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Binding Wounds: Pushing Boundaries - A traveling exhibition-National Library of Medicine

Location: uptown campus
Building:Jones Hall, 201




For more information contact Mary Jean Holt by phone at (504)988-5155

 


 

Binding Wounds: Pushing Boundaries - A traveling exhibition-National Library of Medicine

Location: uptown campus
Building:Jones Hall, 201




For more information contact Mary Jean Holt by phone at (504)988-5155

 


 

Meaning in the Making: Creativity in Aegean Bronze Age Art

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center, 205


A lecture by Carl Knappett (University of Toronto)

"Meaning in the Making: Creativity in Aegean Bronze Age Art"

Friday, January 26, 2018 3:30PM

Freeman Auditorium (Woldenberg Art Center 205)

Reception to follow in Jones 210

Tulane University Department of Classical Studies

 



For more information contact Elizabeth Reyna by phone at 504-865-5719

 


 

JWST Majors Luncheon

Location: uptown campus
Building:7031 Freret (Jewish Studies)


Spencer Frankston ('16) JWST grad, returns to share how his degree advanced his career as a JetBlue Loyalty Marketing Analyst.



For more information contact Jewish Studies Department by phone at 504-865-5349
Tickets are Not required

 


 

What will Artificial Intelligence Bring?

Location: uptown campus
Building:Woldenberg Art Center


A Davis Washington Mitchell Lecture
Panel open to the public, reception to follow

Panelists:

Paula Boddington, Philosopher, Oxford University
Jason Furman, Economist, Harvard University
Peter Stone, Computer Scientist, UT Austin
Wendell Wallach, Ethicist, The Hastings Center and Yale University's Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics

Moderator:

K. Brent Venable, Computer Scientist, Tulane University and IHMC

Sponsors:



For more information contact Brent Venable

 


 

Neither Villains nor Minstrels: Blackface Performance in the Theatres of Saint-Domingue

Location: uptown campus
Building:Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC), 202


It is widely understood that throughout its thirty-odd year history, the public theatre in the French colony of Saint-Domingue (today's Haiti), when staging occasional black or brown roles in its predominantly French repertoire, featured white performers in dark make-up, or blackface.  While this assumption is not necessarily a false one, the only explicit mention in the local newspapers, which constitute our richest known source of information regarding these performances, of blackface is in relation to a handful of performances of a local work, Jeannot et Th?r?se (a cr?ole-langua



For more information contact Toby Wikstrom by phone at 504-862-3117

 


 

An Evening with Rebecca Solnit

Location: uptown campus
Building:Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC)


Writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit is the author of 20 books on feminism, western and indigenous history, popular power, social change and insurrection, wandering and walking, and hope and disaster. Her books include The Mother of All Questions, Men Explain Things to Me, Hope in the Dark, and, with Rebecca Snedeker, Unfathomable City: A New Orleans Atlas. Her honors and awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, the National Book Critics Circle Award in Criticism, and two NEA fellowships.