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“Conflict: Peace and War” is the theme of the 2010 Syracuse Symposium, an annual intellectual and artistic festival held on the Syracuse University campus. This year’s festival is the most ambitious to date, with six keynote speakers, including Native American…
Point of Contact breaks new ground in Buenos Aires literary world with release of ‘ALEJANDRA,’ about the work of renowned Argentine poet Alejandra Pizarnik
Point of Contact presented its latest publication, ALEJANDRA, before the literary and artistic society of Buenos Aires.
The Syracuse University Humanities Center has announced recipients of its 2010-11 Dissertation/Thesis Fellowships.
The interface between syntax and phonology in linguistics is the subject of a two-day workshop at Syracuse University.
Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children’s Defense Fund, will speak on the Syracuse University campus on Tuesday, April 6.
NPR’s Scott Simon shares perspective from covering the world in March 9 University Lectures presentation
Scott Simon, host of National Public Radio’s “Weekend Edition Saturday,” writer and novelist, will share his experiences in reporting from every continent on the globe during a University Lectures presentation on Tuesday, March 9.
“Faculty Works,” a new series sponsored by the Syracuse University Humanities Center, continues with a presentation by Bruce Smith, award-winning poet and English professor in The College of Arts and Sciences.
SU Humanities Center’s Mini Seminar series continues with renowned critical theorist, German historian on Feb. 12, March 26
The Syracuse University Humanities Center’s Mini Seminar series continues with two events featuring University of California professors: literary critic and critical theorist Gabriele Schwab and German historian Gerhard Richter. Schwab will discuss her forthcoming book, “Haunting Legacies: Violent Histories and…
Tunes and ‘Toons: Banjoist Tony Trischka, New Yorker cartoonist Matthew Diffee explore intersections of art and music
Last fall, College of Arts and Sciences professors Cathryn Newton and Samuel Gorovitz invited musician Tony Trischka and cartoonist Matthew Diffee to participate in HNR 250, “Linked Lenses: Science, Philosophy and the Pursuit of Knowledge.”
The spring 2010 lineup for Syracuse University’s Raymond Carver Reading Series features six writers.
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus, founder of The Grameen Bank, will kick off spring 2010 University Lectures schedule
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus will join a stellar lineup of internationally known guests for The University Lectures series during the spring 2010 semester.
The Haydn Trio Eisenstadt, one of Europe’s foremost chamber ensembles, is marking the bicentennial of Haydn’s death with a special appearance at Syracuse University.
Discovery Communications founder, chairman John S. Hendricks speaks Oct. 20 in University Lectures presentation
John Hendricks will speak on “Modern Media and Demanding Consumers” in a University Lectures presentation on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 4 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
Musician Tony Trischka ’85 is paying a rare visit to his alma mater for a public “demo, conversation.”
Award-winning physicist and materials scientist George Crabtree will present “The Energy of Light” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, in the Life Sciences Complex Auditorium, Room 001.
Syracuse Symposium’s theme of “Light” continues with a special presentation by James Schmidt, a Boston University professor renowned for his expertise in European political and social thought.
Tanzania’s permanent representative to the United Nations present a commemorative lecture on the life and times of the late Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, founding president of the United Republic of Tanzania.
The Andrew W. Mellon Central New York Humanities Corridor has announced its Fall 2009 schedule of events and activities.
Edwidge Danticat, author “The Dew Breaker” (Vintage, 2005) and other best-selling novels and short stories, is speaking at Syracuse University Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Syracuse Symposium continues with a lecture by William J. Thomas (W.J.T.) Mitchell, renowned theorist on iconography and visual culture.
The fall 2009 lineup for the Raymond Carver Reading Series has been announced. Each year, the series brings six fiction writers and six poets to campus to read their works and to interact with students.
Alan Wallach, American art scholar at the College of William & Mary, is speaking at SU on Sept. 24.
Janna Levin, critically acclaimed author and professor of physics and astronomy, will present “Black Holes Sing” at 4 p.m., Sept. 17.
Lily Kong’s lecture, “Light and the Sacred,” is Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in Watson Theater.