Gould Center Events 2018-2019

In addition to sponsoring lectures hosted at the Athenaeum, the Gould Center hosts a number of educational, social, and academic events. Below you will find the Center’s programming for the 2018-2019 academic year.

 

North Indian Classical music Workshop

4/24/19, 3:30-5pm | south asian snacks

 

Birth and Renewal: Poetry Reading and Dinner

4/23/19, 5:30PM, Freeburg Dining Room Athenaeum | Dinner served at 6pm

To register, please write to Professor Henri Cole at hcole@cmc.edu

 

Tableau data visualization workshop

4/19/19, 2-4:15pm

Digital humanities research studio of Honnold-Mudd Library

Snacks Will be served

Sign-ups closed.

 

CMC Summer book writing prize event

4/15/19, 4:15pm | refreshments served

A Discussion With the Winners On Their Frankenstein Essays: Sofia Victoria De la Peña and Toluwani Roberts

 

Faculty chat: Professor Hurley of the Philosophy Department

4/12/19, 11am | Bagels, fruit, and coffee will be served

 
 

Creative resume workshop

4/5/19 and 4/12/19, 2-4:15pm

Digital humanities research studio of Honnold-Mudd Library

Snacks Will be served

Sign-ups closed.

 

Love And Vengeance

A Conversation Between Pomona Professor Sarah Raff and Professor Leland de la Durantaye on Hannah Versus the Tree

4/3/19, 4:15-5:30pm

Lower Kravis Court 62

Light refreshments served, and books available for sale

 

Kay Ryan

Poetry Colloquium of the literature department

4/1/19

3:30PM: SYMPOSIUM and q&A (Ath Freeberg lounge)

5:30PM: dinner with reading and Q&A (Ath Parents Dining room)

 

Faculty Chat: Professor Rentz of the Literature Department

Gender and Women's Studies

3/8/19, 1-2PM | Bagels, fruit, and coffee will be served

 

Carl Phillips

Poetry Colloquium of the literature department

3/4/19

3:30PM: SYMPOSIUM and q&A (Ath Freeberg lounge)

5:30PM: dinner with reading and Q&A (Ath Parents Dining room)

 

Open House

2/12, 11:30-1pm

Chipotle Catered & T-Shirt Giveaway

 

Philip Lutgendorf

2/11/19, 3:30-5pm, LC62

 

FACULTY Chat: Professor Selig of the History Department

“LBTQ and the Humanities”

2/8/19, 11am | Bagels, fruit, and coffee will be served

 

Book Reception for Professor Derik Smith of the Literature Department

1/30/19, 3:30-5PM


Past Events

 

Michelle Obama “Becoming” book tour at the forum in Inglewood

11/15/18, 8pm

 

Diwali, Music, and Food

11/8/18, 3-4pm

 

D.A. Powell Poetry Colloquium of the literature department

11/5/18, 3:30pm and 5:30pm

 

Ghouls at the Gould: Humanities Halloween

10/31/18, 11AM-1PM

 

Book Reception for Professors Frangieh and Valencia of the Modern Languages and literature department

10/18/18, 3:30-5pm