School of Liberal Arts March 20 Newsletter

Tulane School of Liberal Arts Newsletter

Impact Across Disciplines

Stephanie Porras, Newcomb Art Department chair, and Mia Bagneris, Africana Studies Program director

$1M Grant Will Fund New Liberal Arts Graduate Program in Africana Studies & Art

The Mellon Foundation awarded a four-year, $1 million grant to the Africana Studies Program and Newcomb Art Department for the development of the Crossroads Cohort, in which students can pursue novel graduate study at the intersection of both disciplines.

Students Recap Key University Events

Old guys talk a lot

Liberal Arts Take 2024 Book Fest Stage

Four English majors share their highlights from last weekend's "Mardi Gras for the Mind," which saw a plethora of School of Liberal Arts faculty, staff, and alumni featured on panels throughout Tulane's third literary festival.

Participants of Gulf Coast Connections Conference visit local sites

Third Gulf Coast Connections Conference

Political Science & Environmental Studies double major Lucie Jain (SLA '26) reflects on this interdisciplinary event addressing how environmental thinking impacts community. Hosted by Tulane, in collaboration with Rice University.

Department of Theatre & Dance – Box Offices Highlights

Event poster for Only Miracles

Only Miracles: April's Interactive Historical Experience Created by MFA Candidate

In this three-part immersive theater experience written and directed by department instructor Dodd Loomis, visitors are transported back to the real-life journey of two Holocaust survivors.

The show is produced by the Department of Theatre & Dance at Tulane, the Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience, and Touro Synagogue.

Event poster for Sweeney Todd

Lineup for 57th Season of Summer Lyric Theatre at Tulane Announced

Head to the box office today to secure your seats for our 2024 Summer Lyric Theatre weekend productions of Sweeney Todd, Anything Goes, and Pippin.

When temperatures rise, NOLA theaters cool down. Join us Uptown for monthly musicals directed by prominent faculty and engaged performing arts alumni!

Give green April 10–11, 2024

Save the Date for #GiveGreen2024!

Donations on #TUGiveGreen2024 help fund groundbreaking research, support program and event growth, and develop vital scholarship opportunities through our Annual Fund. Along with the fun of maintaining friendly bragging rights for most individual gifts, this Tulane competition has a major impact on the School of Liberal Arts, and we can’t do it without you!

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