Tag: Barbara Lewis
- Blackness in the 21st Century
Join Barbara Lewis and a panel of experts as they explore the question of Black identity as it is negotiated and articulated by contemporary African American poets.
- Trotter’s Barbara Lewis to Moderate Discussion Following Birth of a Movement Premiere
In the documentary Birth of a Movement, Bestor Cram and Susan Gray examine William Monroe Trotter's campaign against D.W. Griffith’s 1915 film The Birth of a Nation. The film will be screened Monday, January 30.
- Trotter’s Barbara Lewis Moderates Discussion After Screening of Birth of a Movement Premiere
In Birth of a Movement, Bestor Cram and Susan Gray examine the controversy around D.W. Griffith’s 1915 film The Birth of a Nation. The film has its theatrical premiere in Somerville.
- Trotter Institute Director to Discuss Phillis Wheatley on May 8 at Boston Public Library
Barbara Lewis will be exploring the world into which poet Phillis Wheatley stepped on the eve of the commonwealth's freedom era.
- Watch Livestream of Trotter Institute Director’s Take on History & Culture of Harlem and Its Theatre
Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, will be speaking at the National Theatre Conference's convening in New York City on Friday, December 4 at 2 p.m.
- Trotter Institute Director to Take Part in Talkback Following Oct. 8 Arts Emerson Play
Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, will take part in a talkback following Arts Emerson's October 8 production of Mr. Joy.
- Trotter Institute Director Earns Opportunity to Study Theater in Palestine
Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, leaves for Palestine on Wednesday, where she will spend nearly two weeks visiting research institutes and cultural institutions in the West Bank.
- The Amen Corner: A Staged Reading to Benefit the Trotter Institute
Boston's celebrity cast is part of a national initiative taking place in 25 cities across the country to honor the 25th anniversary of author James Baldwin's passing.