Current Events

February 

Monday, February 8: Cuban composer and musician Guido López-Gavilán

Thursday, February 11: Black History Month Celebration with Khalil Muhmmad

Monday, February 22: Interdisciplinary Faculty Study Group, led by Katie Rose Hejtmanek

Tuesday, February 23: Should the NYPD Be Spying on Our Campuses?

March

Thursday, March 3: Children in Gold: The Refugee Crisis in Lesbos, Greece documentary screening

Monday, March 7: True Cost film screening

Tuesday, March 8: Narratives of the Revolution, Part II, with Laurie Halse Anderson

Wednesday, March 9: M.F.A. Intergenre Reading Series, with fiction writer Elizabeth Graver and playwright/screenwriter/fiction writer/biographer Wesley Brown

Hess Week, March 14–17

Monday, March 21: Soca Music with Ray Allen

Monday, March 21: Interdisciplinary Faculty Study Group, led by Katie Rose Hejtmanek

Monday, March 21: Kalief Browder and the Challenges of Criminal Justice Reform

Tuesday, March 22: Screening of (T)error with director Lyric Cabral, Frederic Ewen Lecture in Civil Liberties and Academic Freedom

April

Monday, April 4: The Crisis of my Friends, with documentarian Miguel Macias

Tuesday, April 5: Sala's Gift: My Mother's Holocaust Story, with Ann Kirschner

Wednesday, April 6: M.F.A. Intergenre Reading Series, with fiction writer Jess Row and poet Monica de la Torre

Monday, April 11: Dream Closet: Meditations on Childhood Space, with Matthew Burgess

Tuesday, April 12: From Roosevelt Hall to the Oval Office: A Brooklyn College Journalism Alum Discusses the Art of Covering Politics

Thursday, April 14: Wolfe Fellows Symposium, with Michael Rawson, Anna Law, and Michael Menser

Monday, April 18: Interdisciplinary Faculty Study Group, led by Katie Rose Hejtmanek

Tuesday, April 19: Global Gypsy: Balkan Romani Music, Appropriation and Representation, with Carol Silverman

Wednesday, April 20: Jazz trumpeter Etienne Charles

May

Wednesday, May 4: The Corpse Washer with Sinan Antoon

Thursday, May 5: The Annual Frances Haidt Lecture: FDR, the Jews, and the Holocaust: New Research on an Explosive Controversy, with Rafael Medoff

Thursday, May 5: Christianity Underground: Death, Ritual, and the Catacombs of Ancient Rome

Monday, May 9: Interdisciplinary Faculty Study Group, led by Katie Rose Hejtmanek