Welcome to the Hutchins Center
Pictured: The proposed façade design for the new Hutchins Center showing the entrance to the Cooper Gallery (opening this fall).
April 22-24: Kellie Jones
Professor Jones will be presenting this semester's 3-part Richard Cohen Lecture Series on African and African American Art. Her talks are titled, Art is an Excuse: Conceptual Strategies, 1968-1983.
"Many Rivers to Cross" Wins Peabody Award!
The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. has won the prestigious Peabody Award. The honor signifies excellence on television, radio and the Internet.
Congratulations to Professor Gates and the rest of the cast and crew of Many Rivers to Cross for this great achievement!
April 28: "The Supreme Price" film screening and discussion
Filmmaker and alumna fellow Joanna Lipper will screen her new film followed by a discussion with Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Ambassador Walter Carrington.
April 30th: Readings from "Transition" Issue 113
Transition launches issue #113, “What is Africa to me now?,” with an evening featuring readings from the issue by contributors David Chariandy and Danielle Legros Georges.
April 30th: Colloquium with John K. Thornton
Please join us for the final colloquium of the academic year as Professor Thornton discusses African Roots of Afro-Cuban Religion.
May 1st: Inaugural Symposium on Religious Freedom and Its Implications
Professor Gates with moderate a discussion with Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, Sheikh Dr. Yasir Qadhi, and Reverend J. Brent Walker.
April 28th: Reading by Ed Pavlić and Major Jackson
Alumnus Fellow Ed Pavlić and Major Jackson will be reading from their recent works at the Grolier Poetry Shop in Harvard Square.
History Design Studio: A Multimedia Exhibition
Now showing in the Rudenstine Gallery at the Hutchins Center (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm). Featuring works by: Amy Alemu, Eric Cervini, Bradley Craig, Mark Duerksen, Nia Evans & Tomashi Jackson, Balraj Gill, John Hulsey, Sandy Plácido, Aylin Tschope, and Benjamin Weber.