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Black Pop-up Market

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

Our second annual series of Black Pop-up Markets will support local black businesses, entrepreneurs, and creatives.

Sponsored by: School of Professional Studies
Recurring

Black Pop-up Market

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

Our second annual series of Black Pop-up Markets will support local black businesses, entrepreneurs, and creatives.

Sponsored by: School of Professional Studies

Teaching with AI in the Humanities: Talking About Practice

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

Join the Higgins School for a gathering of humanists eager to share insights, challenges, and triumphs in harnessing AI tools for teaching. This event is open only to faculty at Clark University in Worcester, MA.

PLAYED: How Music Orchestrates Thick Violence Against Black Girls on the Internet

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

Dr. Kyra Gaunt from the University at Albany, SUNY opens the Higgins School's spring 2024 symposium on Movement, revealing the obscured musical contributions of Black girls who twerk while also exposing how music perpetuates patriarchal violence.

First-Gen Panel

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

Join us for a student-led panel of first-gen Clarkies.

Sponsored by: Office for Identity, Student Engagement, and Access

Nuoc (Water) 2030: A Film Screening and Talk-Back with Director Minh Nguyen-Vo

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

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.

Sponsored by: Environmental Humanities Research Collaborative through the Higgins School of Humanities

Kant’s Cosmopolitanism and the Idea of Race

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

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.

Beyond Apocalypse: Imagining Climate Futures

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

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.

Alternative Futures Faculty Research Collaborative – Planning Meeting

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

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 […]