Read Cynthia Cohen's notes on feminist epistemology, aesthetic ways of knowing and peacebuilding
Video: Presentation by the Ulafa’a Visual Artists of Bahrain
Read Reflection on Farhat Abgaria’s Visit by Cynthia Cohen
Exhibit: BLUE - Read the interview on BrandeisNOW
Anna Khandros: The Politics Perspective on Peacebuilding
October 13, 18, & November 1, 2016
Imagining Freedom | Creating Justice
April 14 - 17, 2016
Shout the Big Dreams - Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts
February 2, 2016
Freedom Underfoot: Performance by Germaine Ingram
September 28 - October 8, 2015
Now As Then: We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest
Events focusing creative attention on the struggle for voting rights
March 2 - 5, 2015
Fatu Gayflor and Toni Shapiro-Phim in Residence
September 17-19, 2013
Panel on Resilience, the Arts and Social Transformation
June 20-21, 2013
Community Arts Lab - Arts Festival and Conference
April 19-28, 2013
Reconciliation Art Project
September 21-23 &
Facilitating Encounters through Art
December 1-2, 2011
Just Performance: Enacting Justice in the Wake of Violence
October 23, 2011
"Acting Together on the World Stage" Boston Premiere
October 21-23, 2011
Peacebuilding and the Arts: Community Cultural Development
April 12, 2011
Nexus of Arts and Social Transformation
Read about the Acting Together launch on BrandeisNOW. More details on the Ethics Center website.
February 16, Thursday, 5:30 pm
Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Goldfarb Library
"Greek tragedy in particular concerns the conflict between private behavior and societal expectation, and that’s at the heart of what I write about. But I would say I’m just as influenced – moreso – by being gay and black, two things that meant growing up in conflict with societal ‘norms.’."
-- Carl Phillips in an interview in Smartish Pace
A finalist for both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, Phillips's honors include the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Poetry, two Lambda Literary Awards, and the Thom Gunn Award for Gay Poetry as well as fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Library of Congress, and the Academy of American Poets, for which he served as a Chancellor (2006-2012).
Currently the judge for the Yale Younger Poets Series, Phillips is a Professor of English at Washington University in St. Louis where he teaches creative writing, Twentieth-century poetry, and African-American Literature.
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