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
9/18/18 IDIS Global Challenges Lecture Series: "When Rights Ring Hollow: Racism and Anti-Racism Strategies in the Americas" Liberal Arts Room 4310 3:30PM
9/20/18 "Composing Identities: How Experiences of Writing Shape Perceptions of Agency" by Dr. Bronwyn Williams Liberal Arts Room 2110 3:30PM
9/20/18 IDIS Global Challenges Lecture Series: Book Talk: The indigenous State: Race, Politics and Performance in Contemporary Bolivia by Nancy Postero Liberal Arts Room 4310 4:00PM
9/26/18 Towson Literary Series: Dr. John McLucas Liberal Arts Room 3150 6:00PM
10/3/18 IDIS Global Challenges Lecture Series: "Reflections on Intercultural Ecuador" by John Stolle-McAllister Liberal Arts Room 4310 4:00PM
10/10/18 Multiculturalism in Action Brown Bag Series: English proficiency: The "primary concern" of culturally & linguistically diverse nursing students? by Dr. Jennifer Mott-Smith Liberal Arts Room 3150 12:00PM - 1:15PM
10/10/18 Studying the White House: The View from the Press Room Basement South Campus Pavilion 2:00PM - 3:00PM
10/10/18 Ancient Mediterranean Studies Lecture: "Blood, Flowers, and Frescoes: Coming of Age in Early Greece" by Dr. Emily Anderson Liberal Arts Room 4310 5:00PM
10/13/18 CLA Alumni Appreciation Football Event! Register Here! Unitas Stadium; Dunn Terrace 3:00PM
10/16/18 Eric A. Belgrad Speaker Series: "Titanium in the Arctic: The Geopolitics of Artic Sovereignty Claims" by Jeremy Tasch Liberal Arts Room 4310 6:00PM - 8:00PM
10/18/18 IDIS Global Challenges Lecture Series: "Reflections on Extractive Industries and Indigenous Politics in Contemporary Ecuador" by Emily Billo Liberal Arts Room 4310 4:00PM
10/18/18 IDIS Presents: Kombilesa Mi Performance and Drumming Exchange West Village Commons Ballroom A 8:00PM
10/24/18 Geography by Another Name: "Using Geography for a Global Education" by Dr. Todd Kenreich Liberal Arts Room 4310 3:30PM
10/25/18 Battlefields and Homefronts: World War I and Modern Life: "Uncle Sam Wants You: Centennial Legacies of the First World War" by Dr. Christopher Capozzola Liberal Arts Room 4310 5:00PM
10/25/18 Towson Literary Series: by Jenny Xie Liberal Arts Room 3150 6:00PM
10/31/18 Geography by Another Name: "Traditional Star and Wave Navigation in the Pacific" by Doug Herman Liberal Arts Room 4310 3:30PM
11/5/18 "Moving Beyond Chrismukkah: How We Thnk About Christian-Jewish Interfaith Families" by Samira Mehta Liberal Arts Room 4110 5:00PM
11/7/18 Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer: "The "Immigration Problem," 1917 and 2017" by Catherine Benton-Cohen Liberal Arts Room 4310 3:30PM - 4:30PM
11/8/18 Baltimore Hebrew Institute Program: "Jerusalem, Drawn and Quartered" by Sarah Tuttle-Singer Liberal Arts Room 4110 7:00PM
11/10/18 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Winner: Leymah Gbowee Lecture Hall 238 7:00PM - 8:15PM
11/14/18 Geography by Another Name: "The Geographic Imaginaries of Colonists and Residents of Montserrat Through a 17th Century Map" by Dr. Christian Koot Liberal Arts Room 4310 3:30PM
11/14/18 Towson Literary Reading Series by Eric Puchner Liberal Arts Room 3150 6:00PM
11/15/18 Wing-Chun Wong Lecture: "Machine Intelligence and the Capacity for Insight" by Dr. Marta Halina Liberal Arts Room 4310 7:00PM
11/16/18 Foreign Languages Day Liberal Arts Cafe, 4th Floor 2:00PM - 3:30PM