On this episode of UNLV Speaks: Associate Professor of Political Science from the University of Strathclyde, Zachary Greene provides a lecture on how political parties handle internal disagreements while forming platform stances.
On this episode of UNLV Speaks: poet, writer, and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib explores the significance of musical acts–from Carly Rae Jepsen and My Chemical Romance to Nina Simone and A Tribe Called Quest.
On this episode of UNLV Speaks: Assistant Professor of Spanish Jose Francisco Robles presents, “A New World for the Republic of Letters… The Enlightenment in Eighteenth-century Mexico.” This talk discusses the figures of enlightenment era Mexico, exploring their impact and environment in the changing context of the new world.
On this episode of UNLV Speaks: Whiting Award-winning writer, renowned speaker, and criminal justice reform advocate Mitchell S. Jackson discusses his work.
On this episode of UNLV Speaks: the Black Mountain Institute presents its breakout fiction writer, Wayetu Moore. Moore brings us an excerpt from her new book, “She Would Be King” which re-imagines the creation of Liberia through magical realism.