How is it possible to consider the world a moral community when there is so much disagreement about the nature of morality? Kwame Anthony Appiah, "The Ethicist" for New York Times Magazine, discusses a new approach to living a moral life in the modern age.
“Omar Sosa’s 88 Well-Tuned Drums,” is a new feature-length documentary on the life and music of Cuban-born pianist and composer, Omar Sosa. This screening will be followed with a Q&A session with filmmaker and Clark Professo Soren Sorensen and Sosa as well as Senegalese kora master Seckou Keita, and manager Scott Price.
A unique fusion, SUBA is a collaboration of Cuban-born jazz piano virtuoso Omar Sosa and Senegalese kora (21-string harp lute) master Seckou Keita that brilliantly embraces jazz, Latin and African influences, and reflects the close and compassionate listening of artists engaged in a captivating musical conversation.
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.
In this virtual lecture, Professor Ursula Heise (UCLA) will explore recent climate change narratives from different parts of the world – including North America, South America, and South East Asia – and the ways in which they negotiate the tension between large-scale disasters and the new normalcy of everyday life under conditions of climate change.
The Higgins School is excited to invite Clark faculty to a planning session for a new faculty research collaborative around the topic “Alternative Futures.” Curious what this will be? We are too! The idea emerged from faculty discussions last semester, and a core group of faculty will be meeting to help define the group and […]