Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Our blog has moved to !  This year we are doing something new and exciting. We have started a new blog on which we will be discussing what is happening in our world and in our community through an intercultural lense. We would love to hear your ideas so please comment on our blog. Pieces written by members of our community are also welcome!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Intercultural Dating
Dana Commons Fish Bowl
Friday 4/19/13

Join The Office of Intercultural Affairs and Professor DeMarco from the Philosophy Department (who also teaches the Philosophy of Love) for a discussion of intercultural dating. We will be juxtaposing the different dating practices from different regions. Come prepared to share your experiences with intercultural dating!

Light Refreshments will be served!
For special accomodations contact Deviyani Dixit at

Jenny Boylan shared her amazing experiences!

On Thursday night, Professor Jennifer Boylan brought an enthusiastic and diverse crowd to Atwood Hall. There were many students and staff as well as many members of the Worcester community. She shared riveting passages from her last book She's Not There and a passage from her new book Stuck in the Middle With You. Many people of different backgrounds found her to be very personable and relatable. Thank you to Professor Boylan for sharing your story with us! Thank you to all of our co-sponsors who helped make this event possible.


Monday, March 25, 2013

Jennifer Finney Boylan
Thursday, April 11
Atwood Hall

Professor Jennifer (Jenny) Boylan is the best-selling author of her memoir, She's Not There, in which she describes the details of her transition from male to female. After the surgery and after coming out, Professor Boylan's wife stayed with her and they remain happily married with their two children. She has appeared on CNN, Oprah, NPR, and CBS, among others. Professor Boylan, the Director of the Creative Writing Program at Colby College, is an inspirational and enthusiastic speaker on issues of gender-identity and transgender rights.
This spring, Professor Boylan will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of She's Not There and will be touring for her new book Stuck In The Middle With You: Parenthood in Three Genders.
Jenny Boylan came to Clark once before in 2009. Jenny spoke to a packed house in Atwood Hall and it was very well received by the Clark community. Please join us to welcome her once more to Clark University.

Monday, March 11, 2013

The Interrupters
Thursday 3/28/13
Jefferson 218
6pm to 8pm

Join the Office of Intercultural Affairs for a screening of The Interrupters produced by Kartemquin Films in celebration of Black History Month. This documentary is about 3 individuals in Chicago who try to protect their neighborhoods from violence. It takes place in a time when Chicago became a national symbol for city violence.
For more information you can visit their website at:

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Real Women ft. Photography by Sue
Grace and Lurie Conference Rooms
Saturday 3/23/13

Join the Office of Intercultural Affairs to celebrate Real Women around the world next Saturday, March 23rd. There will be a phototraphy exhibition featuring photographs of women at Clark taken by Sue. For the second half our program join us on the adventure of a lifetime! We will be following the photographer of this iconic Afghan girl, Steve McCurry, to find her once more.

Telling Her Story
The Grind

During this very special Telling Her Story, we will be having 3 Clark students and 2 Clark staff members telling us about their experiences during Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill. This 5 women met with Massachusetts senators and congressmen to support immigration reform and the Paul Simm Act for Study Abroad. Refreshments will be served.