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American Politics 101

Jefferson 320

Join the American Language and Culture Institute (ALCI) to learn more about American politics!

Faculty Conversation on First-Year Common Read

Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons

An interdisciplinary panel of Clark faculty will discuss “Parable of the Sower: A Graphic Novel Adaptation,” the common text in this semester’s Common Academic Experience for first-year students.

Discovering Photographs Through the Allure of Sound, Talk by Photographer David Krooshof

Room 100-101, Traina Center for the Arts

David Krooshof studied Sociology at the Radboud University Nijmegen and Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Netherlands. Employed for twenty-three years now at the Academy for Theatre and Dance in Amsterdam, David is an instructor, tech director, composer, musician and mentor. Parallel to his duties at the academy, Krooshof is also an accomplished […]

Between the Lines: A Conversation with Professor Rox Samer

Between the Lines: A Clark Author Series A Conversation with Professor Rox Samer Clark University's Dr. Rox Samer will discuss their recent book, Lesbian Potentiality and Feminist Media in the 1970s (Duke University Press, 2022) 19 October 2022, 7-8pm EST. This event will be held via Zoom. Join the conversation at https://clarku.zoom.us/j/92093612177?pwd=OG1mRTE5c3I5SEFwVHBCLzVyaVdoUT09 About the Author: Dr. […]

Queer Comedy Presents: The Lesbian Avengers and the Possibilities of Queer Feminist Humor

Join us for a talk with Kirsten Leng, Associate Professor of Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies at University of Massachusetts Amherst. This event is Sponsored by the Higgins School of Humanities; Screen Studies; Media, Culture, and the Arts; Women’s and Gender Studies; and the Department of English. Streamed live: https://clarku.zoom.us/j/99772453866 Webinar ID: 997 7245 3866   […]

Documentary Screening: ClayDream

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester, MA

Join us for a screening of filmmaker Marq Evans’s newest documentary, “ClayDream,” immediately followed by a discussion with Evans.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts