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A panel with two members of the original Catonsville Nine engages an audience about the historical significance of the actions of the Nine and critiques social protest, civic duty and citizenship.
Enjoy the music of Joe Henderson, Jim McNeely, Dizzy Gillespie and more in this free afternoon of Jazz.
UMBC's John Jeffries looks back on his decades in social science and education in the talk, "A Life in History: Reflections on Studying Politics and Policy in Twentieth-Century America.”
Join environmental activist Sandra Steingraber at UMBC for her talk Monday, April 29 at 4:00 p.m. on the 7th floor of UMBC's Albin O. Kuhn Library.
Dr. Paul Rozin discusses "The Aesthetics of Temporal Sequence: Making Meals and Concerts Optimal Experiences," April, 25 at 7 p.m.
UMBC takes a turn re-shaping this 17th century play, and Proteus, Valentine, Sylvia and Julia are as hip as ever.
What does it mean to cast Shakespeare nontraditionally? How is Shakespeare’s universalism constructed within explicit discussions and debates about racial identity? This and more in the discussion.
Tickets for general admission and preferred seating still available.
Rebecca Kukla speaks at UMBC about Medicalization, Justice and the Definition of Healthcare.
A New Context examines the edited newspaper photograph as an art object, and features pieces from The Baltimore Sun archives housed in the Albin O Kuhn Library’s Special Collections.
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Janet Metzner, Nick DiMarco, Nayana Davis, Editor Marc Shapiro, Adam Bednar, and Jeff Seidel,
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