Tag: Lowell Humanities Series
This past week, author and poet Claudia Rankine graced the Heights with her wisdom and wit in a two-day residency made possible by the Lowell Humanities Series, a program within ...
On Nov. 3, Boston College’s Institute of the Liberal Arts had another addition to their Lowell Humanities Series with a talk from Bryce Pinkham, a well established BC alum and ...
Carol Anderson, Professor of African American Studies at Emory University, discussed voter suppression and her new book "One Person, No Vote" as Election Day draws closer.
Dr. Appiah is a philosopher, social theorist, and novelist who has written extensively on ethics, identity, and globalization.
Laymon's memoir speaks to powerful dichotomies and narrates the story of his struggles and failures.
The former president of Ireland urged the BC community to take action in response to the growing climate crisis.
Professor Ruth Rubio Marín visited BC to discuss transitional justice in Ireland.
Pagan Kennedy and The Lowell Lecture Series partnered to show BC students what it takes to come up with the next big invention.