Lectures (October 3 through October 10)
Wednesday, October 3
- 2:00 PM Pharmacology Department Fall 2018 Seminar Series_ James Duncan, Ph.D.
- 5:00 PM Why We Matter and Why We Are: The Value and Ontology of Persons
- IPR- Marya Schectman
- Why We Matter and Why We Are: The Value and Ontology of Persons
- 5:30 PM Tertulia: The Junior Faculty Colloquium
- 6:00 PM Babylon Berlin: A Reading & Conversation with Volker Kutscher
Thursday, October 4
- 4:00 PM Victoria Barnett Lecture: Rereading Bonhoeffer in History
- BU Ethics Seminar: Gerald Vong
- Prof. Martin Revermann: "Translators' Prefaces"
- 5:30 PM Linguistics Colloquium: Context-sensitivity and count nouns: the view from child language
- Linguistics Colloquium: Context-Sensitivity and Count Nouns: The View From Child Language
- 6:00 PM Haiti’s Baron de Vastey and the Black Atlantic
- Haiti's Baron de Vastey and the Black Atlantic
Friday, October 5
- 12:00 PM Colloquium: Destabilizing Encounters: New Historical Research on Religious Minorities during the Holocaust
- 12:45 PM Air Quality Data to Action: Case Studies and Strategies from New York City and C40 Cities
- 3:00 PM CISE Seminar: Alexander Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
- 4:00 PM HumaniTeas with Sasha Nikolaev
- 6:00 PM Iván Acosta: With a Cuban Song in the Heart (Author Reading and Book Signing with Live Jazz Music)
Sunday, October 7
Tuesday, October 9
- 12:15 PM Walter Rodney Lecture Series: Nancy Jacobs, "Washington Okumu and the Miracle of South Africa's 1994 Elections”
Wednesday, October 10
- 12:00 PM PHX Webinar: Why should we care about urban hospital closings?
- 2:00 PM Pharmacology Department, in conjunction with Graduate Program for Neuroscience, presents Dr. Susan Amara for Sterling Drug Seminar Series
- 4:00 PM Fall Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Janet Fulk Presents "Lessons from Pelicans: Multilevel Theorizing for the Expertise Economy"