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Paris Noir's 'jazz moment'

Dec 19, 2011
Popular study-abroad program enters second decade

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It's a Queer World

Dec 15, 2011
Chancellor's Leadership Project unites LGBT scholars, activists, and artists from around the world

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Bruce Smith named a 2011 National Book Award finalist

Nov 21, 2011
SU poet recognized for "Devotions" collection

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"Seymourofus Cross-Generational Conversation" at La Casita Cultural Center Nov. 17

Nov 16, 2011
Discussion topics include cultural memory, spaces of belonging, active participation

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Fall 2011 Raymond Carver Reading Series final installments include memoirist and poet

Nov 15, 2011
Memoirist Peter Balakian and poet Christopher Kennedy featured writers

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SU Brass Ensemble rings in holidays with family concerts

Nov 14, 2011
Award-winning group is housed in Arts and Sciences

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"Great Jewish Writers" series continues with Nov. 29 lecture on Grace Paley

Nov 13, 2011
SU professor Harvey Teres discusses Paley's life, legacy

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Renaissance art, theater expert headlines 'Sex and Power' at SU Nov. 10-11

Oct 28, 2011
CUNY's James Saslow discusses Renaissance painter Gianantonio Bazzi

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What's in a Word?

Oct 27, 2011
SU's Jaklin Kornfilt uses Humboldt Award to advance basic research in linguistics

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Harm and moral conduct

Oct 27, 2011
Philosophy professor selected for prestigious fellowship at Princeton University

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SU Humanities Center, YMCA explore 'Identity' with readings at new Downtown Writer's Center Oct. 27

Oct 20, 2011
Guest poets Cornelius Eady, Dorianne Laux have ties to region

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Indian classical music concert features internationally renowned bamboo flutist

Oct 19, 2011
Concert will feature ragas and folk melodies

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The Black Power movement is the focus for African American Studies colloquium

Oct 18, 2011
Guest speaker is historian and author Hasan Kwame Jeffries

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Ray Smith Symposium explores homosexuality, male culture in Renaissance Italy Oct. 20-21

Oct 14, 2011
Harvard's Michael Rocke presents lecture, seminar

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Syracuse Symposium exhibition explores identity within unique Syracuse space

Oct 14, 2011
"Last Transfer" features photography by English professor Bob Gates

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SU Brass Ensemble kicks off 2011-12 season with 'Silver Screen' concert in Rome Oct. 23

Oct 13, 2011
Award-winning group is housed in Arts and Sciences

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SU symposium explores legacy of Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa Oct. 21

Oct 13, 2011
Nobel Prize-winning author was a Watson Professor at SU

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Raymond Carver Reading Series presents award-winning novelist Terese Svoboda

Oct 13, 2011
Author of the recently published "Bohemian Girl"

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Raymond Carver Reading Series presents award-winning poet, alumnus

Oct 5, 2011
Iain Haley Pollock won the 2010 Cave Canem Poetry Prize

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Wabash professor explores photography's impact on Pompeii excavation, Oct. 5

Sep 30, 2011
Jeremy Hartnett focuses on excavation of ancient Roman street

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La Casita Cultural Center celebrates at grand opening

Sep 29, 2011
NPR's Maria Hinojosa among guest speakers

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Art and science historians headline new "transdisciplinary humanities" series at SU

Sep 28, 2011
Series part of new Transdisciplinary Humanities Project

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SU, Jewish Federation of CNY present "Great Jewish Writers" lecture series

Sep 28, 2011
Ken Frieden kicks off series with Kafka lecture

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Queer writer, activist Sarah Schulman to give public lecture

Sep 27, 2011
Lecture presented as part of Syracuse Symposium and the LGBT Resource Center's annual Coming Out Month

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Social historian Eric Lott to deliver Stephen Crane lecture Oct. 7

Sep 27, 2011
The Stephen Crane Annual Lecture is sponsored by the Dikaia Foundation

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African Diasporan Treasures: 40 Years of Community Folk Art Center

Sep 22, 2011
CFAC celebrates anniversary with exhibition from its collection

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Creative writing program ranked fifth in country

Sep 21, 2011
SU moves up two places in Poets & Writers magazine poll

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Syracuse Symposium explores 'Identity' through photography, written word Sept. 28

Sep 20, 2011
Husband-wife team demonstrates synergy between photography, written word

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SU, Le Moyne team up for American music, Spanish poetry conference Sept. 27-29

Sep 20, 2011
Program features visits by renowned Spanish poets, musicians

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English Department adds film, creative writing tracks

Sep 20, 2011
New tracks reflect growing student interest in film studies and creative writing

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Fall 2011 Raymond Carver Reading Series spotlights Dana Spiotta

Sep 16, 2011
Creative Writing faculty member will read from her critically acclaimed Stone Arabia

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Syracuse Symposium continues Sept. 19 with David Eng

Sep 14, 2011
Penn professor explores social and psychic "limits" of war, violence, genocide

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La Casita celebrates new space

Sep 11, 2011
La Casita Cultural Center celebrates the opening of its new center at 109 Otisco St., Syracuse

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Columbia professor addresses public monuments, collective memory at SU Milton Lecture, September 20

Sep 9, 2011
Michele Moody-Adams is a moral, political philosopher, with strong ethics background

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SU philosopher Laurence Thomas to be feted in daylong symposium Sept. 21

Sep 8, 2011
Moral philosopher is "beloved teacher, brilliant scholar," says Dean Langford

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Traub lecture to kick off 2011-12 Ray Smith Symposium

Sep 2, 2011
Michigan professor explores gender, sexuality of early modern England

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Andrew Mellon Foundation commits $1 million for Phase II of CNY Humanities Corridor

