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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College of Liberal Arts in the Fall

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
2/6/19 Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors" by Dr. Carolyn Finney Lecture Hall 238 5:00PM - 7:00PM
2/11/19

CANCELLED

"Finding Matilda: The Anne Frank of Lithuania" by Professor Richard Freund

Liberal Arts Room 2315 3:30PM - 4:45PM
2/11/19

CANCELLED

"The Good Nazi" by Professor Richard Freund 

Liberal Arts Room 4310 6:00PM
2/12/19 "Diversity Awareness Workshop-Focus on Autism. 2019 Theme: Communication: Challenges and Strategies" West Village Commons Ballrooms B & C 3:00PM-5:00PM
2/12/19 "A Peggy Meyerhoff Pearlstone Professorship Program: The Archeology of the Holocaust" by Professor Richard Freund Liberal Arts Room 4310 5:45PM - 6:45PM
2/19/19 Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer "Scientists and the Ethics of Cold War Weapons Research" by Dr. Sarah Bridger Liberal Arts Room 4310 5:00PM
2/21/19 Edward V. Badolato Distinguished Speaker Series: "Human Rights and Homeland Security" by Quasim Rashid Liberal Arts Room 4110 4:00PM
2/26/19 "Making a World of Words: Poets Robert Creeley and Bernadette Mayer" by Dr. Peter Baker Liberal Arts Room 2317 4:00PM - 5:00PM
2/27/19 Towson Literary Reading Series: Jane DeLury and Don Lee Liberal Arts Room 3150 6:00PM
2/28/19 "Democracy and Human Rights in Africa" by Ambassador Michael Ranneberger Liberal Arts Room 4110 5:00PM - 6:15PM
3/5/19 "The Conversion of Ethiopia to Christinanity: Reading Hagiography in Light of the Linguistic Town" by Dr. Aaron Butts Liberal Arts Room 4310 5:00PM
3/7/19 Making Sense in America Series: "The Curatorial Commons of Ladyfest" by Dr. E.A. Stinson Liberal Arts Room 4310  
3/12/19 Dr. Jack Fruchtman Lecture Hall 238 7:00PM
3/25/19 - 3/29/19 Carlo Levi's Disegni della cecita: An anthology of the drawings completed by the artist in 1973 during a time of temporary blindness Liberal Arts Fourth Floor 10:00AM - 4:00PM
3/28/19 Ian Moore Memorial Lecture: "A Tale of the Two Moral Cities: Embodied Moral Psychology and The Affective Turn" by Dr. Bongrae Seok Liberal Arts Room 4310 6:00PM
3/28/19 "Footsteps of my Father" by Stanlee Stahl Liberal Arts Room 2110 5:15PM - 7:15PM
4/3/19 Towson Literary Series: "Mouths Don't Speak" by Katia D. Ulysse Liberal Arts Room 3150 6:00PM
4/3/19 Sabbatical Talk: "Garifuna Language Retention Through Story and Song" by Lea Ramsdell Liberal Arts Room 4150 3:30PM
4/4/19 Never Give Up: Yasui and the Fight for.. Liberal Arts Room 4310  
4/4/19 CLA Film Festival - FORL Liberal Arts Room 4310  
4/9/19 "The Last Laugh" Intro & Back Talk by Ferne Pearstein Liberal Arts Room 4110 6:00PM
4/9/19 "Ataranjuat: The Fast Runner" Liberal Arts Room 4310 6:30PM
4/10/19 Martha A. Mitten Professorship Program: "Refusing to Sink" by Professor Mina Karavanta Liberal Arts Room 4310 5:00PM
4/12/19 CLA All Faculty Meeting Liberal Arts Room 4310 2:30PM
4/16/19 "Saworoide"  Liberal Arts Room 4310 6:30PM
4/23/19 "Ixcanul" Liberal Arts Room 4310 6:30PM
4/23/19 Dr. Andrew Donald The Deaf Dentist TBA 7:00PM
4/24/19 Towson Literary Series: Beth Ann Fennelly and Joseph Capista Liberal Arts Room 3150 6:00PM
4/29/19 Unearthing Memory: A Conversation with Joan Pinyol Liberal Arts Room 4310 7:00PM - 8:30PM
4/30/19 "7 Boxes" Liberal Arts Room 4310 6:30PM
4/30/19 The John Gissendanner Memorial Lecture "Trigger Warnings: "African American Novels and Racial Trauma" by Dolen Perkins-Valdez Lectural Hall 238 6:30PM
5/1/2019 The Merger of Baltimore Hebrew University w/ Towson University: Three Leadership Models Converge by Dr. Hana Bor Liberal Arts Room 4110 8:00AM - 9:30AM
5/1/2019 Roundtable Discussion: "Notre Dame of Paris" with Professors Rita Costa-Gomes, Nicole Dombrowski, and Laura Mason Liberal Arts Room 4310 4:00PM - 5:00PM
5/7/2019 Hirschmann-McWilliams Lecture in Asian Studies: "Seeking Balance on China: Is China Strong, Weak, or Both?" by Dr. Steve Phillips" Liberal Arts Room 3310 7:00PM
5/31/2019 9th Baltimore Immigration Summit Coppin State University 8:30AM - 4:30PM