Events

Feb 14

A Carleton-Based Dialogue w/ Daniel Black

Dr. Daniel Black will engage in thoughtful dialogue with students about issues related to diversity, sexuality, and community at Carleton.

Wednesday, February 14th, 2018
11:10 am – 7:10 pm / Weitz 132, 236 and AGH Meeting Room

Slavery, Sexuality, and Segregation: A Carleton-Based Dialogue w/ Daniel Black
Wednesday, February 14

3a: 11:10AM - 12:20PM, Weitz 132
4a: 12:30PM - 1:40PM, Weitz 236
GSC Dinner: 5:00PM - 6:00PM, Alumni Guest House Meeting Room
OIIL Dinner: 6:00PM - 7:00PM, Alumni Guest House Meeting Room

This is a one-day event hosted by Dr. Daniel Black, a nationally renowned and award-winning novelist, to engage in a thoughtful dialogue with students about issues related to diversity, sexuality, and community at Carleton. Dr. Black's is currently a professor of English and African American Studies at Clark Atlanta University/Morehouse College, and his works are inspired by African-American life and history, encompassing themes of race, religion, and sexuality. This event is sponsored by the Carleton Student Association (CSA), the Office of Intercultural and International Life (OIIL), the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC), the History Department and Critical Conversations at Carleton. Detailed event information is below:

- 3a Classroom discussion - History, Memories & Legacies of Slavery; It's More Than a Black Thing, Weitz 132
 - 4a Lunch - Follow up from 3a discussion, Weitz 236
 - 5:00PM to 6:00PM - Gender and Sexuality Center Dinner, Alumni Guest House Meeting Room
 - 6:00PM to 7:00PM - Office of Intercultural and International Life Dinner, Alumni Guest House Meeting Room

Students are encouraged to attend all events, as these topics are highly intersectional in nature. Food and drink will be provided.

Sponsored by CSA, Critical Conversations, GSC, History Dept, and OIIL. Contact: Thabiti Willis, x4207