Aug 30, 2011
The renewed support will allow the Corridor to foster new connections among faculty, students, programs and resources in shared areas of scholarly interest in Phase II of the project

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Illuminating Oppression: 9th Annual Human Rights Film Festival

Aug 26, 2011
The festival includes second annual Digital Witness Symposium

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2011 Digital Witness Symposium

Aug 26, 2011
The symposium explores the power of the archive for human rights media

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2011 Syracuse Symposium examines many facets of "Identity"

Aug 17, 2011
Events include lectures, performances, readings, exhibitions, and screenings

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Fall 2011 Raymond Carver Reading Series opens with SU alumnus Rahul Mehta

Aug 16, 2011
Mehta will read from his new book Quarantine (2011)

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SU's Samuel Gorovitz helps commemorate 9/11 with Anbar Family Lecture at Temple Adath

Aug 12, 2011
Renowned philosopher to discuss "Values, Causation, and the Moral Community"

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Sternlicht to deliver Cape Vincent lecture on 'C.S. Forester and the Hornblower Saga'

Aug 10, 2011
Lecture part of Speaker in the Humanities series

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SU's Ray Smith Symposium explores history of Queer sexuality

Aug 10, 2011
Yearlong symposium features mini-residencies by eight visiting scholars

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La Casita Cultural Center holds Latino art exhibit

Jul 29, 2011
Exhibit marks "soft opening" of new center

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SU's Janklow Arts Leadership Program appoints founding director, professor of practice

Jul 8, 2011
Nerenhausen brings more than two decades of professional arts administration experience to SU.

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SU unveils professional graduate certificate in language teaching

May 17, 2011
State-accredited program focuses on TESOL, TLOTE training

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Art of the Matter

May 16, 2011
Gary Radke sheds new light on convent patronage and the arts.

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Sociologist explores impact of Sullivan-Clinton Campaign on Native American, New York history

Apr 25, 2011
Robert Spiegelman explores modern-day consequences of 18th-century offensive against the Haudenosaunee

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Jazz icon David Liebman visits Syracuse

Apr 16, 2011
Famed saxophonist participates in world premiere, panel discussion

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English professor presents reading and book signing at Barnes & Noble

Apr 6, 2011
Harvey Teres will present his new book, The Word On the Street: Linking the Academy and the Common Reader, April 20

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The Future of Minority Studies at SU 2011 symposium: Islamophobia, Orientalism, and Gender Justice

Apr 4, 2011
Symposium to feature a performance of Living in the Hyphen-Nation and presentations about honour crimes and Arab-and-Muslim-American representations of gender, sexuality and citizenship in a Post 9/11 world.

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Feminist art historian to speak at SU April 6

Mar 31, 2011
Mary Gerrard, the William Fleming Visiting Professor in Art History, will present the 2011 Doris Lecture.

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Thinking about law school? Major in English and Textual Studies

Mar 21, 2011
Find out how an ETS major can prepare you for law school.

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Ruth Gruber, award-winning American writer, gives talk at SU

Mar 9, 2011
Former UPI correspondent explores Jewish cultural developments

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Steven Cohan, SU English professor, publishes new book

Mar 9, 2011
"Sound of Musicals" is a scholarly look at movie musical genre

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Intersection of emotion, affect, space underscores mini seminars in SU Humanities Center

Mar 9, 2011
Philosophers Kimerer LaMothe, Asma Abbas explore human relations in multiple contexts

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Reconstruction and Reconciliation concludes SU's Ray Smith Symposium March 24-25

Mar 3, 2011
Symposium addresses healing power of music amid violence, mass instability

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Michael Berube to lecture on humanities March 4

Feb 22, 2011
Penn State professor to discuss cultural studies, disability studies, and liberal politics

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Renowned literary theorist addresses language, thinking at SU Humanities Center March 4

Feb 21, 2011
SUNY Albany's David Wills is an expert in deconstruction

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Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Public Affairs Lecture featuring Sonia Sanchez rescheduled for March 9

Feb 17, 2011
The lecture was originally scheduled to take place on Feb. 2, but canceled due to inclement weather. Sanchez will present The legacy of Martin Luther King: How we must continue his work.

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Former Northwestern dean named Watson Visiting Collaborator at SU

Feb 10, 2011
David Zarefsky to analyze role of public speech, argument, and debate during war and conflict

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Community Folk Art Center hosts Amos Kennedy Prints

Feb 9, 2011
Printmaker's works to be displayed at the CFAC Gallery Feb. 16 to April 2. Opening reception is Feb. 19.

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SU professor headlines "Perpetual Peace" lecture at Haverford College Feb. 10

Feb 9, 2011
Humanities center director Gregg Lambert lays groundwork for international peace

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SU campus to celebrate Chinese Spring Festival Feb. 4

Jan 28, 2011
Banquet, performances mark Chinese new year

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Ray Smith Symposium continues music of conflict theme with Refugees and Exile Feb. 17-18

Jan 28, 2011
Ethnomusicologists John Baily and Michael Frishkopf examine music's role among those facing displacement and alienation

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Author Peter Beinart discusses Israel and American Jewish Community Feb. 15

Jan 26, 2011
Lecture draws on Beinart's recent essay in New York Review of Books

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Dutch expert on film studies, neuroscience speaks at SU Humanities Center Mini Seminar Feb. 9

Jan 20, 2011
Patricia Pisters explores impact of digital screen culture on brain

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Black Syracuse & Beyond: The Richard Breland Photograph Collection

Jan 20, 2011
The exhibit will become part of an online database of materials that document the cultural, economic, political, religious, and social histories and experiences of people of African descent in the Central New York region.

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Raymond Carver Reading Series announces spring lineup

Jan 19, 2011
Acclaimed series features renowned authors, poets