Oberlin College and Conservatory

Lectures/Symposia/Workshops Events

October 26 - November 1, 2018

Monday, October 29

Social Dynamics of Opioid Use Harm Reduction: Erin Fanning Madden ’07

"Social Dynamics of Opioid Use Harm Reduction," presented by Erin Fanning Madden '07, assistant professor of sociology and public health, University of Texas...

Chemistry & Biochemistry Special Seminars

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry hosts three candidates for the position of assistant professor of analytical chemistry. As part of the...

Counternarratives

Visiting artist Alexandra Bell gives a lecture on her Counternarratives project and the large-scale works she is installing on the facades of two campus...

From Edward Snowden to the Las Vegas Shooting: A Conversation with Anthony Lang (P '21)

Join us in this discussion, "From Edward Snowden to the Las Vegas Shooting: A Conversation with Anthony Lang, P '21," who is the senior feld legal counsel...

Tuesday, October 30

Q&A (and pizza) with Music Industry Executives Bruce Lampcov '77 and Jumee Park '99

Have lunch in an informal setting with music industry executives, Bruce Lampcov and Jumee Park who will chat about their careers that include signing major...

Send Nudes?

Send Nudes?: A frank conversation and workshop on dating in the digital age, covering Tinder, ghosting, sexting, and more. Presented by Caitlin Tully from...

Guest Lecture: Khari Joyner, cello

A guest lecture by Khari Joyner, cello. -- Read more about Khari Joyner.

Wednesday, October 31

Chemistry & Biochemistry Special Seminars

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry hosts three candidates for the position of assistant professor of analytical chemistry. As part of the...

Thursday, November 1

Mathematics Pizza Lunch

Please join the Department of Mathematics for a Pizza Lunch with speakers Assistant Professor Lola Thompson and Assistant Professor Ben Linowitz, whose topic...

Empire of Water: Art and Environment in Northern Song Dynasty China

Lecture by Liu Heping, associate professor of art history at Wellesley College. The talk examines connections between art and the two largest water projects...

Hope for the Family: The Effects of Merit Aid Programs on Parental Outcomes, by Olga Malkova

"Hope for the Family: The Effects of Merit Aid Programs on Parental Outcomes," is a talk by Olga Malkova, assistant professor of economics, Gatton College of...

Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada: Barry Eidlin '96

"Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada," presented by Barry Eidlin '96, assistant professor of sociology, McGill University. About the...

First Thursday: Naima J. Keith

Naima J. Keith, deputy director of the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, delivers the keynote address for “Creating Space: Curating Black...

October 26 - November 1, 2018