RIGHT NOW! EVENTS AND LECTURE SERIES

The Right Now! Series presents lectures, workshops, and other events responding to breaking issues in public life, bringing together academic and nonacademic speakers and audiences to consider ideas and events that are of pressing importance. The Allbritton Center also often sponsors or cosponsors Other Events in areas of importance to the study of public life and civic engagement. 

As a state of emergency is set to be introduced across Ukraine, we invite you to join us for Ukraine-Russia Crisis: A Series of International Livestream Conversations with Students, Journalists & Civic Leaders in Ukraine, Friday March 4 and March 11 at noon in Fisk 201 (and remotely, via https://bit.ly/ukraineseries).

Poster advertising Ukraine-Russia Crisis Series

 

Mar 15

Strong Bodies for the Revolution: Pursuing Health and Power in the Peoples Republic of China

12:00 pm

College of East Asian Studies Gallery

An exhibition curated by faculty and students showcases common themes in a collection of propaganda posters that contribute to a larger narrative on modern health practices in China. For more information, please visit the Center for the Arts website or call 860-685-3355.

Sponsor: Center for the Arts

Mar 16

Strong Bodies for the Revolution: Pursuing Health and Power in the Peoples Republic of China

12:00 pm

College of East Asian Studies Gallery

An exhibition curated by faculty and students showcases common themes in a collection of propaganda posters that contribute to a larger narrative on modern health practices in China. For more information, please visit the Center for the Arts website or call 860-685-3355.

Sponsor: Center for the Arts

Mar 17

Strong Bodies for the Revolution: Pursuing Health and Power in the Peoples Republic of China

12:00 pm

College of East Asian Studies Gallery

An exhibition curated by faculty and students showcases common themes in a collection of propaganda posters that contribute to a larger narrative on modern health practices in China. For more information, please visit the Center for the Arts website or call 860-685-3355.

Sponsor: Center for the Arts