1520 and the Slave Trade to the Americas ♥

Topic 1520 and the Slave Trade to the Americas  Description Perhaps one of the most surprising aspects of the 1619 commemorations is that few people realize that the earliest known slaving voyages to sail directly from Africa to the Americas actually landed in the United States 500 years ago. The ship Santa María de la [...]

1520 and the Slave Trade to the Americas ♥2020-09-28T10:04:17-07:00

Everyday Boundaries: A Panel Discussion on Borderlands Art ♥

Topic Everyday Boundaries: A Panel Discussion on Borderlands Art Description Join us for a live webinar discussion panel on the theories of borderlands art chaired by Dr. Ana Rosas and Dr. Rachel O’Toole with Dr. Mael Vizcarra, Amy Sanchez-Arteaga (MFA), and Dr. Misael Diaz. As artists making art on the border, these scholars prompt us [...]

Everyday Boundaries: A Panel Discussion on Borderlands Art ♥2020-09-28T09:58:44-07:00

Encountering Oceans Explorations of Space, Time, and the Human ♥

Encountering Oceans Explorations of Space, Time, and the Human Oct. 1, 2020 5:00-6:00 p.m. The Humanities Center is launching a new Conversations That Matter series for 2020-2021 that focuses on Oceans. These vast bodies of water provoke the human imagination, arouse emotions of fear and nostalgia, and are sites of pleasure, contemplation, heroism, and death. Join [...]

Encountering Oceans Explorations of Space, Time, and the Human ♥2020-10-01T08:31:54-07:00
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