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Students: There is still Summer 2020 online course availability. Get a head start on your requirements with offerings including creative industries through crisis, film and media, festivals, tourism, the hospitality industry, and disease throughout history, across literature, media, cultural expression, religion, and more. View all Liberal Arts Summer Courses.

 

The 2020 Dr. H. Barry and Lucy V. Holt Lecture in Ethnohistory: "City of Blood, City of Flowers: Why the Aztecs Enchant Us"

Friday, March 6, 2020 - 17:00

The Stone Center for Latin American Studies, the Tulane Department of History, and the Middle American Research Institute invite you to the 2020 Dr. H. Barry and Lucy V. Holt Lecture in Ethnohistory: “City of Blood, City of Flowers: Why the Aztecs Enchant Us” presented by Dr. Davíd Carrasco.

History in the News: Global #MeToo

Monday, November 11, 2019 - 18:00

Join Profs. Edwards, Haugeberg, and McMahon for a lively discussion of the #MeToo movement and its growth from an American to a global phenomenon. 

Refugee Speakers Series with Dr. Sarah Cramsey

Tuesday, November 5, 2019 - 15:00

The next installment of the  "Refugee Speakers’ Series"  will feature Dr. Sarah Cramsey from Tulane’s Jewish Studies Department.  Professor Cramsey will present a talk entitled “The Other Diaspora: Family Creation and the Migrations of Polish Jews” on Tuesday, November 5 at 3pm in the Great Room at the Alumni House.
 

Refugee Speakers Series

Monday, October 21, 2019 - 15:00

Adeno Addis is an internationally recognized scholar whose expertise spans a range of areas, but primarily focusing on human rights, constitutional law, and political and legal theory. He has published extensively in law and social science journals in the United States, Asia and Europe. He has taught at other law schools both in the United States and in other countries such as Australia, Germany, Hong Kong (SAR), and Japan.

Algorithmic Ethics: Racism and Sexism in Digital Humanities Databases

Thursday, September 19, 2019 - 17:00

How have digital humanities databases changed the nature of scholarship? How have racism and sexism distorted those databases and the scholarship based on them? Professor Block will address these and other questions related to digital humanities research in her lecture.

Bauhaus Lecture and Poster Exhibition

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 17:00

Tuesday November 19, 2019
5:00 PM Lecture by Brigitta Malm
Followed by Reception
Newcomb Hall Room 308

Uncovering Hidden Layers of History

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 - 17:30

With a collection of more than 100,000 unique artifacts from the Soviet Bloc countries during the Cold War the Wende Museum is one of the leading museums of its kind worldwide. The museum not only collects and preserves materials that offer insight into political realities, cultural trends, and everyday life, but also aims to present them in a thought-provoking way, making connections between past and present and asking pertinent questions about how history is written and experienced.

Refugee Crises Now: A closer look at the Americas, Syria, and the Rohingya

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 - 16:00

Refugee Crises Now: 
A closer look at the Americas, Syria, and the Rohingya 
Jana Mason, UNHCR 
Tuesday, November 19th 
4pm
Diboll Gallery Newcomb Institute

Cold War Politics and the Origins of Democracy in Turkey

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 - 16:00

A public lecture by Dr. James Ryan (NYU) entitled "Cold War Politics and the Origins of Democracy in Turkey"

Lecture/Screening: Emma Christopher, “The Amistad Mutineers’ Countrymen: a Rebellious Caribbean Diaspora”

Monday, September 9, 2019 - 18:00

Lecture/Screening
 
Emma Christopher,  “The Amistad Mutineers’ Countrymen: a Rebellious Caribbean Diaspora”
 
Sept. 9, 6:00 p.m. Hebert 201, Tulane University. Free and open to the public. 
 

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