Robinson Hall Lower Library, 35 Quincy Street, Cambridge MA
Shamus Khan (Columbia University) "Exceptional. The Astors, the New York Elite, and a Story of American Inequality" Presented by the Workshop on the Political Economy of Modern Capitalism, with support from the Warren Center. Robinson Hall, Lower Library.
CGIS South, Tsai Auditorium (S010), 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge MA
The Harvard International Conference on Chinese Pedagogy (Harvard ICCP), hosted by the Chinese Language Program, will be Harvard’s first international conference on Chinese language pedagogy. The conference will be aimed at promoting dialogue among top scholars from around the world on current issues related to teaching Chinese as a second/foreign language. The theme of this year’s conference is “Pedagogical Expertise from Multidisciplinary Perspectives.” More information, a list of panelists, and a full schedule may be found in the attached itinerary. To register, please visit the...
Observatorio, 2 Arrow St. 4th Fl. Cambridge, MA 02138
The «Observatorio» is hosting an Open House at Harvard to share its projects mapping the Spanish language and Latino Culture in the United States. The Open House will launch the publication Informes del Observatorio / Observatorio Reports, including statements by authors and special music by members of «Berklee College». Tapas and drinks will be served.
Pendleton Atrium, Wellesley College, 21 College Rd., Wellesley, MA, 02481
Professor Timothy Snyder (Yale University) is author of the international bestseller Bloodlands:Europe Between Hitler and Stalin, and will be giving a WWI Centennial Lecture as part of the Wellesley Wednesdays series. "Europe Since 1914: Integration and Disintegration"
Lunch will be served.
Sponsored by: Wellesley College's History Department
TALKING ABOUT TEACHING is a University-wide seminar that explores pedagogical connections across disciplines and Schools. Designed by faculty for faculty, this seminar series showcases the work of Harvard master teachers through demonstrations of their pedagogy and discussions of its broader applications.
In four two-hour sessions, participants from across the University experience the pedagogy of one teacher, followed by a discussion – led by a faculty member from a different School – in which the seminar’s participants explore uses of the demonstrated method in their own...