Events

Through regular annual events, as well as through special programs and talks, the College of Liberal Arts provides opportunities for students to engage with a range of speakers and experiences that both enhance and extend the work of courses. 

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Students are encouraged to choose some of these programs each semester to engage a public issue, to expand their knowledge of the world and its complexities, to learn something of another culture, or perhaps to enjoy an excellent film with a vision distinct from their own. All members of the campus community, alumni, and the public are welcome at nearly all CLA events without charge.

Schedule of Events

DATE EVENT LOCATION TIME
02/03/2020 Brazilian Film Series: Vazante Liberal Arts Room 4110 6:30pm
02/11/2020 Richard Bell Book Talk, "Stolen: Five Free Boys Kidnapped into Slavery and Their Astonishing Odyssey Home" Liberal Arts Room 4310 4:00pm
02/12/2020 Multicultural Brown Bag Series Liberal Arts Room 4150 11:30am
02/26/2020 Ben Zajicek Sabbatical Talk: "On the Registry: Psychiatric surveillance and the construction of communism in Krushchev's Soviet Union" Liberal Arts Room 4110 3:30pm
03/02/2020 Brazilian Film Series: Neon Bull Liberal Arts Room 4110 6:30pm
03/04/2020 Multicultural Brown Bag Series Liberal Arts Room 4150 11:30am
03/04/2020 Towson Literary Master Class w/Michael Downs Liberal Arts Room 3316 2:00pm
03/05/2020 Babara Kirsenblatt-Gimblett Lecture: "Creating POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews Liberal Arts Room 4310 7:00pm
03/23/2020 OAH Lecture: Mabel Wilson, "Otherm Monumentalities: Building the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture Liberal Arts Room 4310 4:00pm
03/25/2020 Biennial Shoubin Lecture: Jeremy Bernstein, "Hebrew Roots, Jewish Routes" Liberal Arts Room 4110 7:00pm
04/06/2020 Brazilian Film Series: Hard Labor Liberal Arts Room 4110 6:30pm
04/22/2020 Multicultural Brown Bag Series Liberal Arts Room 4150 11:30am
05/04/2020 Brazilian Film Series: The Second Mother Liberal Arts Room 4110 6:30pm