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Lunchtime Lecture Series: Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park

September 24th, 2016

Lunchtime Lecture Series: Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park
Event on 2016-10-05 12:00:00
Come learn more about the National Park Service’s role as warden of historical locations. This Wednesday lunchtime lecture series spotlights several Park Service sites in greater Washington, DC that reflect significant people and places associated with African American history.
Robert T. Parker, superintendent of Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park, will evoke the life and times of the woman who risked her life on the Underground Railroad rescuing African Americans from slavery and scouted for the Union Army during the Civil War. The National Historical Park is located in Cambridge, Maryland.

at National Postal Museum
2 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Washington, United States

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Dean’s Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Scott Brooks

May 9th, 2016

Dean’s Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Scott Brooks
Event on 2016-05-31 15:00:00
Invites you to attend a Dean’s Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Scott Brooks Associate Professor Sociology       University of Missouri     Speaking on:   “What is a “Ga-roo”? Critical Race Coaching in South Philadelphia”   Unpaid, youth basketball coaches, like teachers, are important people in the lives of poor and working-class Black families in major urban cities. For many Black Philadelphia young men, basketball is something to believe in: it can improve one’s social position, access to better schools, and optimize one’s material and economic circumstances. And yet, the structure of competitive sport and its effects hurt many youth, producing feelings of mistreatment, inequity, and distrust. Coaches control the fundamental and limited resource that is needed for a player to “get known” and ascend the ranks: playing time. A player has to be given the opportunity to play and do things by their coach in order to stand out. Over the course of ten years, four of which I lived and was immersed in the environment, I conducted an ethnography, serving as a co-coach with Chuck Green in an elite summer basketball league. Chuck identifies four struggles that poor, Black, inner-city boys face in learning environments: social disinvestment, stereotyping and labeling, and misinformation. Chuck coaches in a manner that addresses these areas. A look at some of his understandings and practices illustrates how Yosso’s community cultural wealth framework might be operationalized more fully. Chuck understands, appreciates and praises the social, cultural, and emotional assets of inner-city, young Black men and uses a culturally relevant coaching pedagogy to create a learning environment that pushes young men to use their cultural tools and practices in ways that improve their potential for mobility.   Biography: Dr. Scott Brooks is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia with a joint appointment in the departments of sociology and Black studies. He is primarily an ethnographer interested in: equity, student engagement, coaching and leadership, and community based learning. He examines the influences, experiences, learning pathways and outcomes of underrepresented K-12 and college students, particularly athletes. Brooks has published in academic journals, edited volumes, and textbooks; been quoted and reviewed by the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Der Speigel, and SLAM magazine; and invited to speak on the topic of sport internationally. Additionally, Dr. Brooks has consulted the NFL, MLB, college and high school coaches and athletes; and is a senior fellow at the Wharton Sports Business Initiative and Yale Urban Ethnography Project. His book, Black Men Can’t Shoot (University of Chicago, 2009), tells the importance of exposure, networks, and opportunities towards earning an athletic scholarship. Dr. Brooks closely followed two young Black men in South Philadelphia through their high school basketball experiences and documents their community based learning in how to ascend the ranks –getting known – and their social navigation of Philadelphia’s basketball world, complicating the myth of natural athleticism and the recruiting game. He is currently working on three manuscripts: one regarding coaching, a second that investigates high school basketball since 1950, and a third project on Black campus dating.      The lecture is free and open to the public.  Light refreshments will be served.  Seating is limited.   RSVP via this site or call 951-827-1493.  

at U.C. Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, United States

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History of Art Course with Dr Colin Bailey: Great United states Art Collections (Lecture 2)

November 13th, 2015

History of Art Course with Dr Colin Bailey: Great American Art Collections (Lecture 2)
Occasion on 2015-12-03 00:00:00
Friends Only

History of Art Course with Dr Colin Bailey: Great United states Art Collections (Lecture 2)

  • Thursday, third December 2015, 10.30-12noon OR 12.30-2.00pm
  • £80 for pair of 8 lectures, Friends and guests

Academy (Scottish nationwide Gallery)

Lecture 2 of 8. £80 ticket cost includes all eight lectures. All lectures take place on Thursdays

In this number of eight lectures, Colin Bailey talks about the origin and foundation associated with great United states art collections, examining each gallery’s history and scrutinising its artistic features.

Lecture 1 (26 November)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Lecture 2 (3 December)
The Frick Collection while the Cloisters, New York

Lecture 3 (10 December)
The nationwide Gallery of Art, Washington

Lecture 4 (17 December)
The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown

Lecture 5 (14 January)
The Yale Center, Cambridge as well as the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard

Lecture 6 (21 January)
The Worcester Art Museum additionally the Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford

Lecture 7 (28 January)
The Museum of Fine Arts together with Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston

Lecture 8 (4 Febuary)
The Timken Museum, hillcrest and also the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena

This event is only open to Friends regarding the National Galleries of Scotland. Friends membership entitles you to attend exclusive events and receive free entry to all our exhibitions.

