Jameliah Inga Shorter-Bourhanou (College of the Holy Cross) examines Kant’s discussion of enslavement and colonialism in his essay, “Toward Perpetual Peace” (1795). Clark University's Cara Berg Powers offers commentary.
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Dr. Alex Gil Fuentes (Yale University) and Dr. Eduard Arriaga-Arango (Clark University) will present a Clark faculty and staff workshop exploring Digital Humanities (DH) from a minimal computing perspective.
Join the Alumni & Friends Book Club on Thursday, March 23, as we honor Women's History Month. Clark's University Librarian, Laura Robinson, will lead us through a discussion about the book Women Warriors: An Unexpected History by Pamela D. Toler. “The woman warrior is always cast as an anomaly—Joan of Arc, not GI Jane. But women, […]
How do we make sense of the politics of such a diverse and changing demographic as the Latine voters?
A virtual discussion on the process, challenges and goals of implementing a Collaborative Online International Learning course.
During Arab American Heritage Month, students in ARAB 102 – Elementary Arabic II will showcase their Arabic language skills and knowledge of Arab cultures in an exhibit on display at the library.
Dr. Deva Woodley will discuss organizing, which is a distinctly political activity, one that fosters the capacity for political actors to recognize themselves as political subjects.
Join fellow alumni back in the classroom to hear esteemed Clark Faculty present on their research projects at one of these two concurrent faculty talks.