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October 2008

Monday, October 13th

  • Movie Night sponsored by the Educational Studies Department
    • Join the Educational Studies Department for a showing of Accidental Hero- Room 408. A suffering public school finds new hope and inspiration in one man named Tommie Lindsey, an Oakland, California, resident with the dream of reaching the area's youth. Through teaching his students the sport of "forensics," Lindsey shows his class the importance of public speaking and ignites their hunger for the thrill of academic success. Come for the movie.... stay for the popcorn!
    • 7:00 pm, Willis 102

April 2009

Monday, April 13th

  • Movie Night sponsored by the Educational Studies Department
    • Join the Educational Studies Department for a showing of The Great Debaters. Marshall, Texas, described by James Farmer, Jr. as "the last city to surrender after the Civil War," is home to Wiley College, where, in 1935-36, inspired by the Harlem Renaissance and his clandestine work as a union organizer, Professor Melvin Tolson coaches the debate team to a nearly-undefeated season that sees the first debate between U.S. students from white and African American colleges and ends with an invitation to face Harvard University's national champions. The team of four, which includes a female student and a very young James Farmer, is tested in a crucible heated by Jim Crow, sexism, a lynch mob, an arrest and near riot, a love affair, jealousy, and a national radio audience. Starring Denzel Washington and Forest Whitaker. Come for the movie.... stay for the popcorn!
    • 7:00 pm, Willis 102

June 2009

Thursday, June 4th

  • John Ramsay's Farewell Reception
    • Please join the Carleton College community as we bid John a fond farewell as he makes the transition to his new position as Provost at Muhlenberg College (PA) after a 20 year career in the Educational Studies Department.
    • 3:00 pm, Alumni Guest House Meeting Room/Patio

October 2009

Monday, October 12th

  • Educuational Studies Movie Night
    • Join the Educational Studies Department for a showing of The Class. François and his fellow teachers prepare for a new year at a high school in a tough neighborhood. Armed with the best intentions, they brace themselves to not let discouragement stop them from trying to give the best education to their students. Cultures and attitudes often clash in the classroom, a microcosm of contemporary France. As amusing and inspiring as the teenage students can be, their difficult behavior can still jeopardize any teacher’s enthusiasm for the low-paying job. François insists on an atmosphere of respect and diligence. Neither stuffy nor severe, his extravagant frankness often takes the students by surprise. But his classroom ethics are put to the test when his students begin to challenge his methods… Come for the movie.... stay for the popcorn!
    • 7:00 pm, Willis 102

February 2010

Wednesday, February 10th

  • Educational Studies Movie Night
    • Join the Educational Studies Department for a showing of Blackboard Jungle. This provocative portrait of juvenile delinquency in a 1950s inner-city high school was based on the best-selling novel by Evan Hunter. Groundbreaking in its gritty realism and its use of rock & roll on the soundtrack, BLACKBOARD JUNGLE paved the way for such realistic and tough adolescent pictures as WEST SIDE STORY and REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE. The atmospheric tale of a teacher's harrowing experience in the New York City school system stars Glenn Ford as Richard Dadier, an idealistic teacher assigned to a new school located in one of the poorest and ethnically diverse city neighborhoods. Dadier's idealism fades as he struggles to make a difference to his indifferent students. Darkly ominous cinematography highlights the street world of the desperate delinquents as they carouse, smoke, and steal after school. The film features smoldering performances by a young Sidney Poitier and Vic Morrow as tough-as-nails rebels fighting over the role of leader in Dadier's classroom. This innovative and ultimately uplifting portrayal of a generation at odds with the world served as a seminal portrait of the darker side of the 1950s; however, it was laced with controversy as well, as it was withdrawn from the 1955 Venice Film Festival for showing an unflattering view of American high school life. Come for the movie.... stay for the popcorn!
    • 7:00 pm, Willis 102

April 2010

Thursday, April 15th

Tuesday, April 20th

February 2011

Thursday, February 10th

  • Public Lecture and Book Signing by University of Toronto Assistant Professor Lance McCready '90
    • "Black Masculinities in Urban Education" Lance McCready teaches "School & Society" for the Secondary Teacher Education Program and “Approaches to Urban Education” in the new Urban Education M.Ed. Cohort at the University of Toronto. His most recent book is Making Space for Diverse Masculinities (Adolescent Cultures, School and Society) published by Peter Lang Publishers. Lance's research seeks to develop and promote “intersectional” perspectives on urban education that look at the ways race, class, gender, and sexuality have an impact on teaching and learning in inner-city schools. In particular, he is interested in the way intersectional perspectives can help teachers, students, and policymakers better understand disparities in achievement, participation, and discipline. His most recent publications focus on "making space" for diverse masculinities in urban education and how the experiences of gay and gender non-conforming Black male students reframe the “troubles” Black males face in urban high schools. This event is co-sponsored by the educational studies department, the African and African American Studies department, the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, and the Gender and Sexuality Center. A brief book signing will follow. Copies of Professor McCready's most recent book will be available for purchase at the event as well as prior to the event in the Carleton Bookstore.
    • 4:30 pm, Library Athenaeum

