On this episode, Professor of English Charles Hatfield presents ‘Mythology in Newsprint: Jack Kirby on Heroes, Demigods, and Comic Book Fandom.’ Charles Hatfield discusses Kirby’s development as a comic book artist and storyteller. Through this exploration, we see and how Kirby’s die hard work ethic helped shape many of the characters and stories we love today!
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.