Mandel Lectures in the Humanities – Between Heaven and Harlem: James Baldwin's Beginnings

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Date: 
Thu, 31/03/2022 - 16:30
Venue: 
Brandeis University, Mandel Center for the Humanities, G03

The goal of the Mandel Lectures in the Humanities is to promote the study of the humanities at Brandeis University. The series launched in 2011, following the 2010 opening of the Mandel Center for the Humanities.

Each year, prominent scholars deliver a series of three lectures and conduct an informal seminar during their stay on campus. The series is unique in its rotation of disciplines or fields within the humanities and humanistic social sciences. Following the completion of each year's lectures, the talks are published in book form for Brandeis University Press. The resulting series of books reflects both the interdisciplinary mission of the Mandel Center, and the wide range of extraordinary work being done in the humanities today.

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