Lectures

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Web 2.0 for Nonprofits

John Nicholas Brown Center 357 Benefit Street

John Speck, principle of Real Advertising and New Commons Strategic Partner

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Tofu: An Ethnographical Portrayal

John Nicholas Brown Center 357 Benefit Street

Chee-Beng Tan, professor of anthopology at Chinese University of Hong Kong

Eating Chinese: Comestibles, Cuisine, Commerce and Culture (LECTURE SERIES)

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The Social Life of American Crayfish in Asia

John Nicholas Brown Center 357 Benefit Street

Sidney Cheung, professor of anthopology at Chinese University of Hong Kong; Wei Ying Wong, Mellon postdoctoral fellow at Connecticut College

Eating Chinese: Comestibles, Cuisine, Commerce and Culture 
(LECTURE SERIES)

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Summary Q&A, Eating Chinese: Comestibles, Cuisine, Commerce and Culture

John Nicholas Brown Center 357 Benefit Street

Evelyn Hu-deHart, professor of history at Brown University

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Storytelling Techniques for Effective Interpretation, Communication, and Persuasion

John Nicholas Brown Center, Library 357 Benefit Street

Valerie Tutson, professional storyteller

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Stories from the Ocean State

John Nicholas Brown Center 357 Benefit Street

Rhode Island StoryCorps Kick Off Sponsored by Rhode Island Public Radio and the Brown Center for Public Humanities.

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Remembering and Rethinking 9/11: 10 Years Later

John Nicholas Brown Center, Library 357 Benefit Street, Providence

Mary Marshall Clark, Director of the Columbia Center for Oral History, will be at Brown to discuss themes and read from her new book, After the Fall: New Yorkers Remember September 2001 and the Years That Followed.

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Panel: AmeriCorps in Providence

John Nicholas Brown Center, Library 357 Benefit Street, Providence

What is AmeriCorps doing in Providence? What difference does it make? And how can you get involved? Come hear Brown alumni, AmeriCorps members, and those who work with them talking about the important work taking place in Providence. Panelists will talk about their opportunities and experiences as Corps members and about some of the projects underway at schools, environmental organizations, and cultural institutions.

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Heritage Conservation as Cultural Work: Art, Authenticity, and Activism in Hawai'i

John Nicholas Brown Center, Library 357 Benefit Street

Glenn Wharton, research scholar of museum studies at New York University

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Emancipated Memories: Slavery as Subject in Selected Works by Contemporary Black Women Artists

Salomon Center for Teaching, Room 001, Brown University

Cora Marshall, artist, educator, and scholar

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