September 7, 2016
A showcase of the department's Study Away programs (U.S. and international); student media groups; student orgs of interest; internships; scholarships; etc.
4-6 p.m., Williams Hall 107 (TV studio)
September 14, 2016
ABC Nightline Co-Anchor Byron Pitts
Byron Pitts presents “How I See It Now: My Remarkable Journey from Illiteracy to Nightline." Sponsored by the Harry T. Wilks Lecture Series.
7 p.m., Parrish Auditorium (Hamilton campus)
September 15, 2016
Rick Ludwin (MAC ’70), former NBC-TV senior vice president for late night and entertainment programming, presents “Election Campaigns and Late Night Television.”
7 p.m., Williams Hall 107C
September 21, 2016
Luis Ferrer presents “Security: A Permanent Challenge for Latin America”
Sponsored by the Center for American & World Cultures, with MJF support. Ferrer’s lecture will center on a documentary and analytical research that studied security issues, public policy and violence in Venezuela.
6:30-8 p.m., McGuffey Hall 322
September 22, 2016
Jason Mittell on videographic criticism
Jason Mittell, Professor of Film & Media Culture and American Studies at Middlebury College, will present "Videographic Criticism and New Directions in Film & Media Studies."
4 p.m., Shideler Hall 152
September 29-30, 2016
Karlos Hill lectures on the impact of lynching
Karlos Hill, Associate Professor of History at Texas Tech University, speaks about his recently published book, “Beyond the Rope: The Impact of Lynching on Black Culture and Memory.” Sponsored by the Black World Studies program, with MJF support.