Exhibition: “Baggage Claims” Comes to the Weatherspoon, Jan 27th

Luggage is a powerful emblem of uncertainty and change implying fleeing, exile and homelessness. Artists across the globe are incorporating suitcases, […]


“Abraham’s Discovery of God in Islamic and Jewish Narrative”

November 9 Dr. Shari Lowen (Stonehill College) 7pm Room: Claxton Room, EUC Dr. Lowin is Professor of Islamic and Jewish […]


 American Indian sacred places

 November 14 3:30-5:30p.m Room: TBA Synopsis: In conjunction with the Native American Heritage month, we will focus our attention on […]


“The Institutional as Usual: Sexism, Racism, and the Politics of Complaint”

October 18 4pm, Maple Room, EUC Lecture by Sarah Ahmed This lecture explores how institutions are built from small acts of […]


 “The Nursing Virgin: Mary in Egyptian Christian Art”

October 19th, 5:30-7:00 pm Weatherspoon Art Museum Auditorium with reception to follow Lecture by Dr. Elizabeth Bolman The largest extant body […]


“Nomadas”

  October 29 “Nomadas” 2pm (performance running time 70 minutes, no intermission) UNCG auditorium Presented by the UNCG Theater Department […]


“Protest and Resistance in Iraq and Iran” Book Talk by Ali Issa and Negar Mottahedeh

September 19th,  5-6pm Maple Room, EUC  Hosted by the Islamic Studies Research Network Book talk by Ali Issa, author of Against […]


“Teaching Today’s Evolving Learners: A Commitment to Critical Approaches and Pedagogies”

September 23rd, 9am to 5pm School of Education Building (SOEB) Coalition for Diversity in Language The Coalition for Diversity in Language […]


“we have adorned everything on earth” Saba Taj Exhibit

  September 28th*, 5:00-6:00pm Gatewood Gallery Artist exhibition and talk by Saba Taj Gallery talk and exhibition opening with reception   […]


“Contemporary Feminisms: Disability”

     September 28th, 4pm Kirkland Room, EUC Nirmala Erevelles (University of Alabama) and Therí Pickens (Bates College) address current work in […]