Tulane has joined the American Council of Learned Societies Research University Consortium, whose member institutions are leaders in helping to sustain and enhance the national infrastructure of humanities and interpretive social sciences research.
In the course Writing About the Plague, English professor Thomas Albrecht leads students in a literary exploration of pandemic experiences. Read more, along with the latest issue of Tulanian Magazine, on the Tulanian website.
Jonathan Banks, actor and Breaking Bad star, will be the keynote speaker at the 6th annual Tulane Entertainment and Sports Law Conference, which will take place Friday, March 3, and Saturday, March 4. Banks will be in conversation with law alumnus Jeff Frost, president and founder of Bristol Circle Entertainment. Read more on the Tulane Law website.
The Department of English, the Asian Studies Program, the Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, and Newcomb Institute will host a presentation by Chris Eng, assistant professor of English at Washington University in St. Louis. Eng’s presentation will center on the question: “What might it mean to ‘camp up the camps’ that appear throughout Asian American histories?” Eng’s research focuses on Asian American literature, queer theory, sexuality studies, critical ethnic studies and performance theory. The event will take place Thursday, March 2, from 6-8 p.m. in the Rogers Memorial Chapel. Visit the Wavesync event page for more information.
“There may be some psychological benefits that people derive from a darkness retreat that they feel are important for them, but certainly not from a strict endocrine neuroendocrine or biochemical physiological standpoint,” says Dr. David Blask, professor and head of the Laboratory of Chrono-Neuroendocrine Oncology in the Department of Structural and Cellular Biology at the School of Medicine.
The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane, which will take place March 9-11, is one of the state’s best events happening this month, according to Travel Pulse.
Emily Cook, an assistant professor of economics at the School of Liberal Arts, says the high cost of college tuition has led to a “massive total volume” of student debt in the U.S.
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