May 2011

Tuesday, May 24th

  • CENTRAL TOURING THEATER PRESENTS 32nd annual Urban Youth Theater Performance
    • Saint Paul Public School's, Central Touring Theater is proud to present, “American Dream, Where Is It?”, an original play created by the urban youth ensemble. This year’s play, “American Dream, Where Is It?”, utilizes hip-hop, spoken word, dance, and theater to express youth voice. Set in a classroom of a caring social studies teacher, the young people in the class reveal problems that get in the way of their ability to focus on their studies. They ask heartfelt questions such as what is the American Dream and how to use education to create a safer and more just America. Stories focus on resisting peer pressure, surviving street violence and growing up without a father. The stories also touch on social justice issues such as immigration and GLBT rights, homelessness and other issues that affect them as they try to get through their daily lives in school. As the play ends they make the same statement in their original song that ends their play Don’t Give Up Its Okay It Get Better! Sponsored by the Educational Studies Department and American Studies Department
    • 2:00 pm, Concert Hall

Thursday, May 26th

  • Educational Studies Senior Seminar Presentations: The School-to-Prison Pipeline
    • Please join the educational studies senior concentrators as they present their final projects on the School-to-Prison Pipeline. Possible topics discussed: • The case for why the community needs to amend out “willful ignorance” about this issue • Statistics, graphs, etc. that paint an accurate portrait of the current situation • A discussion of the factors that contribute to the school-to-prison pipeline • Some specific suggestions for how to stop the school-to-prison pipeline • Time for audience questions
    • 12:00 pm, Library Athenaeum

October 2011

Thursday, October 27th

  • Alumni Teaching Panel
    • Interested in teaching? Come to an informal panel discussion on what it’s like to be a teacher. Come eat pizza, hear about the rewards and challenges of teaching, and hear about how these alums got their positions.
    • 6:00 pm, Willis 114

January 2012

Thursday, January 12th

Tuesday, January 17th

Thursday, January 19th

March 2012

Thursday, March 1st

  • Louis Porter II Poetry Reading
    • Twin Cities poet, writer, and teacher, Louis Porter II, will be giving a public performance during common time in Nourse Little Theatre.
    • 12:00 pm, Nourse Little Theater

May 2012

Wednesday, May 9th

Thursday, May 10th

Thursday, May 17th

Tuesday, May 22nd

  • The Way of the Future
    • The Way of the Future: What the Charter School Movement Tells Us About the American Educational System
    • 12:00 pm, Alumni Guest House Meeting Room

May 2013

Wednesday, May 8th

  • Lance McCready '90 talk
    • Lance McCready'90 "Advancing Queer of Color Analysis in Urban Education; Reflections of School Reform and Intervention for Black Male Youth"
    • 4:30 pm, Leighton 304

Tuesday, May 14th

February 2014

Thursday, February 27th

May 2014

Tuesday, May 13th

Wednesday, May 21st

Thursday, May 22nd

June 2014

Tuesday, June 3rd

October 2014

Tuesday, October 28th

  • Ed Studies Dinner and a Movie
    • Join the Ed Studies Department for a viewing of Ivory Tower: Is College Worth the Cost? Tamales from El Triunfo! Tue. 10-28-14 5:30 pm
    • 5:30 pm, Weitz 236

Wednesday, October 29th

  • Alumni Teaching Panel
    • Are you interested in teaching? Join us for the Alumni Teaching Panel, 10-29-14, 6:00pm in Willis 114.
    • 6:00 pm, Willis 114

February 2015

Wednesday, February 4th

  • Educational Studies Open House
    • Stop by the Ed Studies dept, Willis 102 for our Winter Open House. Take a study break and EAT CUPCAKES!
    • 4:00 pm, Willis 102

April 2015

Tuesday, April 14th

May 2015

Thursday, May 14th

October 2015

Thursday, October 22nd

Wednesday, October 28th

  • Alumni Teaching Panel
    • Stop by for pizza and an informal panel discussion on the rewards and challenges of teaching and how to get a teaching license at Carleton.
    • 6:00 pm, Willis 114

January 2016

Tuesday, January 26th

  • Lunch Reception with Lance McCready '90
    • Join us for a short talk and discussion with Lance McCready '90, Associate Professor of Multicultural Education at the Univ of San Fran.
    • 12:00 pm, Willis 102

February 2016

Tuesday, February 2nd

  • Tested
    • Documentary film, "Tested" showing at 7:00pm in Weitz Cinema followed by Q&A
    • 7:00 pm, Weitz Cinema

