Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

CLACS launches 2021-2022 Faculty Lecture Series

October 4, 2021

Talks by Jill Kuhnheim, Dixa Ramirez and Adrian Hernandez

CLACS is delighted to announce that it will host a CLACS Faculty Lecture Series during the 2021-2022 academic year.

The series will feature members of our CLACS Affiliated Faculty.

The series begins on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 with a talk by Jill S. Kuhnheim, a Visiting Professor in Hispanic Studies at Brown, titled "Questions about Transdisciplinary Pedagogy: Ideas and Practices."

On Thursday, October 21, Adrián Emmanuel Hernández-Acosta of the Department of Hispanic Studies and Cogut Institute will give a talk titled "Introducing a Mortuary Poetics: Mourning, Caribbean Literature, and African Diaspora Religions."

Finally, Associate Professor of American Studies and English Dixa Ramírez D'Oleo speak about "Indolence, Insolence, and Blackness in the Hills" on Monday, November 8 at noon.

We have several other talks by visiting faculty scheduled for this semester as part of our Mellon Sawyer Seminar. Be sure to check out our complete Events list here

Please note that all of this semester's events will be virtual. Registration information is provided in each event listing. We look forward to seeing you soon!