A discussion on Eve Ewing’s poetry in her book 1919. In this interview, MVCC Counselor Shanya Gray interviews Dr. Janice Tuck Lively of Professor of English at Elmhurst College and author of fiction and non-fiction. This talk is part of our One Book, One College program on Ewing’s 1919.
Political Science professors Merri Fefles-Dunkle and Kevin Navratil discuss the results from the 2020 Presidential, House, Senate, and Graduated Income Tax Amendment.
Political Science professors Merri Fefles-Dunkle, Dr. Deron Schreck, and Kevin Navratil will discuss the 2020 Presidential, House, Senate, and Graduated Income Tax Amendment.
Political Science professor Kevin Navratil will discuss why the Electoral College was created, the process of electing the president, and benefits and drawbacks of this electoral system versus electing the president by a nationwide popular vote. This event is organized by the MVCC Democracy Commitment.
In addition to being a sociologist and poet, Eve Ewing also writes for Marvel comics. CBR calls Ewing’s Ironheart “a breath of fresh air”, and The Mary Sue celebrates Ewing’s development of Riri Williams: “We get to really see the psychological weight of what it means to be young, gifted, and black”. This discussion will dig into Ewing’s impact on the Marvel universe. This event is part of our One Book, One College Program.
With concern over the Covid-19 Pandemic dominating all aspects of society, join political science and history faculty members Kevin Navratil, Jim McIntyre and Josh Fulton for a discussion of how the United States has grappled with disease outbreaks in the past. From Yellow Fever to Spanish Flu, come understand how Americans coped and how governments sought to combat the threats of disease.
Literature faculty discuss poems in Eve Ewing’s book 1919. This discussion will explore history through the lens of poetry while connecting Ewing’s works to other historic and contemporary poets and artists.This event is part of our One Book, One College Program.
Faculty and staff were invited to record their reactions to Eve Ewing’s book 1919. Thanks to Dewitt Scott, Amani Wazwaz, Merrie Fefles, and Shanya Gray for offering this thoughts on 1919.
History faculty explore the historic context of Eve Ewing’s book 1919. They will look at the early 20th Century but also connect Ewing’s work to broader Chicago & US history. This event is part of our One Book, One College Program.
Librarians host a discussion with MVCC Counselors about staying mentally healthy during this time of social isolation. This is part 2 of the discussion which focuses on Mental Illness, Suicide Prevention, and Domestic Violence.