A poetry reading by Simon Armitage
Commemorating Loss, Violence, and Catastrophe in Contemporary Public Art
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Poetry reading and conversation by contemporary writers.
Out of Rubble is a project that reacts to the wake of war, both its realities and its representations.
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Unlike most American wars, the Vietnam War never really ended. It is being re-fought in scholarly works, at college reunions, in family living rooms, and among veterans. Aside from the Civil War... View >
"New Korea Cinema: Mourning to Regeneration"View >
Learn about how to choose a potential story from Robin Clarke and Margaret J. KraussView >
Our Struggles are not the same, but they converge: Farmworkers, allies, and the fair food movement.View >
Senior Instructor in the Political Science Dept. at University of Colorodo Denver James Walsh will talk about using theatre to break down traditional rituals and methods of higher education. He... View >
Kathleen George talks about her book A Measure of Blood and its Pittsburgh Setting.View >
Speaker Justin Adkin from Williams College talks about the basic facts regarding Trans*, how communities and schools can support Trans* rights, and answer a host of questions regarding the T in... View >
Intended for faculty, TA's/TF's, and future instructors, Transgender Consultant Justin Adkins conducts a professional workshop with practical tools to engage trans* studenents in order to create a... View >
Pitt Distinguished Professor Lucy Fischer will consider how issues of architecture, design, and the urban intersect in films centered on engaging the city of Barcelona, Spain as part of their mise... View >
Filmmaker-scholar Robert Cliff presents samples from his films and discusses documentary as a mode of critical practice.View >