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Geography Speaker: Jennifer Taylor, The Brooklyn Strategist

via Zoom

Building worker’s power: Workers united at Brooklyn Strategist  Jennifer Taylor is a worker-organizer at the board game cafe Brooklyn Strategist. In late 2023, workers at Brooklyn Strategist joined those at […]


Video Exhibition: ‘Applied Motion Studies: Artists and Scientists Consider Movement’

Higgins Lounge, 2nd Floor, Dana Commons Clark University

Applied Motion Studies: Artists and Scientists Consider Movement features a diverse array of short films that blend artists’ creative visions with scientists’ analytical perspectives. The exhibition is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 9:30 to 3:30 p.m. through May 20.

Sponsored by: Higgins School of Humanities

Geography Speaker: Adam Kader, Arise Chicago Worker Center

via Zoom

Building Worker's Power: Workers' Centers and the Future of the Labor Movement Arise Chicago partners with workers and faith communities to fight workplace injustice through education, organizing, and advocating for […]

Teaching with AI in the Humanities: Talking About Practice

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester, MA, United States

Join the Higgins School for a gathering of humanists eager to share insights, challenges, and triumphs in harnessing AI tools for teaching. This event is open only to faculty at Clark University in Worcester, MA.

Geography Colloquium: Andrea Marston, Rutgers University

Jefferson 218

Subterranean Matters: Cooperative Mining and Resource Nationalism in Plurinational Bolivia In an era of increased state involvement in natural resource governance, members of Bolivia’s “mining cooperatives” are commonly described as […]

Geography Speaker: Wiranta Ginting, Asia Floor Wage Alliance

via Zoom

Building Worker's Power: Asia Floor Wage Alliance Wiranta Ginting is an organizer and labor rights educator, who has worked with trade unions, small grassroots NGOs and worker-led organizing programs in […]

Celebrate Movement with Dance Workshops

Little Center, room 202 (dance studio)

The Visual and Performing Arts Department and the Higgins School of Humanities present a week of dance workshops — ballet, hip hop, and flexn — as part of the Higgins Spring 2024 symposium, “Movement.”

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Alumni & Friends Virtual Book Club: Black History Month


Join members of the Clark Black Alumni Association (CBAA) at a Virtual Book Club on Thursday, February 8, as we celebrate Black History Month! Clark's University Librarian, Laura Robinson, will lead us through a discussion about the book “Kindred” by Octavia Butler.

PLAYED: How Music Orchestrates Thick Violence Against Black Girls on the Internet

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester, MA, United States

Dr. Kyra Gaunt from the University at Albany, SUNY opens the Higgins School's spring 2024 symposium on Movement, revealing the obscured musical contributions of Black girls who twerk while also exposing how music perpetuates patriarchal violence.

Geography Colloquium: Loretta Lees, Boston University

Jefferson 218

Defensible Space on the Move: Mobilisation in English Housing Policy and Practice In this talk, Professor Lees will discuss Defensible Space on the Move: Mobilisation in English Housing Policy and […]

A Conversation with Curtis Chin

Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons

A conversation with Curtis Chin, the author of the best-selling “Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant,” will be followed by an audience Q&A and reception.

Sponsored by: Dean of the College