220 Black Box Theatre- 95 Empire Street

Keynote performer and dance party: Papi Juice & DJ Manu Miran 9PM-12AM, AS220 Main Stage- 115 Empire Street


Spring 2018

February 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Black Solidarity Conference
"Let's Get it On:  Deconstructing Sex, Sexuality, And Gender in the Black Community"
Yale University
Contact:  [email protected]

February 8, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
New Horizons Distant Shores Lecture Series
A lecture by Alexander Stille
"The Last Survivor: Facicism and the Holocaust Without Witnesses"
7:00 PM
Rhode Island Hall, Room 108
Contact: Italian Studies

"MCM Key Texts on Differences, Power, and Diversity"
Seminar Luncheon and Discussion:
Re)Considering the Combahee River Collective Statement Today
Tuesday, February 27 @ 11:30am - 1:00pm
135 Thayer Street, room 102
Lunch provided
The Combahee River Collective, a path-breaking group of radical black feminists, was one of the most important organizations to develop out of the antiracist and women’s liberation movements of the 1960s and 70s, with the Combahee River Collective Statement providing a critical contribution toward an intersectional understanding of race, gender, sexuality, and class.  Now, at its 40th anniversary, we will recognize this important work by reading and discussing a new introduction to the Combahee River Collective Statement as well as the Statement itself from How We Get Free: Black Feminism and the Combahee River Collective.

Prof. Wendy Chun and Prof. Kara Keeling will co-lead this discussion group.

February 23-25, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
The Rhythym of Change Festival '18
The Catherine Bryan Dill Center for the Performing ArtsDepartment of Theatre Arts and
Performance Studies,Brown University
Contact: Theare Arts and Perfomance Studies

March 2, 2018
Combahee River Collective Mixtape: Black Feminist Sonic Dissent Then & Now
A Multimedia presenation and discussion with Daphne Brooks | Kara Keeling | Jacqueline Stewart
12:00 - 2:00 PM
Pembroke Hall, Room 305
172 Meeting Street
Light lunch from 11:45 AM
This event is organzed by Modern Culture and Media, Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women and the Black Feminist Theory Project.
    For more on the CRC's Statement, see Brian Norman, “'We' In Redux: The 
Combahee River Collective's Black Feminist Statement" in differences 18.2    (Sept. 2007): 103–32.  The link goes to:      https://read.dukeupress.edu/differences/article/18/2/103/60579/We-In-Redux-The-Combahee-River-Collective-s-Black.

March 6, 2017 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Cornwel West lecture
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
De Ciccio Family Auditorium, Room 101
Salomon Center for Teaching
Contact: Cogut Institute for the Humanities

March 16-17, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
2018 Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
Religious Difference: Negociating Otherness from Ancient to Contemporary Worlds
Contact:  Religious Studies 

March 20-21, 2018  (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Screening of "Whose Streets?", followed by Q&A with Damon Davis
7:00 PM
Martios Auditorium, Granoff Center
Contact: Literary Arts

April 11, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Lecture: Viet Thanh Nguyen, War, Fiction and the Ethnics of Memory | The Greg and Julie Flynn Cogut Institute Speaker Series
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Pembroke Hall 305
Contact: Cogut

April 17, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Gender, Labor and Cultural Representation in Chinese History presents
Documentary Screening: The Cotton
6:00-8:00 PM 
Smith-Buonanno, Room 106
Contact: East Asian Studies

April 18, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Gender, Labor and Cultural Representation in Chinese History
9:00 am - 6:00 PM
Petteruti Lounge, 75 Waterman Street
Contact: East Asian Studies

April 19, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Transnational Gender and Media Lecture Series
"The Wolf Myth and Chinese Environmental Sentimentalism in Wolf Totem" by Chenzhou He
2:30-3:50 PM
Smith-Buonanno Hall G12
Contact: East Asian Studies

April 20, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Womxn's History Series presents:
CeCeMCDonald Public Lecture and Screening of "Free Cece!"
Contact: Sarah Doyle Women's Center

April 21, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
17th Annual Spring Thaw Powwow
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Pizzitola Sports Center, Hope Street & Llyod Ave.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1460138420771600/
Contact: [email protected]

April 25, 2018 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Screening of "3000 Nights" + Q&A with Mai Masri
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Smith-Buonanno, Room 106
Contact: Middle East Studies

April 30, 2018 
Struck With Wonder - Todd Haynes
Screening of Wonderstruck
7:00 PM
Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street
Martinos Auditorium, Room 110
Reception to follow

May 1, 2018
Struck With Wonder - Todd Haynes
I'm Not There: A Conversation with Todd Haynes
4:00-6:00 PM
John Hay Library, 20 Prospect Street
Lownes Room (2nd Floor)
Reception to follow


Fall 2017

​Monday, September 11
​The MCM Discussion Group on key texts on differences, power, and diversity presents​: Representing Gitmo
A workshop with Artist Debi Cornwall '95
12:00 PM
135 Thayer Street, Room 102

 October 2, 2017 (MCM Co-Sponsored event)
Banned: Racialization of the Middle East and its Diasporas in U.S. Culture
Speakers: Prof. Evelyn Alsutany and Prof. Melani McAlister
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Petteruti Lounge, Stephen Robert'62 Center
Contact: Ameriacn Studies

November 6-10, 2017
Samuel Delany Residency
Acclaimed sci-fi author/cultural critic Samuel Delany coming to Brown for week residency!
We are thrilled to announce that acclaimed sci-fi author/cultural critic Samuel Delany is coming to Brown for a week residency! He will be giving a number of presentations and doing a number of events while here.Please join us for these events, and please share this information widely.
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November 7, 2017
Roger B. Henkle Memorial Lecture (Co-Sponsored by the Department of English)
"The Mirror & The Maze" 
A lecture by Samuel Delany
5:30 pm
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street
Martinos Auditorium, Room 110
Reception to follow
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Watch the lecture here.

