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MAR 21, 2014
Banjo's Migritude: Claude McKay and the Politics of Movement
Christopher Ian Foster
Ph.D. Program in English
IRADAC invites Graduate Center
PhD candidates and students in the MALS Program to participate in its Africana Studies.
Open House for Admitted Students
This admissions event is an opportunity for students newly admitted into the PhD Program in English to learn more about the Program; meet faculty, administrators and current students; and to ask questions about scholarship in the program. Read more
A book launch with Paul Amar. Read more
The Ph.D. Program in Anthropology invites you to attend our Fall 2013 Colloquia. Unless otherwise noted, colloquium are held Fridays 4:15 – 6PM (rm. C415A), followed by receptions in the Brockway Room (rm. 6402). This event is free; identification is required to enter the Graduate Center. Read more
Bill VanPatten is internationally known for his work in second language acquisition and second language instruction. Read more
Hip Hop Psychology presents: The Creative Maladjustment Showcase Read more
The Creative Maladjustment Showcase integrates psychological and sociological theory into musical pieces to create a showcase that pushes the boundary of both art and science. Read more
This lecture is put on by Ceren Ozgul and focuses on humanitarianism, genocide, and Armenian return converts in Turkey. Read more
A transnational study of Asian performance shaped by the homoerotics of orientalism focusing on the relationship between the white man and the native boy as the central trope for understanding colonial and cultural encounters in 20th and 21st century Asia and its diaspora. Read more
MAR 24, 2014
Are you feeling stressed? Overwhelmed? Does it feel like you’re always somewhere else, ruminating about the past or worrying about the future? Learning to take a more mindful approach has been demonstrated to be helpful in managing stress, anxiety, depression. Read more