Campus Events

ONGOING

“Man Up! Man Down!: Images of Masculinity from the Harnett Print Study Center”
August 22, 2018-July 7, 2019
Modlin Lobby

 

SEPTEMBER

Levar Stoney
The Reality of Voter Disenfranchisement
Wednesday, September 11
7pm, Camp Concert Hall
Register here

 

Black Panther screening
Saturday, September 8
9pm, Jepson Greek Theater

 

Sonya Renee Taylor
The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love
Monday, September 24
7pm, Alice Haynes Room

Sonya Renee Taylor is the Founder and Radical Executive Officer of The Body Is Not an Apology, a digital media and education company promoting radical self-love and body empowerment as a foundational tool for social justice and global transformation. Her work as an award-winning performance poet, activist, and transformational leader has global reach.

 

Corey D.B. Walker
The Wound of Thought: Black Study, Decolonial Thinking, and the Project of the Human
Wednesday, September 26
3:30 PM – 5 PM, THC 321

This lecture revisits an inaugural scene in the history of the modern university in order to elaborate the conditions of possibility for critical intellectual practices in light of contemporary flows of knowledge and power. In dialogue with the work of Charles Long, Walter Mignolo, and Sylvia Wynter, the lecture will attempt to illuminate the theoretical coordinates for elaborating new perspectives for critical thinking and radical humanism in the world.

 

Urban Bush Women, “Hair & Other Stories”
Thursday, September 27
7:30pm, Alice Jepson Theater, Modlin Center for the Arts

 

OCTOBER

Patrick Bond and Mary Finley-Brook
Environmental Justice and Contested Pipelines: Panel Discussion Comparing Related Issues in Virginia and Durban, South Africa
Tuesday, October 2
4:30 PM, International Commons

 

Meet at the Museum
Thursday, October 18
5PM, Lora Robins Gallery

This event is sponsored by the student-coordinated committee commemorating the 50th anniversary of residential integration at the University of Richmond.

 

Wyatt Tee Walker Symposium
Monday, October 22
2 – 7:30 PM, Jepson Alumni Center
Register here

  • 3 PM – 4:30 PM – Panel Discussion
  • 6 PM – 7:15 PM – Keynote Address: Dr. Joseph Evans, Dean of Morehouse School of Religion and the Senior Pastor of Mount Carmel Baptist Church

 

Peter Edelman
How Democracy Is Failing America’s Poor
Thursday, October 25
4:30pm, Jepson Alumni Center

 

janaya khan
Demanding Social Transformation, Justice, and Equality for All
Thursday, October 25
7pm, Camp Concert Hall
One Book, One Richmond and UR Comes Out!

janaya khan is the co-founder of Black Lives Matter Canada and a leading voice in the global crusade for racial justice. khan uses their dedication and bold approach to social justice work to contribute to academic and frontline community dialogue, engaging audiences on the global impacts of the Black Lives Matter movement. janaya is currently the organization director of Gender Justice LA.

 

NOVEMBER

Beverly Daniel Tatum
The Empathy Gap and the Power of Dialogue
Thursday, November 1
7pm, Breed Pavilion, Queally Center

 

CCE Brown Bag: 50th Anniversary of Residential Integration (featuring Kristi Mukk and Jennifer Munnings)
Friday, November 2
12:30 – 1:35 PM
THC 305

 

Contested Spaces: Race, Media, and Journalism
Friday, November 9

Panel One

12:30–2 p.m.
Jepson Hall, Room 118

Panel Two

7–8:30 p.m.
Jepson Hall, Room 118

Please register in advance using this link. More information on the event can be found here.

 

DECEMBER

Blanche Wiesen Cook
Toward an Inclusive Democracy: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Legacy
Tuesday, December 4
4:30pm, Jepson Alumni Center

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