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Tulane University School of Liberal Arts

SLA Online: January 2011
News from the Field: Diane Grams

My fall 2010 sabbatical provided me with unanticipated sense of intellectual rejuvenation. Just as a decade-long research project came to completion with the publication of my book, Producing Local Color: Art Networks in Ethnic Chicago by University of Chicago Press, I was able to dive full throttle into new work as a visiting fellow at Yale University.

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SLA In the News

Gallery Displays Kimono as Art

Video: Senior curator Sally Main talks about the Newcomb Art Gallery’s kimono exhibit. Continue Reading

 

2011 Grads to Hear Prize-winning Journalist

New York Times writer Thomas Friedman to address Tulane Commencement Ceremony. Continue Reading

 

Students Help Tribe Document Its Culture

For "Living History" course, students work with the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe. Continue Reading

 

"Trouble the Water" Filmmakers Discuss Social Ills

A panel discussion following a campus screening touches on poverty, violence, apathy. Continue Reading

 

Colonial Papers Show French-Louisiana Heritage

French translation class lends a hand to the Old U.S. Mint to decipher documents from the 1720s. Continue Reading

 

Shakespeare Draws Schoolchildren to Campus

Performances of Macbeth in January for area schools start off year for Shakespeare Festival at Tulane. Continue Reading

 

Prof Joins Library of Congress Symposium

Nick Spitzer, host of popular public radio show, will present in Washington, D.C. Continue Reading

 

Obama Nominates Tulane President to Council

President Barack Obama will appoint Scott Cowen to the new White House Council for Community Solutions. Continue Reading

 

January 14
Macbeth - SFT Runs its Sell Out Performance of Macbeth for One Night Only!

January 15-17
Auditions for the Theatre Department's Spring 2011 Season

January 16
Lecture: Jewish Women in Eastern Europe: Myths and Realities

January 18-23
This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan

February 2
Concert Piano Series - featuring Faina Lushtak and Krassimira Jordan

February 12
Classical Guitar Series - featuring Edel Munoz

February 17
The Revival of Rumors and the Obama Administration - Dr. Patricia Turner, Professor of American Studies at the University of California at Davis, will deliver a public lecture based on her current research.

February 18-20
An Evening of Dance - Choreographed by Newcomb Dance Program Faculty

February 22-25
Les Liaisons Dangereuses - Directed by Rebecca Frank

February 25
Keyboard Festival - featuring Mirian Conti

February 26
Keyboard Festival Master Class - featuring Mirian Conti

February 26
Keyboard Festival - featuring Michael Rickman

February 26-27
Les Liaisons Dangereuses - Directed by Rebecca Frank

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School of Liberal Arts
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New Orleans, LA 70118
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