Welcome to the Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia....
Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia Speaker Series
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Photo above features Frank Islam (left) and Dr. Sanjay Rai (right). The artwork behind Mr. Islam and Dr. Rai was created by David Carter, the chair of the Germantown Art Department, as a gift from the College to Mr. Islam.
Frank Islam Receives Interfaith Leadership Award - November 2016
Afghan-American Author Draws Crowd
Our multicultural campuses continue to draw writers from diverse backgrounds to engage with students and faculty. Nadia Hashimi's discussion of her novel The Pearl That Broke Its Shell this week on the Germantown Campus drew a crowd of 400 avid readers. Exploring themes of gender, cultural inheritance, and Afghanistan’s judicial system, the story is a vibrant window into a nation where the US has been at war for over a decade. The author answered a wide variety of questions that touched on the education of women, history, and sociology, and signed books following her presentation.
The following is a list of speakers for the Spring 2017 Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia.
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Justyne Fischer, Award Winning Artist and Educator: Tuesday, February 7th - 2:00 - 3:00 PM, Germantown, HT 216
Amy Nutt, Author: Wednesday, February 8th - 12:00 PM, Germantown, Globe Hall
Dwight Watkins, Author: Tuesday, February 21th - 11:00 AM, Cultural Arts Theatre 1, Takoma Park/Silver Spring; Tuesday, February 21th - 7:00 PM, Globa Hall, Germantown
Kiese Laymon, Author: Tuesday, March 28th -12:30 PM, Globa Hall, Germantown
Aminatta Forna, Author: Thursday, April 6th - 11:00 AM, Globe Hall , Germantown
Vaddey Ratner, Author: Tuesday, April 18th - 7:00 PM, Globe Hall, Germantown
Kathy Bullock, Musician/Performer/Professor: Tuesday, April 25th - 7:00 PM, Globe Hall, Germantown
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