Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly, who created the comic anthology ‘Raw,’ spoke on how comic art can engage a broad audience with its rebellious and artistic form.
After years of experience acting on the stage and onscreen, Bryce Pinkham, actor and BC ’05, offered advice on the industry during his lecture on Wednesday.
Beth Lew-Williams delivered a virtual lecture, “The Chinese Must Go: A History of Anti-Asian Violence,” on Sept. 28 as part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
Author Min Jin Lee discussed her development as a writer during her Lowell Humanities Series lecture on Wednesday.
Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland and former U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, connected the fight against climate change to human rights in her Wednesday Lowell Series lecture.
Willie Jennings, a theologian and professor at Yale Divinity School, believes that mistakes made in interpreting God’s word is the root of many social rifts, such as poor race relations and border debates.
“This is American exceptionalism in the 21st century,” Andersen said. “Our drift toward … doing our own thing, and having an altogether uncertain grip on reality has overwhelmed our other exceptional national traits and turned us into a less-developed country as well.”