The churches depicted in these photos by Carlton Wilkinson played a prominent role in the Civil Rights movement, which brought voices from the African diaspora to the forefront of the American psyche.
This collection of artwork by Meleko Mokgosi examines formal and informal forms of resistance.
This recital by Eric Kinsley and colleagues is a journey through the landscape of the baroque, discovering the immense sonic timbres of the harpsichord and harpsichord in ensemble.
The purpose of Peace in Concert is to promote global connection and harmony using the power and inspiration of music and art.
Thousand Oaks campus
There were dragons in old Scandinavia. There were also giants, trolls and ghosts. The trove of stories about such creatures is vast, varied and increasingly a subject of study. This symposium hosts prominent scholars to reflect on it through story, analysis, painting and song.
The final three lectures of the 2019-2020 series focus on the reaction of the Maasai to European colonialism in Africa, Korea’s struggles against colonization by its Asian neighbors, and U.S. domestic resistance to the Vietnam War.
Prominent women in the music industry discuss their diverse careers and share views on the changing face of the industry and the growing presence of women in leading roles.
In this lecture, Carlton Wilkinson uncovers the depth and meaning of Spiritual Bodies, his collection of evocative photographs on display at the Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture.
Join us for a special evening of dance and plática (informal conversation) with New York-based Ballet Nepantla as the group performs a historical ballet highlighting the strength and resilience of women in revolutionary Mexico.
Harold Stoner Clark lectures by Quayshawn Spencer: 11:10 a.m., "When Population Genetics Meets the Metaphysics of Race"; 4 p.m., "A Radical Solution to the Race Problem."