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Jeff Chang: We Gon’ Be Alright
Critically acclaimed cultural leader and author Jeff Chang will be on campus for a book signing & a conversation about race, culture and politics. Jeff’s newest book We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation takes a wide-ranging look at the recent tragedies and widespread...
International Karaoke Night
Sing in your own language, share your culture and explore pop music from other countries! Registration will open up two weeks before the event.
Old Massachusetts Town: Plymouth (Where America Began)
This will be the first town of a series of towns where we will explore Massachusetts, its history, its food, and its culture. Registration will open two weeks before the event.
Boston Latinx Student Symposium
The Boston Latinx Student Symposium (BLSS) is a brand new annual event catering to the young latinx students of Boston. Our goal is to give latinx students from a variety of Boston Universities the chance to advance their culture, diagnosis...
A Taste of Latin America
Join us for an opportunity to explore Latin American history through food, and see the different spices, tastes, and combinations that made Latin America a world hub of gourmet cuisine as a result of a variety of ingredients, cultures, and...
A Chinese Film Screening and Tea Ceremony
Join OGS and NUCSSA for a screening of a Chinese film (with English subtitles) and enjoy an introduction to the Chinese tea culture. Tea will be set up during the screening for you to enjoy!
MacArthur Fellow, Poet & Playwright Claudia Rankine
Join us for an evening with 2016 MacArthur Genius, Claudia Rankine is widely considered to be one of our finest living poets and certainly its most prominent and politically engaged, creating an audience for poetry far beyond its conventional readership (her...
Teaching Gender, Race, and Citizenship in the Time of Trump
The rhetoric of Donald Trump and his supporters draws sharp divisions between included and excluded subjects based on features of identity that are central analytic categories for many of us in our teaching and research: gender, race, citizen status, and...
Myra Kraft Open Classroom Series: “The Future of Food”
In our last session in the series, we explore what comes next, or at least what problems we need to think about, with respect to a food system that, for most of us in affluent societies at least, gives us...
Myra Kraft Open Classroom Series: “Issues in Global Food Security”
Welcome to Week 4 of the Myra Kraft Open Classroom for Spring 2017. We shift our attention momentarily from the more local and regional to the global – how do we adequately feed all the people of the world today,...
Cultural Appropriations, Indigenous Social Media & Responding to Racism
Join us for a public lecture with Dr. Adrienne Keene, a Native scholar, writer, Blogger and activist. She is passionate about refraining how the world sees contemporary Native cultures. Dr. Keene is the Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow affiliated with the Department...
Work Success For Northeastern University Students And Graduates With Disabilities
RICHARD W. CURTIS, Vice President, State Street Corporation Some topics include: What can the employer do to empower success of the employee? What should employees do to enable their own success? What corporate cultures and organizational structures empower college-educated persons...