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Summer 2021 Special Events

A Celebration of Community: Black Poetry and Power

Saturday, May 22 (10 am–1 pm)

Spring 2021 Special Events

 

The Fragility of Democracy

Thursday, January 21 (5:00-6:30 pm)

 

Cultural PostMortem 2020

Wednesday, January 27 (5:30-7 pm)

 

Alone Again in Fukushima: A Documentary Screening and Conversation

Thursday, February 4 (7-8 pm)

 

The 2021 E. Maynard Adams Symposium for the Humanities: What Should the Work Ethic Mean in a Twenty-First Century Capitalist Society?

Friday, April 16 (5:30–7 pm) and Saturday, April 17 (9 am–12:30 pm)

 

 

 

Past Special Events

Food Security in North Carolina Today: What’s Happening and What Can We Do About It? – April 8 @ 5:00 pm | Via Zoom

Talkin’ Humanities – The Revolution Is Under Way Already by Rebecca Spang – April 15 @ 5:00pm *SOLD OUT*

Restaurant Culture in a Post-Pandemic World – April 29 @ 5:00pm – Register here

Talkin’ Humanities – What Can the Humanities Do in a Crisis by Agnes Callard – May 5 @ 5:00pm

Talkin’ Humanities – What Can the Humanities Do in a Crisis by Agnes Callard – May 19 @ 5:00pm

History Repeats Itself: Ahmaud Arbery & Racism in 2020 – May 21 @ 4:00pm

Cities in Crisis – June 4 @ 6pm – Register here

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