Monday, February 15th

  • Ed Studies Winter Open House
    • Meet faculty, learn about becoming a concentrator or getting your teaching license. Hot Chocolate Bar and Cupcakes! Everyone welcome!
    • 4:00 pm, Willis 102

April 2016

Tuesday, April 12th

  • Comedian Jenny Yang
    • Carleton College Welcomes Jenny Yang, Writer and Stand Up Comedian, Tue April, 12th 6:00 PM, Performance and Q&A, Free Admission, Great Hall
    • 6:00 pm, Great Hall

Tuesday, April 26th

May 2016

Wednesday, May 11th

Thursday, May 19th

Tuesday, May 24th

  • The Mask You Live In, movie screening
    • Follow boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.
    • 6:30 pm, Weitz 236

Wednesday, May 25th

Tuesday, May 31st

October 2016

Wednesday, October 19th

  • Ed Studies Movie Night
    • Underwater Dreams, sponsored by Ed Studies, Leighton 305, Oct. 19, 7-9PM
    • 7:00 pm, Leighton 305

Friday, October 21st

November 2016

Wednesday, November 2nd

  • Alumni Teaching Panel
    • Stop by for pizza and an informal panel discussion on the rewards and challenges of teaching and how to get a teaching license at Carleton.
    • 6:00 pm, Willis 144

Thursday, November 10th

  • Breakthrough Twin Cities
    • Representatives on campus for Breakthrough Twin Cities, Thursday, Nov. 10, common time, Leighton 303
    • 12:00 pm, Leighton 303

February 2017

Wednesday, February 15th

  • Ed Studies Winter Open House
    • Hot chocolate! Cakewalk cupcakes! Info about the Ed Studies concentration and teacher licensure program
    • 3:30 pm, Willis 102

April 2017

Tuesday, April 18th

Thursday, April 27th

  • Elizer Darris Talk
    • Elizer Darris, Dangerous Minds: How the Journey for Knowledge Redeemed My Life, 4-27-17, 4pm, Leighton 305
    • 4:00 pm, Leighton 305

May 2017

Tuesday, May 2nd

Wednesday, May 24th

  • Ed Studies End of the Year Celebration
    • Join us for Tapas and Italian Sodas as we congratulate our graduating seniors, and celebrate our concentrators and licensure candidates!
    • 3:30 pm, Weitz Center LOME

June 2017

Friday, June 9th

February 2018

Thursday, February 22nd

April 2018

Tuesday, April 17th

  • Beyond Standing Rock
    • A documentary film shines a spotlight on the Dakota Access pipeline protest and the conflict over independence, land and resources.
    • 7:00 pm, Weitz Cinema

Thursday, April 26th

October 2018

Wednesday, October 24th

  • Alumni Teaching Panel
    • Hear from current teachers who licensed through the Carleton Teacher Licensure Program about the rewards and challenges of teaching.
    • 6:00 pm, Willis 114

February 2019

Tuesday, February 26th

April 2019

Monday, April 15th

  • A Place to Stand
    • A film inspired by Jimmy Santiago Baca's memoir, "A Place to Stand."
    • 7:00 pm, Boliou 104

Wednesday, April 17th

  • An Evening with Jimmy Santiago Baca
    • Jimmy Santiago Baca will give a reading from his new book, "When I Walk through That Door, I Am: An Immigrant Mother's Quest"
    • 7:00 pm, Kracum Performance Hall

Thursday, April 25th

May 2019

Wednesday, May 8th

Wednesday, May 29th

June 2019

Tuesday, June 4th

October 2019

Thursday, October 31st

November 2019

Wednesday, November 6th

  • Alumni Teaching Panel
    • Alumni Teaching Panel, Wednesday, November 6, 6-7:30PM, Willis 114
    • 6:00 pm, Willis 114

Thursday, November 14th

  • Reading by Deborah Appleman
    • Professor Appleman will be reading from her latest book "Words no Bars Can Hold"
    • 7:00 pm, Moon Palace Books, 3032 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis

February 2020

Tuesday, February 11th

Monday, February 17th

Thursday, February 27th

April 2020

Thursday, April 16th

May 2020

Thursday, May 14th

October 2020

Tuesday, October 13th

Thursday, October 22nd

Monday, October 26th

Tuesday, October 27th

Wednesday, October 28th

Friday, October 30th

September 2021

Tuesday, September 21st

October 2021

Thursday, October 7th

  • Majors and Minors Fair
    • Wondering what to major in? Confused about different interdisciplinary programs? Everything you need to know is here.
    • 6:30 pm, Sevy Great Hall

Tuesday, October 26th

  • Alumni Teacher Panel
    • Join us for a lively discussion on the rewards and challenges of teaching, with our current student teachers and alumni.
    • 6:00 pm, Willis 114

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