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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Wed, Nov 13, 2019

Event poster featuring photos of Angelina Aspuac and a crowd of women and babies, all wearing brightly colored traditional clothing and blankets

“Art as Territory: The Story of Maya Weavers Advocating for Collective Intellectual Property Rights in Guatemala”

Angelina Aspuac will give a talk titled “Art as Territory: The Story of Maya Weavers Advocating for Collective Intellectual Property Rights in Guatemala.” This talk, sponsored by the Department of Political Science at Amherst College along with funding from the Lamont Funds, is free and open to the public.

Black-and-white headshot of Joseph O'Neill

CHI Salon: Joseph O'Neill Reading and Book Talk

4:30 pm Frost Library, Center for Humanistic Inquiry

Ploughshares at Emerson College called Good Trouble, Joseph O’Neill’s new book of short stories, “[f]unny and fierce ... [a]n essential book, full of unexpected bursts of meaning and beauty.” O’Neill also wrote the novels The Breezes, This Is the Life, The Dog and Netherland, which won the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction and the Kerry Group Irish Fiction Award. He has also written a family history, Blood-Dark Track. He lives in New York City and teaches at Bard College.
Childcare and refreshments will be provided at the reading.

Kris Mereigh

Talk and Tacos with Kris Mereigh: Success Is Greater Than Your Achievements

The pressure to achieve is immense! Speaker Kris Mereigh provides insight into how to combat the success paradigm with tools you already possess—authenticity, empathy and vulnerability—to access the life you truly want! Tacos from Chipotle. Sponsored by the Wellness Team.

TEDx Amherst College

TEDx Amherst College

Amherst College plays host to TEDx on the theme “changing worlds.” TEDx brings the spirit of TED’s mission of ideas worth spreading to local communities around the globe and provides the opportunity to be a part of the narrative. Our lineup includes two Amherst College students and two Amherst College professors.

Tickets Required
Registration Required
Graphically Yours: Express your sexuality with cubes, cannoli, and conversation!

Graphically Yours: Express your Sexuality with Cubes, Cannoli, and Conversation!

Engage in a positive discourse surrounding sex and sexuality through a gallery walk and graph-making activity! Partnering with the Graphic Sex Project, the Student Health Educators present over 100 graphs mapping out various sexual experiences and desires. Feel free to take some cannoli, walk through the gallery of graphs, and even make your own graph if you choose! Drop-in any time from 7-9 pm November 13 at the Powerhouse.