Brown University is a private, Ivy League research university in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. Founded in 1764 as "The College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations," Brown is the seventh-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the nine Colonial Colleges established before the American Revolution.

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  • Organist Anne Laver in Recital

    Anne Laver, Brown Alum and winner of the prestigious American Guild of Organists’ National Young Artist Competition in Organ Performance, and currently Assistant Professor of Organ and University Organist at Syracuse University, performs the annual E. J. Lownes Memorial Guest Artist Organ Recital on the 1903 Hutchings-Votey pipe organ. Laver, who studied organ as an undergraduate at Brown, perfor...

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  • Gabriel Martinez | Mountain War Time

    A conversation with Gabriel Martinez and Ian Alden Russell on the occasion of the opening of "Mountain War Time" at the David Winton Bell Gallery. More information on the exhibition can be found here: https://www.brown.edu/campus-life/arts/bell-gallery/exhibitions/gabriel-martinez-mountain-war-time. Brown University March 17, 2017

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  • Islam and the French: Religion and Laïcité in the Public Sphere (Panel 01)

    February 24, 2017 Brown University Panel 1 Moderator: Maud Mandel, Brown University "Islam before Laïcité: The French Revolution and the Muslim Citizen" Ian Coller, University of California, Irvine "Under Every Hijab Can be a Kippah: The Uncertain Place of Jews in Contemporary Debates about Islam in France" Ethan Katz, University of Cincinnati

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  • Islam and the French: Religion and Laïcité in the Public Sphere (Panel 02)

    February 24, 2017 Brown University Panel 2 Moderator: Gretchen Schultz, Brown University "'Je veux que l’islam brille au cœur de la République': Making Islam Public in 20th Century France" Naomi Davidson, University of Ottawa "Sex and Secularism: The Embodied Politics of Public/Private" Mayanthi L. Fernando, University of California, Santa Cruz

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  • Iyko Day, "Alien Capital: Asian Racialization and the Logic of Settler Colonial Capitalism"

    Professor Iyko Day provides an overview of her recent book’s examination of the history and logic of settler colonial capitalism through a focus on Asian racialization in Canada and the U.S. Drawing on an archive of Asian North American visual culture, she discusses how the historical alignment of Asian bodies and labor with capital's abstract and negative dimensions became one of settler colonia...

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  • Carvings In and Out of Time: Afterlives of Rock-Cut Monuments in the Ancient Near East (Session 3)

    Thursday, February 16 Rhode Island Hall, Room 108 Session 3 3:00pm – Laurel Bestock (Brown) Introduction 3:15– Robert Rollinger (University of Innsbruck) Ancient Near Eastern monuments and their cultural recycling: from Herodotus and Ctesias through the Alexander historians 4:00pm – Jonathan Ben Dov (University of Haifa) Transformations of Neo-Babylonian Reliefs in the Jewish Literary Imagination...

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  • Carvings In and Out of Time: Afterlives of Rock-Cut Monuments in the Ancient Near East (Session 1)

    Brown University Thursday, February 16 Rhode Island Hall, Room 108 Session 1 9:00am – John Steele (Brown) Introduction 9:15am – Pavol Hnila (Freie Universität Berlin) The Afterlives of the South-Caucasian Dragon Stones 10:00am – Lorenzo D’Alfonso (NYU) Forgetting an empire, creating a new order: 2nd millennium rock-carved monuments and post-Hittite Anatolia 10:45am – Jen Thum (Brown) Three Short ...

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  • Lecture by Cristiano Nicosia (Université libre de Bruxelles) - Geoarchaeology: Sediments in Context

    Cristiano Nicosia received his PhD in Natural and Environmental Sciences from the University of Milano (Italy) in 2012. He is currently a Researcher at ULB – Brussels and a freelance consultant in Geoarchaeology, soil micromorphology and archaeo-pedology. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Institute at Brown for Environment & Society and the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient Wo...

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  • The Art of Negotiation with Dr. A. Peter Weiss

    Dr. A. Peter Weiss, examines negotiating styles and how one can train to move from their innate style to another if needed. He discusses tactics for one off negotiations versus those with longer term implications. On the entrepreneurial front, Dr. Weiss holds 13 patents for orthopedic devices used worldwide. He is a co-founder of IlluminOss Medical, Inc. and previously Board member and principal ...

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  • David Shields, Writing Diversity Series

    David Shields discusses his new book, “Other People: Takes and Mistakes" and explores the fraught task of writing about others and the ethical challenges a writer must confront. Shields is the author of 20 internationally bestselling books including "I Think You’re Totally Wrong: A Quarrel" (co-written with Caleb Powell), which was adapted to film by James Franco. Shields is also the author of "R...

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  • Julian Go, "Postcolonial Thought and Social Theory"

    A critical discussion of the book "Postcolonial Thought and Social Theory" with Brown University scholars and the author, Julian Go, Professor of Sociology, Boston University. Social scientists have long resisted the radical ideas known as postcolonial thought, while postcolonial scholars have critiqued the social sciences for their Euro-centric focus. However, in "Postcolonial Thought and Social...