Tickets available from the Friends officeSee all activities

at Nationwide Galleries of Scotland
The Mound
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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2015 Annual Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture

August 28th, 2015

2015 Annual Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture
Occasion on 2015-10-10 08:30:00

The Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research(ICTR) invites you to definitely go to the Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture on Saturday, October 10, 2015, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in Turner Auditorium in the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore (healthcare) Campus. Continental morning meal and check-in begin at 8:30 am.

The keynote speaker is Dr. Ruha Benjamin, Assistant Professor, Princeton University and writer of People's Schience: systems and RIghts regarding Stem Cell Frontier. Unique visitor presenters consist of Dr. and Mrs. Roland Pattillo, morehouse College; Dr. John Joseph Strouse, Assistant Professor Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; and people of Lacks family members. Copies of Dr. Benjamin's book will undoubtedly be offered on the market and visitor will have a way to have their book finalized. The 2015 champions of both the Henrietta Lacks Dunbar wellness Sciences Scholarship therefore the Urban Health Institute's Henrietta Lacks Memorial Community Award will likely be established. Room is restricted. Click here to install the big event poster.

This really is a totally free community occasion open to the general public. Parking, break fast and lunch are given free of charge to attendees. Parking comes in the Washington Street Garage, 701 N. Washington Street, Baltimore 21205. Handicapped/disabled parking can be requested regarding registration form. Advance registration is necessary. Early registration is recommended as enrollment will shut ahead of the event. Space is limited.

The goal with this event is always to describe the reach and complexity, both biomedically and ethically, associated with the story of Henrietta Lacks and HeLa cells including to present some insight into yesteryear, present, and future associated with the conduct of clinical research. By honoring Mrs. Lacks and the positive international effect of HeLa cells through this lecture show, the ICTR hopes to ackowledge, thank and honor every person whom participates within the clinical research process.

For more information, see: http://ictr.johnshopkins.edu/lecture.

at Maryland Institute University of Art
Pinkard Gallery Bunting Center 1401 Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, United States

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Lecture: Cara Ober | Exhibition Juror

March 11th, 2015

Lecture: Cara Ober | Exhibition Juror
Occasion on 2015-04-16 18:30:00

Ober, this year’s juror for the Department of Art + Design’s undergraduate pupil event, shows her work extensively inside Baltimore/Washington area, and in numerous nationwide group shows. She holds an MFA in painting through the Maryland Institute university of Art.

at Towson University Center for the Arts, Art Lecture Hall, CA 2032
Towson University
Towson, United States

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Elson Lecture: John Ferling, Whirlwind: a brief history of the American Revolution

January 2nd, 2015

Elson Lecture: John Ferling, Whirlwind: a brief history associated with the American Revolution
Event on 2015-05-04 20:00:00
Whirlwind is a fast-paced and scrupulously told one-volume history of the American Revolution. Balancing social and political concerns of this period and views of this average American revolutionary with a careful examination of the war it self, Ferling has crafted the perfect book for armchair army history buffs, a guide concerning the factors behind the American Revolution, the war that won it, as well as the meaning regarding the Revolution overall. Combining careful scholarship, arresting detail, and illustrative storytelling, Whirlwind is a distinctive and compelling addition to any collection of publications regarding American Revolution.

John Ferling is professor emeritus of history within University of West Georgia. He could be the author of numerous books on United states Revolutionary history, like the Ascent of George Washington; nearly a Miracle, an acclaimed army history of the War of Independence; and also the award-winning A Leap at nighttime. Their most recent guide on American history is Jefferson and Hamilton: The Rivalry That Forged a Nation.

Admission for all lectures is members, nonmembers, and absolve to AHC Insiders unless otherwise noted. Reservations are expected, please call 404.814.4150 or book tickets online at AtlantaHistoryCenter.com/Lectures.

Help: The Elson Lectures feature scholarly addresses by our nation’s prominent historians and generally are made possible with nice funding from Ambassador and Mrs. Edward Elson.

at Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Path NW
Atlanta, United States

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Healthier Happy Hour Lecture Series

December 31st, 2014

Healthy Happy Hour Lecture Series
Occasion on 2015-01-21 18:30:00
Wednesday, January twenty-first 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
entire Foods Market Wash Park, Free

Wednesday, January 21st   6-7pm

Theme: Healthy residing for Busy Families: How to fit physical exercise & proper diet into busy family members life.

