February 27th, 2017
2017 Robert A. Burns Lecture Featuring Marc Forster Marc R. Forster, the Henry B. Plant Professor of History at Connecticut College, will speak about the nature of Catholicism in Germany in the two centuries after Martin Luther's Reformation. Focusing on the rural nature of Catholicism, the elaboration of a Baroque sacral landscape, and the development of a deep piety oriented around the practice... Read more
February 28th, 2017
LIVE DEMO & LECTURE Featuring Grandmaster Flash   In addition to a lifetime of career achievements, Grandmaster Flash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and also recently collaborated with film director and producer Baz Luhrmann in the Netflix drama series, “The Get Down.”  Join us for this once-in-lifetime master class from a music industry legend!   This is a FREE EVENT with... Read more
March 28th, 2017
The revolutionary events of the year 1917 were a watershed moment in Russian history, causing profound and irreversible changes to the country’s political, social, and economic life, as well as taking an immeasurable human toll. Some of the best-known works of twentieth-century Russian literature, cinema, and visual art were dedicated to representing and reflecting on the revolution and its... Read more