Current Events


Brown Bag Series

November 9, noon - 1:15 pm, Faculty Commons in 116 Pearson. Michael Dickinson will speak on "Surviving Slavery: Oppression and Social Rebirth in the Urban British Atlantic, 1680-1807." More information can be found on our Brown Bag series page.

Race in America - National Agenda Series - Film "The People's Report"

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 at 7:30pm, Mitchell Hall

Film Screening with a Q&A from CSD Faculty Scholar, Yasser Arafat Payne, Ph.D.

The People’s Report is an ethnographic community needs assessment of two of Wilmington’s oldest and most violent neighborhoods: Eastside and Southbridge.

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Bitter Roots, Sweet Fruits - Music and Dance

Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 8:00pm Center for the Arts

Join composer-violinist Mazz Swift, a classical and crossover artist, UD viola professor and CSD Faculty Scholar Esme Allen-Creighton and members of UD's Dance Department for an evening of newly composed chamber music and choreography that explores themes of social justice. The work, generously supported by UD's Center for Diversity, fuses oral history recordings of important innovators and witnesses to this history with the music. Click here for more details.