Spring 2010 Lecture Series

Jan. 18th, 1pm

Boston University Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration with Joseph Sebarenzi

Followed immediately by the Haitian Cultural Festival, an event in support of Partners in Health and relief efforts in Haiti

Jan. 20th, 7pm

Student Discovery Seminar on the U.S. Civil Rights Movement
Led by Julia Rabig, Visiting Assistant Professor in African American Studies at Boston University

Jan. 27th, 4pm

Dark Days, Bright Nights: From Black Power to Barack Obama
A lecture by Peniel Joseph, Professor of History at Tufts University

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Feb. 23rd, 4pm

Remix the King: Dreaming of Justice with Freestyle and Twitter on My Mind
A lecture by Dean Kenneth Elmore, Boston University
A Black History Month Celebration

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Feb. 24th, 4pm

Black Europe: Exploring Dimensions of Citizenship, Race, and Ethnic Relations
Led by Allison Blakely and Andrea Mosterman

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Mar. 2nd, 4pm

Obama and the Racial Divide
A lecture by Lawrence Bobo, Professor of Sociology at Harvard University

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Mar. 23rd, 6pm

Painting Harlem Modern: The Art of Jacob Lawrence
A Lecture by Pat Hills, Professor of Art History at Boston University

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Mar. 30th, 4pm

Company One/ Boston University Performance Night
Performances by BU student groups and OrigiNation in celebration of Company One’s upcoming performance “The Emancipation of Mandy and Miz Ellie”

Apr. 6th, 4pm

“We’re Movin’ on Up!” Afro-Pentecostal Schools as Mechanisms of African American Social Mobility
A lecture by Anjulet Tucker, Professor of Religion at Boston University

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Apr. 21st, 4pm

Posing Beauty
A lecture by Deborah Willis, Professor at Tisch at NYU

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Apr. 27th, 4pm

The Great Migration:
The Untold Story of the Twentieth Century
A lecture by Isabel Wilkerson, Professor of Journalism at Boston University

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May 7th, 8pm

BU Student Night at the Theater
A Boston University sponsored trip to see Company One’s performance of “The Emancipation of Mandy and Miz Ellie”