Hampden-Sydney College features these events for the students and community.
Creating Conversation Across Lines of Difference
February 26, 2018 @ 6:00 PM
BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS: OSA-Sponsored Trip to “Break Glass” ExhibitLongwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) • Wed, Feb 7, 4pm Harriet Tubman ReenactmentMoton Museum (sponsored by the Moton Museum) • Tue, Feb 13, 6:30pm Afro-Cuban Jazz Lecture & PerformanceCrawley Forum (with Galen Abdur-Razzaq) • Wed, Feb 14, 5pm Accidental Courtesy ScreeningLCVA (sponsored by the LCVA) • Fri, Feb 16, 6pm Klan-Destine Relationships: A Discussion with Daryl DavisWygal Auditorium (sponsored by Longwood University) • Fri, Feb 23, 6:30pm Creating Conversation Across Lines of DifferenceCrawley Forum (with the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities) • Mon, Feb 26, 6pm Civil Rights Organizing: Historical Context and WorkshopCrawley Forum (with Gregory Dear ’10) • Wed, Feb 28, 7pm
Jared Ragland, Everything Is Going To Be All Right
February 26, 2018 @ 7:00 PM
Brinkley 101 - Thompson Commons
In Everything is Going to Be All Right, both traditionally made black and white photographs and digitally sourced appropriated imagery are combined to produce a meditation on Walker Percy’s 1961 novel, The Moviegoer. Made in New Orleans (where the story is set) and largely shot at night, the photographs loosely document a dispossessed urban landscape, particularly the approximate locations of single screen movie theaters that once ubiquitously populated the city. After photographing these locations, I input the theaters’ names – ones like The Tiger, The Cortez, Dreamland, and The Gaiety – into Google image search to create a database of images that shares the landscape photographs’ melancholic tones. The result is a body of work that aims to simultaneously address the plurality of symbolic functions and describe my own personal search for meaning amid feelings of loss, isolation, alienation, and malaise.
The Liberation Movement: A Contextual Discussion on Freedom, the Civil Rights Movement, and Black Lives Matter
February 28, 2018 @ 7:00 PM
GregoryA.Dear,Jr.,10Human Rights Liaison, DC Office of Human RightsCivil Rights Activist, Equal Rights Center Other Black History Month Events at Hampden-Sydney Creating Conversation Across Lines of DifferenceCrawley Forum (with the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities) • Mon, Feb 26, 6pm
March 12, 2018 @ 7:00 PM
Settle Hall - Chairman's Room
Roger Koppl develops a theory of experts and expert failure, and uses a wide range of examples - from forensic science to fashion - to explain the applications of his theory, including state regulation of economic activity. Book signing to follow.Refreshments will be served.
The Big Event Registration
March 14, 2018 @ 11:00 AM
Settle Hall - Pannill Commons Information Table
The Big Event, H-SC's annual campus-wide day of service, is March 17th!Register today!
The Extremes of Virginia
March 15, 2018 @ 6:00 PM
Settle Hall - Board Room Lounge
With his 40+ years of involvement with the Virginia General Assembly, author August Wallmeyer uses a mixture of humor and blunt candor to dissect conditions in The Extremes of Virginia, and offers his thoughts on practical steps to improve economic, social, and cultural conditions for the ten percent of Virginians living there. Wallmeyer has been associated with the Virginia General Assembly for more than 40 years, having covered the legislature as a TV news reporter, served as press secretary and speechwriter for a state Attorney General, written policy and lobbying documents for an energy company and have been the executive director and principal lobbyist for a trade association whose members invested more than $3 billion in Virginia.
The Big Event
March 17, 2018 @ 9:00 AM
Brown 200 Main Lobby 2nd fl
Find more information about The Big Event, Civic Engagement at H-SC, or register for The Big Event.
Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow
March 21, 2018 @ 7:00 PM
This year's Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, Anil Singh-Molares, is a Global entrepreneur, former Microsoft executive, philanthropist, and transformation consultant.Born in Holland and raised in Europe and the United States, Anil Singh-Molares is a global citizen and businessperson. Fluent in Spanish, French, and English, he is a citizen of both the United States and Spain. Drawing on his liberal arts education, cross-cultural upbringing, and managerial skills, Singh-Molares advanced during 1991-2003 from managing a Microsoft foreign language team to overseeing all internationalization vendor relations for the company. Winner of the Microsoft Achievement award, he negotiated all contracts related to internationalization vendors, giving him a deep understanding of international business as well as the pros and cons of outsourcing. Since leaving the software giant, Anil runs his own international services company, Echomundi LLC, and has founded two non-profits, the Preeclampsia Foundation and the Compassionate Action Network (now merged with the Charter for Compassion International). He has also sets up and manages major international events and conferences, and is a transformational consultant, helping people and organizations become their best, truest selves. In his spare time, he loves to cook and plays Flamenco guitar.
Artist Talk: Sam Contis
March 28, 2018 @ 5:00 PM
Photographer, Sam Contis