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Kim Stanley Robinson, New York 2140

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Briohny Doyle, “Postapocalypse Now”

Humanities Radio Hour: “Gail Project” with Alan Christy, Shelby Graham, & Irena Polic

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Opening Reception: The Gail Project Exhibition – An Okinawan-American Dialogue

Living Writers Series: Michael Arcega

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“Writing Across Cultures in the Early Modern World” Symposium

Linguistics Colloquium: Ashwini Deo

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Calamities, Prose, Houses: The Art And Writing of Renee Gladman

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Carrie Smith, “Digital Feminist Futures: Creative Resistance, Art Activism, & the Affects of Political Practice”

IDEA Hub Fall Open House

Feminist Studies Colloquium: Fatima Mojaddedi

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Philosophy Colloquium: Jonathan Cohen, “Many Molyneux Questions”

Living Writers Series: Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o

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PhD+: Pedagogy Beyond the College Classroom – Careers in Curriculum Development & Instructional Design

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Taking Scholarship Public: White Supremacy, Medieval Studies, and Mass Media

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María Inés La Greca: “The Collective Shout of ‘Ni una menos’ (‘Not one less’) in the Streets, the Media & the University: Feminists & Women’s Movement Against Gender Violence in Argentina”

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Digital Humanities Happy Hour

No Place Like Home

Living Writers Series: Việt Thanh Nguyễn

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Linguistics Colloquium: Judith Aissen

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Carla Freccero, “Queer/Animal/Theory: Psychoanalysis & Subjectivity”

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Digital Humanities: A Virtual Reality Open House

Informal Reading Seminar on Assembly by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri

Living Writers Series: Renee Tajima-Peña

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Michael Hardt: “Where have all the leaders gone?”

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Najat Abdulhaq, “Unconventional Revision of Narratives: The Emergence of the ‘Arab Jew’ in Contemporary Arabic Literature”

Humanities Radio Hour: “Merchant of Venice” with Sean Keilen, Nathaniel Deutsch, Irena Polic

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Marina Rustow: “The Cairo Geniza and the Middle East’s Archive Problem”

Living Writers Series: Sesshu Foster

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PhD+ : Gateway to Digital Humanities – an Introduction to Digital Methodologies & Resources at UCSC

Feminist Studies Colloquium: “Agrarian Questions in Urban India”

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