All lectures are at 7:30 PM in O'Donnell Hall of the Whitlock Building.
All events are free and open to the public.
“The Transformation of Higher Education: The New Economics of College and their Consequences”
Sylvester James Gates, Jr.
“Einstein v. Roberts: Does Diversity Matter in Science?”
Keynote Address for Celebration of Science Week
“An American DREAMer: from Undocumented to Wall Street to Immigration Advocacy”
Hispanic Heritage Month Keynote Address
“Hillbilly*, the Documentary: 100 Years of Appalachia in TV and Film.”
Filmmaker Sally Rubin presents scenes from a work-in-progress.
Appalachian Heritage Festival Special Event
“The Transformation of the Ancient Greeks and the Making of Philosophy”
Ron Messerich Distinguished Lecture in Philosophy and Religion
“Transformation through Story: The Power of Narrative in Developing Critical Consciousness”
Special Even for ADA Awareness Month
“Mayan Transformations: Historical Fact and Creative Fiction”
Native American Heritage Month Keynote Address
“Transformation and Conservation: Climate Change and the Southern Landscape”
Bruce MacLaren Distinguished Lecture
|Jan. 22 -
Chautauqua National Juried Art Exhibition
A juried exhibition on the theme, “Transformations”
Fred Parker Giles Gallery, Campbell Building
Opening Reception, January 25, 2017 from 5-7 pm.
Exhibition runs from Jan 22 – Feb 16.
“Rapid Evolution: How to Tame a Fox and Build a Dog”
Joycelyn A. Wilson
“The Outkast Imagination: Hip Hop Education and Transformative Pedagogy.”
Black History Month Keynote Address
“Literacy in the Digital Age: Transformations of the Reading Brain”
"Money Movers: Ethnography of Desire in Gray Economies in Southeast Asia"
Combined Women’s History and Asian Studies Keynote Address
“Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy”
“Censorship and Literary Transformation: Bourbon France, British India and Communist East Germany”
Distinguished Lecture in International Studies