Journalist Matthew Hall ’94, will give a talk titled “At Work, Not War: Trump, Trolls, Truth and Trust” on Tuesday, April 4th at 5:00 p.m. in MUB Theatre I. Hall is the Editorial and Opinion Director at the San Diego Union-Tribune, and is the 2017 Donald M. Murray Visiting Journalist.
Robin Pickering-Iazzi, Professor of Italian at the University of Wisconsin, Wilwaukee will be speaking about her most recent publication, The Italian Antimafia, New Media, and the Culture of Legality (University of Toronto Press, 2017), which focuses on the role of social media in Italian antimafia activities. Professor Pickering-Iazzi has taught and published extensively on subjects ranging from the Mafia to cultural and feminist theory.
Sponsored by the UNH Center for the Humanities, the Department of Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies, and the Italian Studies Program.
Queering the Spirit [QTS] is an ongoing series, now in its second year, that looks at the intersection of LGBTQ+ identities, religion and spirituality. The aim of the series is for LGBTQ+ people and allies to have a supportive space to talk about the place of religion and spirituality in their lives. Format varies but could include a facilitated chat about a particular topic, a film screening or special guest speaker. There is always lots of time for discussion and for your questions! Free Pizza Lunch will be available and all are welcome. Sponsored by The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs [OMSA], Women's Studies, The Waysmeet Center and The Bill Kidder Fund. For more info, please email Joelle.Ryan@unh.edu
The University of New Hampshire Department of Music Keith Polk Music Lecture Series presents Rebecca Marchand, a Music History faculty member from Boston Conservatory at Berklee. The lecture is entitled Copland in the Steel Mills: The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s “Concerts for Industry”. The series is co-sponsored by the UNH Center for the Humanities. All lectures are free and open to the public.
The UNH English Department is pleased to welcome poet Elizabeth Powell and short fiction author Jensen Beach to the Durham Campus as part of our 2016-2017 Writers Series. All Writers Series events start at 5:00 p.m. and are held in the Memorial Union Building (MUB), Theatre I.