CLP: The Cherokee and the American Revolution

Johns Hall 101

Many accounts of the American Revolution focus entirely on the conflict between the British government and the white inhabitants of the 13 Colonies. Yet in reality this milestone event involved many other communities in eastern North America, with the Cherokee Nation playing a particularly significant role. This presentation by Professor John Barrington of the Furman […]

CLP: Targeting homelessness in Greenville: What does it take to achieve ‘safe, affordable homes for all’?

Trone Student Center, Watkins Room

As housing prices increase and the population of Greenville continues to grow, the challenges of finding and keeping safe, affordable housing continue to rise for many of our neighbors. At this CLP, attendees will get a chance to learn about the causes and consequences of homelessness, particularly in Greenville County, through a conversation between Dr. […]

CLP: Theater Delta Interactive Theater for Social Change presents ‘What’s Your Problem?’

McAlister Auditorium

"What's Your Problem?" by Theater Delta Interactive Theater for Social Change is designed to foster dialogue and implement solutions for today's tough challenges. This performance is a hyper-realistic situation about racism, sexism and homophobia in which characters experience a series of conflicts, priming the stage for audience interaction. Furman's Maegan Azar is associate professor of […]

Furman Church Music Conference (cancelled)

Multiple venues on campus 3300 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, SC

The Church Music Conference 2023 including the Friday, Jan. 27, Evensong service is cancelled. Thursday's Hartness Organ Recital on Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Daniel Chapel will still be performed. Furman University presents guest clinicians Rosephanye and William Powell for the 2023 Furman University Church Music Conference. Rosephanye, one of America’s most celebrated composers […]

$50 – $120

CLP: ‘I Am Not Your Data: Sexuality, Caste, History’

Furman Hall 214, McEachern Lecture Hall

Suturing histories of caste and sexuality to histories of protest in India, this talk, "I Am Not Your Data: Sexuality, Caste, History," rearranges the grammar of our ethical engagements with the past and present. At stake are the historical vernaculars - the data - that found the evidentiary regimes of rights and representation for minoritized […]

Furman Showcase

Multiple venues on campus 3300 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, SC

Do you miss being in the classroom? This is your opportunity to learn more about Furman of today and how our commitment to rigorous academics and the whole student continues to shape leaders of tomorrow to provide solutions to real-world issues. Sign up for as many sessions as you desire; specific presentations to be published […]