Elizabeth Hutchison and Premilla Nadasen explore the history of domestic worker organizing in the United States and Chile.
An audience-led panel will explore how artists and scientists use innovative technology and dance methods to uncover new ways to express human movement.
Hilan Warshaw's one-hour documentary examines the conflicting attitudes toward Jews held by the German opera composer, Richard Wagner.
Stay tuned for our Fall 2013 events featuring renowned author Zadie Smith; music festival, Gender Amplified, and our signature lineup of distinguished scholars, artists, and thought-leaders.
Join the Center for Translation Studies as distinguished scholars and translators discuss the life and work of Juan Latino, the first person of sub-Saharan African descent to publish a book of poems in a “Western” language.
Historians and scholars gather to discuss acclaimed scholar Tanika Sarkar’s latest work, which explores the relations among law, personhood, and Hindu idioms in colonial India.
This panel of language scholars will rethink the theory and practice of translation, reimagining it as the traversing of space.