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Past Events

Workshop: Further Adventures in Digital Humanities Research Techniques

Clark University Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design - Mac Lab 404 950 Main Street, Worcester

Join the Higgins School of Humanities and the Interdisciplinary Program in Data Science at Clark University for a digital humanities workshop that introduces textual analysis, mining, and visualization; and databases, including concepts such as structured data, SQL, and exploring data.


Undergraduate Shakespeare Conference and Lecture

  Please join us for the 18th Undergraduate Shakespeare Conference, to be held on the campus of Clark University on April 27! The one-day conference features new and exciting work […]

Between Ruin and Rebellion: Everyday Sovereignties in Okinawa’s Black District

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

Nozomi Nakaganeku Saito, an Uchinanchu scholar and postdoctoral fellow/visiting assistant professor in English at Amherst College, will examine these stories and the relationship between place and narrative to highlight the practice of everyday sovereignties in Okinawa’s Black District during a lecture for the Higgins School of Humanities on Monday, April 8 at 4:30pm ET in the Higgins Lounge at Dana Commons on the Clark University campus.