- What's Up, Doc?
Distinguished Scholars Lecture
- "It Tore Through The Rock and The Mountains": Earthquakes, Faults and People in Hispaniola
The Caribbean Plate is moving eastward with respect to much larger North and South American plates.
- Engaging Multi-Dialectalism in the Classroom: Towards a Culturally and Linguistically Sustaining Pedagogy
The Provost's Distinguished Lecture Series and the York WAC Program present the 3rd Writing Across the Curriculum Colloquium.
- Cancelled Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture-Nancy Morejón
With Eyes and Soul: Images of Cuba
- Distinguished Provost Lecture
Ghosts and Skeletons of Political Violence in our National Closets “The past exists in order that we forget it” (Howard Jacobson, J)
- Punishment and Crime in the Caribbean
Research Conversations Series with Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith Provost & Senior Vice President Office of Academic Affairs
- Slavery Today: Bondage and Abolition in the 21st Century
Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture presents Dr. Zoe Trodd – Harvard University Co-sponsored by the Departments of Biology, Social Sciences, History & Philosophy, the African-American Studies Center and York College Auxiliary Enterprises.
- An Evening With Edwidge Danticat
A conversation with the distinguished Haitian writer, Edwidge Danticat.
- Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities for Africa
Dr. Balgis Osman-Elasha
(Senior Researcher at the Higher Council for Environment and Natural Resources in Sudan)
- Elizabeth Nunez - Anna In-Between
Please join Dr. Nunez as she speaks about her latest work as part of the Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series at York College.