Join the Higgins School of Humanities on Wednesday, March 13, 2024 at 10am for a gallery talk celebrating the opening of a video exhibition titled, "Applied Motion Studies: Artists and Scientists Consider Movement," in the Higgins Lounge at Dana Commons on the Clark University campus.
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In this talk, Jennifer J. Davis, Associate Professor of History at The University of Oklahoma and coeditor of the "Journal of Women’s History," will explore the roots of the modern census in France and the United States in a common document: a count of residents in colonial New France (Canada) in the year 1666. Laurie Ross, Professor and Director of the Department of Sustainability and Social Justice at Clark University, will provide commentary.
Join faculty and staff colleagues for food, festivities, and a line-up of lightning talks during which faculty will discuss their creativity and scholarship related to teaching and research.
Come spend the afternoon celebrating research excellence at Clark with posters, panels, and interactive media exhibits presented by Clarkies from across campus! Events all afternoon at several locations — be […]