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Wilson Rare Book Room Open House

Goddard Library Rare Books Room

To celebrate National Library Week, Goddard Library will host an open house in the Wilson Rare Book Room.  On display will be examples of Illuminated Manuscripts and Early Print Books from the Jonas G. Clark Collection.

Harrington Public Affairs Lecture: Organizing as a Political Phenomenon

Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center

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.

Sponsored by: Department of Political Science

Teaching During Wartime

ASEC 202

Join the School of Professional Studies and the International Center for a presentation with Svitlana Ustychenko, The Director of the Language Center at Cherkasy State Business College in Ukraine.

Alumni University: Faculty Presentations

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.

Sponsored by: Alumni and Friends Engagement

Company One Theatre and the CBAA Present: “The Boy Who Kissed the Sky”

Strand Theatre

Join the Clark Black Alumni Association (CBAA) and Company One Theatre (founded by six Clarkies) at the Strand Theatre in Boston for a reception and performance of “The Boy Who Kissed the Sky,” directed by Summer L. Williams ’01, M.A.Ed. ’02. The play is inspired by the early life and influences of musical icon Jimi Hendrix.

A Conversation with Judge Margaret R. Guzman ’89

Grace Conference Room, Higgins University Center

The Honorable Margaret Guzman ’89, the first Hispanic judge to serve on the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts, will visit Clark for a conversation about careers in law.