At the close of the 1960s leading black American musicians associated with the “free jazz” scenes of New York and Chicago left for Paris. Weary of a poisoned U.S. political […]
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Calvino and the Catacoustic: An ‘Echo-logical’ Reading Let us consider Calvino’s Invisible Cities as a sound that has produced a vast number of echoes in the over 50 years since its […]
Join two promising PhD candidates in discussing excerpts of their dissertation. Questions are welcome!
The Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Jewish Studies Program presents the 15th Lavy Colloquium: Aesthetic Theories in Yiddish Nov 11. – Nov. 12. All sessions will take place at the […]
Documentary filmmakers have long endeavored to make visible and to give voice to the aspirations and struggles of workers and working communities. Featuring the work of prominent filmmaker/journalist Marcel Trillat, […]
Dr. M’bare N’gom, Dean of Morgan State University, College of Liberal Arts, presents, “Celebrating the Bicentennial: Blackness and Citizenship in Peru,” on Oct. 14 from 1-2:30 p.m. in Levering – […]
Honorable Ambassador Carlos W. Veiga, Cape Verde’s Ambassador to the United States, presents, “The African Continental Free Trade Area and CPLP Countries,” on Oct. 7 from 1-2:30 p.m. in Levering – Great Hall. Can’t attend in person? Watch live via the webcast. Part of the Portuguese Program Fall 2019 Speaker Series.
Come eat pizza, have fun, and learn more about the Portuguese Program on Oct. 23 from noon-1:30 p.m. in Levering, Great Hall. Sponsored by the JHU Portuguese Program and the […]
The copy of the Divine Comedy with the commentary by Cristoforo Landino, published in Venice by Pietro Piasi in 1491 and preserved in the House of Dante in Rome, presents […]
This presentation was inspired by recent findings in neuro-aesthetics—the study of the impact of the arts on the nervous system. Cinema has been found to have a particularly strong effect […]