Storytelling Across Taylor Swift’s Eras

Taylor Swift’s music spans ten eras over seventeen years from her debut to her most recent album, Midnights. Join Dr. Catherine Fairfield, Postdoctoral Teaching Associate in English, as we unpack how Swift draws on histories of women’s storytelling through the writing and aesthetics of her eras. We will explore literary and cultural heritages such as gothic literature and confessional writing to understand how Swift creates honest, relatable stories that connect with diverse global audiences.

Inaugural bell hooks Symposium Northeastern University Oakland

The Africana Studies Program invite you to the inaugural bell hooks symposium at Northeastern University Oakland, honoring the life and legacy of the trailblazing Black feminist scholar bell hooks. This symposium’s theme is Education as the Practice of Freedom: Black Feminism in Action.

Third Annual bell hooks Symposium: Black Feminist Worldmaking

The Africana Studies Program invites you to the third annual bell hooks symposium honoring the life and legacy of the trailblazing Black feminist scholar bell hooks (1952-2021). This year’s theme is Black Feminist Worldmaking.

The Marketplace – Holiday Edition

Northeastern University Alumni Relations is proud to host this annual market once again this year. Featuring our own community members as store vendors, join us in supporting student, staff and alumni entrepreneurs! Check out the wide range of businesses, including artwork, beauty products, sustainable goods, and indulgent treats. 

Department of Theatre presents The Moors

The Moors plunges us into the very serious world of the Brönte sisters: grand houses, traditional families, England in the 1800s.  Wait— what?  Nobody in The Moors talks like that, and there’s barely a house— we can’t even tell what room we’re in, or who the maid is.  How did Wuthering Heights get to be funny? The only constant is turmoil as passionate women conspire to take control of their own lives.  Emotions and desires run high, especially for the most introspective of all the characters: the dog.

NU@Noon: Holiday Pops 2023

Start the holiday season with the Boston Holiday Pops, celebrating 50 years at Symphony Hall! Enjoy some holiday cheer with you and your families through a special NU@Noon package inclusive of tickets, parking, and a pre-concert dessert reception.

CAMD NYC Alumni and Friends

Gather with fellow Northeastern/CAMD alumni and friends in the New York City area!

An Evening with Selenis Leyva

Join us for an evening with award winning actress Selenis Leyva!

This event is the first of the 2023-24 Latinxs and Comedy Speaker series, hosted by the Latinx, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies (LLACS) Program.

Hanson Lecture feat. Paterson Joseph

Join the Northeastern community for the 2023 Hanson Lecture featuring actor and writer Paterson Joseph. His recent novel, The Secret Diaries of Charles Ignatius Sancho was released in the UK this past October and is already long-listed for the Walter Scott Award for Historical Fiction there. 

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