and Text: Visual Art as Context for World Literature"
presentation by Professor Cameron Dodworth
February 18, 2011
– 5 pm
Center, Room TBA
Presentation by Professor Greg Robinson
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
7 pm –
Center, Room TBA
Committee for Lectures, Concerts & Films, Non-Western Grant
Committee, American Studies Program, Office of Multicultural
“What the Heck is a Dumbek?: Music and
Instrumental Demonstration, from the Medieval to the Baroque”
Thursday, March 3, 2011
5 pm – 6:30 pm
Skutt Student Center, Room 105
Committee for Lectures, Concerts & Films
A Reading by Professor Mary Helen Stefaniak
(Attendance required for all students enrolled in World Literature
II. A DVD will be on
reserve at the library for those who could not attend.)
Monday, April 4, 2011
3:30 pm – 5 pm
Harper Center, Auditorium
World Literature Program
Presentation of Student Works
Some time at the end of April
Other recommended events:
BRIGIT ST. BRIGIT THEATER COMPANY
Critically acclaimed productions of classic and contemporary
plays. Click here for
THE CREIGHTON READING SERIES . Fiction and poetry
readings by visiting and local writers.
for more information.
CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS EVENTS.
Plays, exhibits and other events at the Lied Education Center for
the Arts (LECA), Creighton University. Click here for more
CLASSICS AND NEAR EASTERN STUDIES LECTURES
(for details contact Dr. Martha Habash (email@example.com)
DEPARTMENT OF THEATER, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-OMAHA (for
more information visit
KENEFICK HUMANITIES CHAIR SERIES
For more information click here or contact Fran Minear at
CREIGHTON OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS
Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Creighton
University (click here for current schedule of events or call
(402) 280 2469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information).
JOSLYN MUSEUM. The Joslyn Museum is at 2200 Dodge Street.
In addition to
special exhibitions, the Joslyn Art Museum's permanent
collection features ancient, European, American, Western American,
Native American, and Twentieth-century collections. The Joslyn
Museum is open Tuesday-Saturdays from 10 A.M – 4 P.M and Sundays
12:00-4:00 P.M. For further details visit: http://www.joslyn.org/.
Click here for Educator's Resources and Outreach. For special
exhibits this year