Tulane University Film and Arts Festival features a collection of feature length films, short films, and local food vendors.
Presenting artists who challenge the divide between art and craft while creating mysterious, hybrid forms.
Daniel G. Nocera, developer of the Artificial Leaf: "The Global Energy Challenge: Energy for 1 (x 6 Billion)"
The subject of the lecture has not yet been determined.
The Jazz at the Rat concert series presents a tribute to James Black featuring drummer Joe Dyson, who will perform alongside students in Tulane's jazz studies program.
The Jazz at the Rat concert series presents New York-based percussionist Daniel Sadownick, who will perform alongside students in Tulane's jazz studies program.
David Goldstein will speak about "Defender of the Faith: The Disputation of Barcelona".
Join us for the third annual City, Culture, Community graduate symposium entitled Social Justice and the City: Implications for Race and Equity.
The Forum Tulane Film Series presents 'My Depression,' an animated and humorous short film documenting a woman's journey through a bout of depression. A group discussion will follow.
This workshop will help you measure and assess your impact in the scholarly community and beyond.
Omer Bartov from Brown University will come to give his talk, "The Voice of Your Brother’s Blood: The Murder of a Town in Eastern Galicia".
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