Join the Higgins School of Humanities at Clark University for a screening of NUOC (Water) 2030 and a talk-back with the film's writer and director, Minh Nguyen-Vo. Stephen Levin, Associate Professor of English at Clark, will moderate the discussion.
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 […]
Calling all Clark University arts and humanities faculty! Bring one of your syllabi as well as your stories of teaching successes and challenges to share, and join us for an open-ended and collegial conversation about teaching strategies and experiences. Lunch will be provided. Reply requested at the link below: RSVP: Arts & Humanities Faculty Pedagogy […]
The Fall 2022 Symposium on the Environmental Humanities, “Animal Affects, Absences, and Planetary Politics,” will feature three leading climate change scholars.
Our series Nourishing Teaching, Learning & Research in the Arts & Humanities continues! These discussions will provide an opportunity for Clark faculty, staff, and students to engage in conversation around the strategic priorities of the Higgins School in partnership with the University’s strategic framework team. This event is open only to the Clark community; please register at the […]
In 1748, Benjamin Franklin reprinted an introductory arithmetic book from England with his own significant reworking and additions. One of the supplements to The American Instructor, which Franklin described as “better adapted to these American Colonies,” was a medical handbook that included a recipe for abortion. Today, we may not see the combination of abortifacients […]