Related Events


Lecture
Living with Magna Carta 
The Very Reverend Philip Buckler, Dean of Lincoln
Sunday, September 7, 3 pm

Free Admission
In celebration of U.S. Constitution Day, the Clark is free to all on Wednesday, September 17. Galleries are open 10 am–5 pm.

Lecture
Radical Words Speaker Series
Radical Words: Material Worlds 
Professors Christopher Nugent and Edan Dekel, Williams College
Thursday, September 18, 5 pm
Reception to follow; galleries open until 8 pm

Film
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938, 102 minutes)
Saturday, September 20, 2 pm

Lecture
Radical Words Speaker Series
Radical Rewording: Olympe de Gouges's Declaration of the Rights of Women in the French Revolution
Annelle Curulla, assistant professor of French, Williams College
Thursday, October 2, 5 pm
Reception to follow; galleries open until 8 pm

Film
1776 (1972, 166 minutes)
Saturday, October 4, 2 pm

Lecture
Magna Carta as Good as Governance: Environmental Rights as Citizen Rights
Duncan French, head of Lincoln Law School and professor of international law, University of Lincoln, England
Sunday, October 5, 3 pm

Lecture
Radical Words Speaker Series
Radical Encoding: Seeing is Remembering
Thursday, October 9, 5 pm
Reception to follow; galleries open until 8 pm

Lecture
Radical Words Speaker Series
Radical Callings: Social Transgressions and the Black Sermonic Tradition
James Manigault-Bryant, chair and associate professor of Africana studies, Williams College
Thursday, October 16, 5 pm
Reception to follow; galleries open until 8 pm

Film
Constitution USA (2013, 240 minutes)
Saturday, October 25, 11 am–4:30 pm

Family Events
Freedom Family Day
Sunday, November 2, 1 pm–4:30 pm

All events listed above are free and open to the public.

MEMBER EVENTS

Member Gallery Talk 
Wednesday, September 10, 9:15 am

Really Rotten Royals: A Rare Books Talk
Tuesday, October 7, 2 pm

Member Gallery Talk
Wednesday, October 15, 9:15 am

The Magna Carta: Like You’ve Never Seen It
Thursday, October 23, 9:30 am