November 8, 2017
"Stars in His Pocket...: A Conversation with Samuel Delany and Kara Keeling," with an exhibit of Delany's works and manuscripts from the library collection
5:30 pm
John Hay Library, Lownes Room, 2nd Floor, 20 Prospect Street
Reception to follow
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November 9, 2017
12:00 PM
"Out for Lunch with Samuel Delany"
LGBTQ Center, 321 Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center
75 Waterman Street, 3rd Floor
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November 9, 2017
Join us for a screening of 
"The Polymath or The Life and Opinions of Samuel R. Delany, Gentleman"
A film by Fred Barney Taylor plus a film by Samuel Delany
Immediately following screening there will be a Q+A with Samuel Delany.
7:00 PM
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
Martinos Auditorium, Room 110
164 Angell Street




Fall 2016

October 27-28, 2016

Captive Genders: A Conference on Prison Abolition, Trans Resistance, and Queer Liberation
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts 
Martinos Auditorium 
154 Angell Street 

Film Screening at Cable Car Cinema
204 South Main Street 

Captive Genders is a conference that traces the impact of the prison industrial complex on trans and gender nonconforming people. By addressing the politically urgent topic of mass incarceration in tandem with trans precarity and trans women of color activism, this event will examine intersections between queer and racial justice.

This two-day event will include a keynote panel, a student-oriented workshop, and a film screening, bringing together chief contributors to Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex (AK Press), the first publication of its scale to align trans studies with abolitionist critique. The event will feature a keynote panel with Reina Gossett, filmmaker and former membership director of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, Chris Vargas, executive director of the Museum of Transgender Hirstory and Art, and Eric Stanley, co-editor for Captive Genders and Assistant Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies at UC Riverside. Cherise Morris, an MA student in Public Humanities, will serve as moderator. This event will also feature a screening of Eric Stanley and Chris Vargas' film, Criminal Queers (2015), which visualizes a radical trans/queer struggle against the prison industrial complex.

Copies of Captive Genders will be available for purchase at the event, and a book signing will follow the panel. All profits from sales go toward providing free books to people inside prisons and jails.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Schedule of Events:

Thursday, October 27, 2016
Cable Car Cinema (204 S Main St)
8:00 PM: Screening of Criminal Queers (dir. Chris Vargas & Eric Stanley, 2015)

Friday, October 28, 2016

Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, Brown University
11:00AM-12:30PM: Queer Art as Prison Abolition Workshop

Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, Brown University
Martinos Auditorium
6:00-8:00 PM: Keynote Panel with Reina Gossett, Eric Stanley, and Chris Vargas. Moderated by Cherise Morris.

Reception and book signing to follow event.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1668248356783604/


November 9, 2016
A lecture by Laliv Melamed
"State of Intimacy: Israeli Amateur Commemorative Videos and the Militarization of Mourning"  
11:00AM
Seminar Room 190
Barus & Holley
184 Hope Street


 

November 17, 2016
7:00 PM
Magic Lantern Presents
Blackout_Flashback: Films by Tony Cokes and James N. Kienitz Wilkins
Introduction by Cassandra Guan
Post screening Q&A with filmmakers
Cable Car Cinema
204 South Main St.
Providence, RI
Admission $5


December 1, 2016
7:00 PM
Magic Lantern Presents
Transitional Belongings: Films by Jennifer Montgomery
Introduction by Professor Lynne Joyrich
Post screening Q&A with filmmaker
Cable Car Cinema
204 South Main St.
Providence, RI
Admission $5


Spring 2016

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February 4, 2016
Cinema & Black Cultural Politics Lecture series 
5:30 PM
“Film Blackness: American Cinema and the Idea of Black Film”
Michael Gillespie, Associate Professor of Film, The City College of New York
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street
Englander Studio, Room N420
Reception to follow   

February 11, 2016
Cinema & Black Cultural Politics Lecture series 
5:30 PM
Endangered by the Moving Image: The Criminalization of Black and Brown Bodies
Mia Mask, Associate Professor of Film, Vassar College
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street
Englander Studio, Room N420
Reception to follow  

February 15, 2016
Cinema & Black Cultural Politics Lecture series 
5:30 PM
"Digitopia": Black Futures and the Cinematic
Kara Keeling,
 Associate Professor of Cinema Arts, University of Southern California
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street
Englander Studio, Room N420
Reception to follow  

February 18, 2016
Cinema & Black Cultural Politics Lecture series 
5:30 PM
“…the first actor who has caused me to thank God for the talkies…” Stepin Fetchit and the Performance of “Black Sound”
Miriam Petty, Assistant Professor of Radio/Television/Film, Northwestern University
Granoff Center for the Creative Arts
154 Angell Street
Englander Studio, Room N420
Reception to follow


February 19, 2016

Seizing the Means of Reproduction Conference

9:45 AM
Pembroke Hall, Room 305
172 Meeting Street
more information here