The 5th Annual Diversity Initiative Conference “Teaching and Practice in Times of War” on Thursday, March 13 in the Davis Center’s Silver Maple Ballroom will focus on the impact of war and its diverse implications for faculty, students and community practitioners in education and social services.
An internet search for Stephanie Seguino, UVM professor of economics, will turn up academic papers, her affiliation with the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, where she spent her 2013 sabbatical year, and, less predictably, a website of her photography. Seguino is a macroeconomist studying the impact ...
“I stand before you this evening a proud, African American, transgender woman,” said actress, producer and transgender advocate Laverne Cox to a capacity crowd in the Davis Center’s Grand Maple Ballroom — and to another full room listening in via closed-circuit screening on the floor below — during her Feb. 20 talk at ...
A groundbreaking tour honoring the rich tradition of African American political resistance in music and the movements for ecological justice in Vermont will make a stop at UVM at Feb. 20, with a performance in the Southwick Recital Hall at 7:30.
The Center for Research on Vermont selected Teresa Mares, assistant professor of anthropology, as the first Frank M. Bryan Vermont Scholar for a Vermont research project titled “La Otra Frontera (The Other Border): Exploring Latino/a Migrant Foodways.”
UVM’s Lane Series and the Flynn Center will co-present Fatoumata “Fatou” Diawara, performing her energetic Afro-pop music at the Flynn MainStage on Friday, Feb. 21 at 8 p.m. As a singer-songwriter, Diawara spins lyrics of love, politics and empowerment into high-energy jazz, funk and joyous folk-rock, with the rhythms, ...