Guest Speaker:  Teddi Bryant from Hot Mamas

What you’ll be learning: Meredith will show united states how to make probably the most of out of our work out, even if you just have 20 moments! She’ll additionally share top tips about how to remain healthy while balancing a busy household schedule.

What you’ll be consuming: This tasting will feature delicious, nutritionally beneficial dishes being simple to whip up! We’ll explain to you exactly how even the busiest individual can squeeze in a homemade dinner or a smoothie away from home.

at Entire Food Washington Park
1111 Southern Washington
Denver, United States

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Lecture: Originality and Imitation in Mughal Painting (1580–1630)

October 28th, 2014

Lecture: Originality and Imitation in Mughal Painting (1580–1630)
Event on 2014-11-15 00:00:00

Focusing on Mughal Occidental paintings and their Western counterparts, this lecture by Mika Natif, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Art History at George Washington University, will offer a nuanced… Read More

at The San Diego Museum of Art
1450 El Prado Balboa Park
San Diego, United States

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Ninth Annual William Phillips Lecture: From Illusion to Reality, with Czech Journalist and Writer Eda Kriseová

October 20th, 2014

Ninth Annual William Phillips Lecture: From Illusion to Reality, with Czech Journalist and Writer Eda Kriseová
Occasion on 2014-11-04 18:00:00

The New class for personal Research's Board of Governors, Dean's workplace, and Edith Kurzweil present the Ninth Annual William Phillips Lecture featuring a discussion and reception with Eda Kriseová, Czech journalist and writer.

Eda Kriseová could be the celebrated writer of numerous works including Václav Havel: The Authorized Biography and a former person in the Czech president’s senior staff.  A dissident with political ties during the Velvet Revolution, she first learned journalism and ethnology on University of Prague, then worked until 1968 for the mags Mladý sv?t (Young World) and Literární noviny (Literary Gazette).  In 1969 she accepted the career of a reporter within the log Listy. At the end of 1969 Kriseová worked as an assistant at the Institute for Theory and reputation for News Engineering at Charles University. In 1972 the girl works had been banned, even though this ban had been eventually lifted in 1976. Following the Velvet Revolution, she had been appointed by President Václav Havel to their senior staff.  From 1992 Eda has devoted all her time for you literary activities.  She has taught at George Washington University in Washington, DC and contains lectured at universities through the united states of america.  She actually is additionally a regular presenter the German Ministry of Education.

This event is free, but RSVP by October 24, is recommended by emailing Katherine Tucker, development associate, at tuckerk@newschool.edu or by calling 212.229.5662 x3826.

at The Brand New School
66 W 12th Street
Ny, United States

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Neighborhood Lecture Series – Doug Rumble, “What Are You Breathing? Stable Isotopes into the Atmosphere”

October 8th, 2014

Neighborhood Lecture Series – Doug Rumble, “what exactly are You Breathing? Stable Isotopes in the Atmosphere”
Event on 2014-11-13 18:00:00

Our atmosphere contains just a handful of major gases but the majority of countless minor ones. Each one of these fuel species has its own signature stable isotope compostion. Analysis of isotopes assists you to locate chemical reactions regulating atmospheric chemistry. Isotopic signatures of atmospheric gases are preserved in stones, under favorable conditions, abandoning a record of alterations in atmospheric chemistry over the past 3 billion years.


About Douglas Rumble

 

Douglas Rumble III uses the stable isotopes of air and sulfur to explore the development of Earth’s atmosphere by analyzing ancient stones and to understand the foundation of Solar System through research of meteorites. He obtained a Ph.D in geological sciences from Harvard University in 1969, and a BA in geology from Columbia University in1964. He has been an employee scientist in petrology and geochemistry at Geophysical Laboratory since 1973. He’s a past-President of both the Geological community of Washington therefore the Mineralogical Society of America. He’s an associate for the Board of Directors of Geoscience World, a digital publishing aggregate, that delivers digital publishing and world-wide circulation to world Science medical societies and their journals. 

The Neighborhood Lecture Series spotlights the science at our campus on Broad Branch path, which can be house to your Geophysical Laboratory and Department of Terrestrial Magnetism.  Lectures take place at 6:30 p.m. into the Greenewalt building regarding campus. Light refreshments are served before every lecture, and each lecture persists roughly one hour.


The Carnegie organization for Science hosts these activities at its breathtaking campus situated during the intersection of Broad Branch Road and 32nd Street in northwest Washington, DC. Parking is available on campus and available via Jocelyn and 32nd roads. Street parking is permissable. The campus is situated only three brief obstructs from Connecticut Avenue and two blocks south of Military Road. For more info about that lecture show or even to be put into our subscriber list, please go to our website at carnegiescience.edu/nls

at Carnegie organization
1530 P Street (16th and P) NW
Washington, United States

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