The Arts and Letters Powerful Visions Lecture Series was launched in 2004. Through the generous support of the Huntington Library Research Department, the lectures are held in the month of February in the Overseers’ Room usually at mid-day... more.
The Art Department is a vibrant community of artists; designers, educators and historians dedicated to helping future generations realize their dreams. The department offers a Visiting Artist Lecture Series and exhibitions by undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, as well as professional artists. more.
The American Communities Program (ACP) at the California State University, Los Angeles promotes humanities-based inquiry into the formation of individual and communal identities in American society. See the wide range of ACP lectures, programming and community engagement projects. more.
The Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities (CSGS) lives at the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, ability, age, class, culture, and nation. We believe that knowledge flows from the connections among faculty, students, and the communities within and beyond the university.
David L. Kubal (1936-1982) was raised in Chicago, attended Marmion Military Academy, and received his B.A. in English from the University of Notre Dame.... more.
This series, one of the longest running and most prestigious in the U.S., was established in 1986 by friends and supporters of Jean Burden to honor her achievements as a poet, essayist, editor, teacher and scholar... more.
In 2004 the British Council chose two American universities--Cal State L.A. in the West and Georgetown University in the East—to host this pilot program... more.
All talks are free and open to the public... more.