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  • An Evening with Nathaniel Philbrick & Presentation of the Harris Literary Award

    The Brown University Library and Friends of the Library presented the Harris Collection Literary Award to renowned author and historian, Nathaniel Philbrick ’78, P’08. A brief awards ceremony kicked off the event, followed by an interview with Philbrick, led by Brown University Associate Professor of History, Linford Fisher. Brown University March 2, 2017

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  • Nikolas Papadimitriou - Heritage Museums and the Classical Past in the 21st Century

    Modern museums owe a great debt to Classical Antiquity. Not only are they named after the Muses; their very character has been forged upon the logocentric view of the universe introduced by ancient Greek philosophers, and revived by the thinkers of the Renaissance and the European Enlightenment. Of crucial importance for the success of 19th century museums was their open, public character and thei...

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  • Thinking Out Loud: Ayanna Howard

    The Brown University Presidential Colloquium Series, Thinking Out Loud: Deciphering Mysteries of Our World and Beyond, showcases profoundly creative and accomplished scholars who not only tackle some of the biggest “Big Questions” there are, but also skillfully communicate their inner visions to broad audiences. Robots: Improving our Future Or Leading us to Doom? Ayanna Howard, Ph.D. School of El...

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  • You Need Another Lover - Jeanine Staples

    "You Need Another Lover: How White Supremacist Patriarchal Ideologies Prompt The Generation Of Toxic Lover Identities In Black Women And How Those Identities Are Killing Us" Jeanine Staples, Associate Professor of Literacy and Language, African American Studies, and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, The Pennsylvania State University February 2, 2017 Brown University

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Concluding Roundtable

    Saturday, Session 4 Panel: David W. Blight, Director, Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition and Class of 1954 Professor of American History, Yale University Anthony Bogues, Director, Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, and Asa Messer Professor of Humanities and Critical Theory, Brown University Marcia Chatelain, Associate Professor of History, Georgetow...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Building and Design in Slave Memorials and Museums

    Saturday, session 3 Design and interaction with the natural and built landscape are essential elements of memorialization. Architects and artists discuss slavery as inspiration for sculpture and building design, and the ways in which they consider the visual impact of the public experience of commemoration. Speakers: Pascal Berthelot, Architect, ATELIER ARCHITECTURE BMC Rodney Leon, Founder and ...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Case Studies in Public History

    Saturday Session 2 Speakers: Sandra Arnold, Founder and Director, Periwinkle Initiative, and Graduate Fellow for the Study of the Public History of Slavery at the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, Brown University The Rev. Canon Linda L. Grenz, Canon to the Ordinary, Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, and The Center for Reconciliation at the Cathedral of St. John Emily M. N. Kugler, Ass...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Facing or Deflecting the Past in Exhibitions

    Saturday, Session 1 Publics, as much as historians and large cultural institutions, define how difficult history is remembered or forgotten. Smaller and independent sites and communities increasingly tell local stories of slavery and history that reflect local public memory and desires to remember or disremember a specific past. Speakers: Mary N. Elliott, Museum Specialist, The Smithsonian's Nat...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Slavery in Performance and Popular Culture

    Friday, Session 5 The Coming, written by Daniel Black, provides a vivid chronicle of the Middle Passage endured by captured Africans on their tragic voyage to enslavement in the Americas. Dr. Black will discuss the complexities of theatrical and literary interpretations of slavery as a means of educating museum audiences with Rex M. Ellis, Associate Director of Curatorial Affairs, The Smithsonian...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Between History and Memory

    Friday, Session 4 What role can and should the conventional historian play in informing and driving historical exhibitions and shaping public memory? Scholars and practitioners of slavery and its public presentation discuss edges and borders between public memory and the worlds of conventional historical scholarship. Speakers: Keila Grinberg, Professor of History at the Universidade Federal do E...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Digital Humanities Projects

    Friday, Session 3 Panel discussion between: Vincent Brown, Charles Warren Professor of History and Professor of African and African American Studies, Harvard University William Rankin, Assistant Professor of the History of Science, Yale University Joseph Yannielli, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Council of the Humanities and the Center for Digital Humanities, Princeton University Moderator: Monic...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Slavery and Public History around the World

    Friday Session 2 Why have slavery and its abolition become, in the past 20 years, a major, world-wide, phenomenon of public historical debate and practice? Why has the debate animated politics and new national narratives? Why the explosive development of museums and historic sites? Speakers: Anthony Bogues, Director, Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, and Asa Messer Professor of Huma...

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  • Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Slavery and Institutional Politics of Public History

    Friday, Session 1 The recent public reckoning with slavery and its legacies has changed national narratives of belonging, community, and citizenship. New museums which grapple with the role of slavery, and race in their national histories have cropped up across the globe. National museums struggle to integrate these difficult stories of exploitation, violence, and exclusion into the nation. Spea...

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  • Lecture by Naor Ben-Yehoyada: Is the Mediterranean's Seabed a Grave?

    Naor Ben-Yehoyada is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University. His work examines unauthorized migration, criminal justice, the aftermath of development, transnational political imaginaries in the central and eastern Mediterranean, and he is specifically interested in the processes through which transnational regions form and dissipate. His forthcoming monograph, The Mediterranean...

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