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Drop by the Newcomb Art Museum on Second Saturdays this fall for guided exhibition tours focusing on different themes present in the current tricentennial show, EMPIRE, led by different faculty and staff from Tulane.
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Drop by the Newcomb Art Museum on Second Saturdays this fall for guided exhibition tours focusing on different themes present in the current tricentennial show, EMPIRE, led by different faculty and staff from Tulane.
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The Newcomb Alumnae Book Club is meeting near you!
Hosted by Jennifer Kemp Cruseturner (NC '04).
Please RSVP to jenkemp7@gmail.com or 504-296-0716 by October 7th.
Don't forget to check into our Facebook event too!
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Newcomb alumnae in the Denver area and discuss Sing, Unburied, Sing, by two-time National Book Award winner and Tulane professor Jesmyn Ward.
Overview:

The Newcomb Alumnae Book Club is meeting near you!
Hosted by Jennifer Kemp Cruseturner (NC '04).
Please RSVP to jenkemp7@gmail.com or 504-296-0716 by October 7th.
Don't forget to check into our Facebook event too!
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Newcomb alumnae in the Denver area and discuss Sing, Unburied, Sing, by two-time National Book Award winner and Tulane professor Jesmyn Ward.
Overview:

The Newcomb Alumnae Book Club is meeting near you!
Hosted by Jennifer Kemp Cruseturner (NC '04).
Please RSVP to jenkemp7@gmail.com or 504-296-0716 by October 7th.
Don't forget to check into our Facebook event too!

Join Newcomb Art Museum for Diasporic Conversation, the book launch of "“Political Blackness in Multiracial Britain." It will be an evening of music, reading, and commentary to launch Tulane professor Mohan Ambikaipaker's newly released book from the University of Pennsylvania Press. The evening will feature New Orleans jazz artist and Healing Room creator Michaela Harrison, accompanied by Joy Clark, and featuring professor Courtney Desiree Morris from Pennsylvania State University's African American Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

Join Newcomb Art Museum for Diasporic Conversation, the book launch of "“Political Blackness in Multiracial Britain." It will be an evening of music, reading, and commentary to launch Tulane professor Mohan Ambikaipaker's newly released book from the University of Pennsylvania Press. The evening will feature New Orleans jazz artist and Healing Room creator Michaela Harrison, accompanied by Joy Clark, and featuring professor Courtney Desiree Morris from Pennsylvania State University's African American Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

The Newcomb Alumnae Book Club is meeting near you!
Hosted by Livvy Lipson (NC '68) and Wendy Ludwig (NC '64).
Please RSVP to livvy.lipson@traveledge.com or 770-843-3150 by October 9th.
Don't forget to check into our Facebook event too!
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Newcomb alumnae in the Atlanta area and discuss Sing, Unburied, Sing, by two-time National Book Award winner and Tulane professor Jesmyn Ward.
Overview:

The Newcomb Alumnae Book Club is meeting near you!
Hosted by Livvy Lipson (NC '68) and Wendy Ludwig (NC '64).
Please RSVP to livvy.lipson@traveledge.com or 770-843-3150 by October 9th.
Don't forget to check into our Facebook event too!
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Newcomb alumnae in the Atlanta area and discuss Sing, Unburied, Sing, by two-time National Book Award winner and Tulane professor Jesmyn Ward.
Overview:

The Newcomb Alumnae Book Club is meeting near you!
Hosted by Livvy Lipson (NC '68) and Wendy Ludwig (NC '64).
Please RSVP to livvy.lipson@traveledge.com or 770-843-3150 by October 9th.
Don't forget to check into our Facebook event too!
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Newcomb alumnae in the Atlanta area and discuss Sing, Unburied, Sing, by two-time National Book Award winner and Tulane professor Jesmyn Ward.
Overview:

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