Thursday, March 13, 5 pmPanel Discussion: The Long Civil Rights Movement: Struggles Past and Present Panelists: William Jelani Cobb (Associate Professor of History and Director, Institute for African American Studies); Evelyn Simien (Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Institute for African American Studies); Douglas M. Spencer (Associate Professor of Law and Public Policy and Roger S. Baldwin Scholar) Moderator: Michael Orwicz (Art+Art History)Tuesday, March 25, 12:30 pmGallery Talk in Spanish with Carlos Gardeazábal Bravo, Ph.D. Candidate, UConn Carlos Gardeazábal Bravo is a Ph.D. student in the Spanish Studies program in the Department of Literatures, Cultures and Languages in the University of Connecticut. His research interests fall in the areas of Contemporary Latin American Literature, Human Rights and Critical Theory. His dissertation project focuses on human rights, violence, and empathy in the work of Rodrigo Rey Rosa, Evelio Rosero, and Horacio Castellanos Moya.All Events »
Saturday & Sunday 1–4:30
Saturday & Sunday 1–4
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