Dr. Corey D.B. Walker (Wake Forest University): ” ‘On Earth As It Is’: On Ethics and the Environment in the Age of the Anthropocene” The North Carolina Epsilon Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, the nation’s oldest undergraduate honor society, is pleased to welcome Dr. Corey D.B. Walker, Dean … Continued
When interpreting another person, it is a good policy to try to interpret their words as charitably as possible. Dr. Adam Rosenfeld will lead an open discussion about the idea that engaging in a playful sort of make-believe is the best way to do this. What does that mean? Is … Continued
Join us in welcoming the Year of the Dragon with performances, a Cultural Diversity Posters Showcase, arts and craft activities, and food inspired by the Lunar New Year traditions across Asia! Free and open to the public! Join us in the EUC Auditorium Organized by the Chinese Studies Program in … Continued
Join the student English Club for an open mic night in the EUC! Come share your writing and enjoy the work of your creative peers.
Join UNC Greensboro’s African American and African Diaspora Studies (AADS) program for their annual Conference on African American and African Diasporic Cultures and Experiences (CACE). This year’s theme explores: Black Studies Matters, Black Stories Matter! Black Knowledge Practices, Black Futures February 20 -23 at UNC Greensboro Featured Events Registration and … Continued
The Anthropology Department is hosting its Annual Anthropology Week from February 13-15, 2024 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. There will be games, prizes, speakers, food, and fun for all as we celebrate the discipline of anthropology. Events include: Wednesday, February 14: There will be an archaeology talk with Dr. … Continued
Join us for this free lecture in UNC Greensboro’s 2023-24 Harriet Elliott Lecture Series, hosted by the Department of Political Science. Dr. Melissa Lane is a professor of politics at Princeton University and director of the University Center for Human Values. A political theorist, Lane’s work focuses primarily on ancient Greek … Continued
Join us for the opening reception for Framed Equality: Art in the Realm of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
View artwork and meet the artists, tour WGSS spaces, and enjoy refreshments.
What does it mean to organize for Black liberation on contested lands within an ongoing U.S. settler colonial project? Drawing upon over twenty years of grassroots organizing, education, and scholarship, this talk will discuss the historical and conceptual stakes of Black feminist organizing in this moment. Refreshments will be available! … Continued
“Nostalgia: An Explosive Collection of Scenes Representing the Rich Colors, Traditions, and Culture of Ghana” opens Thursday, February 1 at 5 p.m. at the Gatewood Studio Arts Building. The exhibit runs through February 29, 2024.