Jan. 30, 2015: Presidential Transition
Dec. 29, 2014: Civil discourse and student safety
Oct. 24, 2014: Marty Krauss appointed interim dean of the Heller School
Oct. 6, 2014: Lisa Lynch named provost
Sept. 16, 2014: Staff Town Hall and discretionary time follow-up
Sept. 12, 2014: Combating Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Violence
Sept. 10, 2014: Light of Reason dedication
Sept. 2, 2014: Town Meeting for Staff
Aug. 29, 2014: Welcome Back!
July 29, 2014: Sad News
July 28, 2014: Letter to the Brandeis faculty regarding listserv
July 24, 2014: Departure of Senior Vice President Ellen de Graffenreid
July 7, 2014: Provost Search Underway
June 30, 2014: Leadership Transition
April 16, 2014: Campus-wide celebration for retiring staff members
April 1, 2014: 2014-15 Tuition
March 11, 2014: Invitation to Inaugural Richman Fellowship Lecture
Invitation to Gittler Prize Award Presentation and Lecture
Dear Members of the Brandeis Community:
Please join me on Tuesday, November 29, at 3:00 p.m. in Goldfarb Library's Rapaporte Treasure Hall, when Emory Professor Emerita Frances Smith Foster will speak on “Conjuring Culture and Other Extracurricular Activities.”
Professor Foster, this year’s Gittler Prize co-recipient, is an authority on African American family life and slavery narratives. Among her influential books are "Witnessing Slavery: The Development of the Ante-Bellum Slave Narrative" and "Written by Herself: Literary Production by African American Women Writers, 1746-1892." Her most recent publications are "Til Death or Distance Do Us Part: Love and Marriage in African America" and "Love and Marriage in Early African America." Professor Foster is a fellow of the Feminist Sexual Ethics Project at Brandeis.
A reception with light refreshments will follow her talk.
For more information, visit the Gittler Prize website.