Disability Studies Minor Meeting
Dr. Joo will meet with students throughout the semester.
The Washington Center Information Session
THE DEPARTMENT OF WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
IN COLLABORATION WITH SACHER FILM AND DISTRIB FILMS US PRESENTS SANTIAGO, ITALIA (2018) BY NANNI MORETTI.
Acclaimed Italian director Nanni Moretti documents the efforts of the Italian Embassy to save and relocate Chilean citizens targeted by dictator Pinochet after his military coup that replaced Socialist leader Salvador Allende in the seventies. A chilling depiction of hope amidst tragic history events.
Webinar by Jose Pedro Monteiro, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon
Tokyo Olympics panel discussion with: Tara Sullivan & Gary Washburn, reporters Boston Globe; Audrey Asistio, reporter NBC 10 Boston; USA Olympians Dr. Gevvie Stone, Rower; Eli Dershwitz, Fencer
Sociology dept meeting
The College of Fine Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Advisory Board meets on a bi-annual basis in support of the Dean’s mission and vision for the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
This panel on wrongful incarceration specifically focused on Sean Ellis and eyewitness testimony. The panel will include the director of the New England Innocence Project, Dr. Miko Wilford and the exoneree, Sean Ellis.
A one-day, hybrid conference on the history and contemporary experience of bilingual people. Dec. 1, 2021, 3:30-5:30pm, Coburn Hall 255 and Zoom (webinar link to come). We expect four speakers, one on ancient languages (Greek and Latin, Dr. Marcie Persyn, University of Pittsburgh), another on Portuguese (probably Dr. Judy de Oliveira, University of Rhode Island), and one from the Mashpee Wampanoag on Native American language(s) (Jennifer Weston, Director of the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project).