Events

Please note:


Based on University Covid-19 guidelines, all Film and Media events have been cancel through the end of April. The following events have been canceled:


"I want to have some fun too!": Gender, Genre, and Marriage in the Postwar Crime Sitcom
Talk by Prof. Catherine Martin
Thursday, March 26 | 6:00 pm
Olin 11
Details pending.

Women Take the Reel
Half the History Film Screening
Hosted by Jennifer Burton
Monday, March 30 | 7:00 pm
Tisch 304
Brain links to embryonic immunity, guiding response of the "troops" that battle infectionsAttend a sneak peak of two new short films from the Half the History series on women in American history, one on groundbreaking composers Amy Beach and Florence Price, and one on choreographer Ayodele Casel and the history of black female tap dancers. Q&A with director Jennifer Burton and producers from the Tufts Production Team exploring the power of artistic legacy to follow. Hosted by Women Take the Reel Film Festival and Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, & Sexuality GCWS.

Fake News, True Hate Speech: How Programmed Misinformation Aroused Hatred of Minorities and Negatively Impacted Democracy in Brazil
Tuesday, March 31 | 7:00 pm
ASEAN Auditorium 160 Packard Ave
Jean Wyllys Santos is a journalist, writer with five published books, Master in Letters and Linguistics from the Federal University of Bahia; and visiting researcher at ALARI at Hutchins Center (Harvard University). He held two parliamentary mandates for the defense of human and minority rights, the first openly gay congressman in defense of the LGBTQ+ community. He has been exiled since December 2018 due to death threats.

Communications/Media/Marketing Industry Night
Hosted by Tufts Career Services
Tuesday, April 7 | TBD
Industry Nights are an opportunity for Tufts students to: Connect with industry professionals about the named and related industries; Learn about new industries, organizations, emerging trends and roles; Explore different career paths; Strengthen and build confidence in communication and networking competencies; Connect with others who are interested in the same career fields.

Edward R. Murrow Forum on Issues in Journalism: Chris Wallace
Wednesday, April 8 | 12:00 pm
Barnum Hall Room LL008
Join Tisch College for a conversation with Chris Wallace, the featured speaker for the 14th Annual Edward R. Murrow Forum on Issues in Journalism.