Wellesley in MetroWest: Building Connections Between Campus and Community
The Project for Public Leadership and Action (PPLA) invites Wellesley students, faculty, and staff to meet community organizers and advocates from Framingham, Mass., to discuss current community initiatives and potential Wellesley partnerships. Speakers represent organizations such as MetroWest Worker Center/Casa de Trabajadores, MetroWest Health Foundation, Out MetroWest, and Framingham Public Schools.
the Office of the President, the Working Group on Immigration Policy and the Project for Public Leadership and Action.
Nov 30, 7 PMWôpanâôt8âuhshâôk, A Wampanoag Language Journey
An overview of the Wampanoag language’s place on the Land. This talk will also cover some of its history with respect to initial European contact and discuss language reclamation and the work that brings us to where we are today.Event Date:Monday, November 30, 2020 - 7:00pm
Dec 3, 4–5:15 PMTransatlantic Pacts: America and the Production of Postwar French Literature
Newhouse Center fellow Sara Kippur (Associate Professor of French, Trinity College) will host a presentation on her ongoing research project, a transatlantic literary history of postwar French literature.Event Date:Thursday, December 3, 2020 -4:00pm to 5:15pm