Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you notice any events excluded from our calendar or have a correction, let us know in the comments or email

Check out Bwog’s event’s calendar, which will attempt to compile every campus event across departments and student groups into one easily accessible Google Calendar! We’re still working out some technical difficulties on our end, but if you have any suggestions, issues, or want to make sure your event is included, drop us a line in the comments or by emailing

Student Event Spotlight

A new semester means new student events! If your club or organization is interested in having your event featured in our weekly roundup, please submit them to or DM us on Instagram @bwog.


  • On Thursday, November 4, at 8:30 am is Exploring the Power of Mindfulness with Rajiah Williams Leong. The ERM Mindfulness is an online program designed with positive psychology insights and neuroscience research to help participants to experience the present moment with increased acceptance, nurturing curiosity and promoting collaboration.
  • On Thursday, November 4, at 4 pm is Heritability and the Ancestral Present: Still & Moving Images. A conversation between Hillary Chute, preeminent scholar of comics, graphic novels and visual studies, and Elizabeth A. Povinelli on The Inheritance, Povinelli’s graphic memoir a reflection on the powers of imagined geographies, kinship, and history as these cross from the Italian Alps to the American South.
  • On Friday, November 5th is Where Do We Go from Here? Revisiting Black Irish Relations and Responding to a Transnational Moment. The conference will take place on three Fridays in November in partnership with NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. The conference will run online on Friday, November 5; Friday, November 12; and Friday, November 19, from 9 am to 5 pm each day.
    • From 2 to 3:15 pm, Christine Kinealy of Quinnipiac University will speak on “Two Black Women Abolitionists in Ireland, Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield and Sarah Parker Remond”. Moderated by Stephen Small, UC Berkeley.
    • From 3:30 to 4:45 pm, Kim DaCosta of New York University will speak on “How the Irish Became Black: Origin Stories, Genealogies and a Usable Past”. Moderated by Liam Kennedy, University College Dublin Clinton Institute.

An eventful stage via Bwarchives