Wednesday, October 15, 6-7:30 pm
Mather Mansion 301, 2605 Euclid Ave
The Funnies and Race: Why is Everyone So Touchy About Stereotypes?
Poet, Writer and Winner, 2008 Lenore Marshall Award
Thursday, November 13, 1:30-3 pm
Main Classroom 134, 1899 East 22nd Street.
Vampires Are Happier When They Are Homosexual, or Adventures in the Poetry Trade
Documentary photographer and activist from Cleveland
Thursday, February 5, 2009 at 6-7:30 p.m.
Mather Mansion, room 301
“El Chocó, Colombia: Struggle for Cultural and Environmental Survival; an Everyday Resistance”
Human Rights Leader from Cambodia Founder of Cambodian Living Arts Subject of Emmy-Nominated Film The Flute Player
Thursday, April 9, 2009 at 6-7:30 p.m.
Mather Mansion, room 301, 2605 Euclid Avenue
“Child of War-Man of Peace”
Dr. Sander Gilman
Keynote speech, Crossing Over Symposium
Saturday, October 6, 2007 | Fenn Tower 303, 6:00 pm
"Can the Experience of Diaspora Jewry Serve as a Model for Islam in Today's Multicultural Europe?"
Dr. Ilan Stavans
Thursday, November 8, 2007 | Fenn Tower 303, 5:00 pm
"Growing Up Latino: Language, Culture and Identity"
Tuesday, February 12, 2007 | Rocky River High School, 20951 Detroit Rd, 7:30 pm
Sharing her poetry and the story of her life
David Oliver Relin
Thursday, February 28, 2008 | Fenn Tower 303, 5:00 pm
Topic to be announced
Book signing and reception following lecture
Thursday, April 3, 2008 | Mather Mansion 301, 5:00-6:30 pm
Black and Male in America
Dr. John Esposito
Wednesday, November 15, 2006 | University Center Auditorium 6, 5:30 pm
"Can You Hear Me Now? Listening to the Voices of One Billion Muslims"
Dr. Bassam Haddad
Director: "What is said about Arabs & Terrorism?"
Tuesday, Febuary 6, 6pm: Documentary (45 minutes)
Dively Community Seminar Room, Cleveland State University
1717 Euclid Avenue, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, UR 112
Free public showing and discussion with Dr Haddad
"What is said about Arabs & Terrorism?" Part I
Wednesday, Febuary 7, 5pm: Documentary (45 minutes)
Strosacker Auditorium, Case Western Reserve University
2125 Adelbert Road
Free public showing and discussion with Dr Haddad
"What is said about Arabs & Terrorism?" Part II
Dr. Walter Reich
Wednesday, February 28, 2006 | Drinko Hall, 2001 Euclid Ave. 5:00 pm
"Uses and Abuses of Holocaust Memory in International Affairs"
Advocate for Nonviolence and Understanding, Keynote Speaker: Symposium 2005
October 8, 2005
"Crossing Over: Learning to Navigate the Borderlands of Intercultural Encounters"
Dr. Micere M. Githae Mugo
Wednesday, March 1, 2005| Music & Communication Bldg G 15, 5:00 pm
"Poetry as a Political Statement and as a Vehicle for Crossing Cultural Borders"
Thursday, April 20, 2005 | Dively Room (first floor), Levin College of Urban Affairs, 5:00 pm
"Hispanics -- The American Nightmare, and the American Dream"
Tuesday, October 12, 2004 | Waetjen Auditorium, 6:0 0pm
"Identity and Performance"
Wednesday, November 17, 2004 | Drinko Hall, 5:00 pm
"The Trouble with Islam"
Wednesday, February 23, 2005 | Mather Mansion, 4:00 pm
"Supporting the Arts: A French-American Comparison"
Tricia RoseFriday, April 15, 2005 |
Dively Auditorium, 5:00pm
"Hip-Hop Music (History, Technology, Commodification, Sexism)"
Performance artist, author, MacArthur Fellow
Thursday, September 11, 2003
"Ethno-techno: One of the Possible Futures of Performance Art"
Assistant Professor of History and Political Science, UCLA
Wednesday, November 5, 2003
"Anywhere We Are US Is": Encountering Black Power as Living History
Tuesday, February 3, 2004
"Performance Art: Where it comes, What causes it and What can be done about it"
Lyn Mikel Brown, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of Education and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Colby College (Maine)
Thursday, March 25, 2004
Bad Girls, Bad Girls: Watcha Gonna Do?
Camilo José Vergara
sociologist and photographer
Thursday, October 17, 2002
"Churches in the American Ghetto"
Wednesday, November 20, 2002
"New York Does Not Exist: Excerpts from a Fugitive Work in Progress, text Peter Wortsman, photographs Gilles Vauclair"
historian and political activist
Professor of History and Political Science, Director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies, Columbia University
Wednesday, January 29, 2003
"Black Studies and the Urban University"
artist and community activist
Thursday, March 20, 2003
"Community Building Through Art"
Vice President for Research and Education, The Newberry Library, Chicago, IL
Thursday, November 8, 2001
"Streets, Libraries, and Laboratories: Urban Studies and the Humanist Dilemma"
International Institute Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Film and Video Studies, and Architecture, University of Michigan
Thursday, December 6, 2001
"Film Noir, the Metropolis, and the Humanities"
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Instruction, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago
Thursday, March 21, 2002
"Clueless in Academe, or Parlez-vous Arguespeak?"
J. Mark Schuster
Visiting Professor at The Cultural Policy Center, The Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, The University of Chicago
Thursday, April 11, 2002
"Ephemera, Temporary Urbanism, and the Image of the City"
Edward W. Said
University Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
Sunday, October 1, 2000
"Defining the Humanities for the 21st Century"
Patricia J. Williams
Professor of Law, Columbia University
Thursday, October 12, 2000
"Justice and the Humanities: The Emperor's New Clothes"
Maxine Elliot Professor of Rhetoric and Comparative Literature; Chair, Rhetoric Department, University of California at Berkeley
Thursday, November 16, 2000
"Ethics, Politics, and the Humanities"
Trinh T. Minh-Ha
Professor of Women's Studies, Film Studies and Rhetoric, University of California at Berkeley
Friday, February 23, 2001
"The Humanities in a Postcolonial World"
Associate Professor of History and of Educational Policy and Leadership, Ohio State University - Newark Campus
Friday, March 23, 2001 | Keynote address at Conference on Humanities
"The Importance of Majoring in the Humanities in the Urban Public University"
Robin D. G. Kelley
Professor of History and Africana Studies, New York University
Thursday, April 12, 2001
"The Humanities and the Future of Democracy"