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Humanities Radio Hour on Artists on Art: “Language of Conservation with Daniel Guevara and Claudio Campagna”

Center for Cultural Studies Colloquium Series: Matthew Fuller “In Praise of Plasticity”

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Jewish Studies Open House

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Living Writers: Tongo Eisen-Martin

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Critical Conversations in Cultural Heritage

Ethics and Language of Conservation Colloquium

Linguistics Colloquium: Junko Ito

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The Fluidity of Status: A Seminar with Tanya Golash-Boza & Rhacel Parreñas (Non-citizenship Series)

Common Front for the Right to Housing in Bucharest

The Fluidity of Status: Non-citizenship, Deportation, and Indentured Mobility: A Conversation with Tanya Golash-Boza and Rhacel Parreñas

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Undergraduate Digital Research Symposium

Zac Zimmer: “Conquest, Contact, and Cosmovision: SF Rewritings of the Conquest of the Americas”

The Helen Diller Family Endowment Distinguished Lecture in Jewish Studies

Spanish Colloquium: Ximena Briceño, “A vuelo de pájaro: Vallejo y Arguedas”

The “Light” Revolution and its aftermaths: Protest, resistance and performing Eastern Europe

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Humanities Earth Day

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PhD+: Humanities Townhall to Discuss Graduate Education for Graduate Students and Faculty

Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Jaclyn N. Schultz

Lothar Von Falkenhausen: “Trying to Do the Right Thing to Protect the World’s Cultural Heritage: One Committee Member’s Tale”

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Traci Brynne Voyles: “Wastelanding: Legacies of Uranium Mining in Navajo Country”

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Eric Porter, “‘The Future Appears Both Bleak and Promising’: The Politics of Jet Noise Around SFO”

Traci Brynne Voyles: “Can a Sea be a Settler? California’s Salton Sea and Settler Colonial Frames for Thinking about Environmental (Justice) History”

The Politics of Belonging: Moroccan Communist Jews, French Empire, and Nationalisms in the 20th Century

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Pictures & Progress: Black Panther, 1966-2016 closing reception

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Alumni Weekend 2017

Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Baizhu Chen

Linguistics Colloquium: Ashwini Deo

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Alumni Weekend 2017

Ethics and the Language of Conservation

Humanities Mix & Mingle

Graduate Alumni Panel Discussions

Teach-in with Gina Dent: “Ex Post Facto: How to respond to a ‘post-truth’ world”

Graduate Alumni Networking Mixer

An Immersion into Dickensian Cocktails

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Alumni Weekend 2017

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Humanists@Work: Graduate Career Workshop in Silicon Valley

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Digital Pedagogy Showcase

“What’s Left of Progressive Politics?”

In the Ruins of the Present: Neoliberalism and Cruel Populism Suffocate the Future

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Chris Connery: “Contemporary Chinese Capitalism and Its Critical Landscape”

Earl Jackson: “Critical Conditions: Japanese Film Theory and Practice”

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Living Writers: Tsering Wangmo Dhompa & Eric Sneathen

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PhD+: Mentorship

Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Danielle Crawford

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