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Shakespeare and the Common Good: The Value of a Literary Education

Regina Kunzel: “In Treatment: Psychiatry and the Archives of Modern Sexuality”

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Feminist Studies Colloquium Series: Mikki Stelder

Christopher Newfield: “After the Great Mistake: Fixing Public Universities in the Trump Administration”

Living Writers: PhD Candidates, Creative/Critical Concentration

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Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Rachel Shellabarger

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Rethinking Labor Mobility and Precarity: A Seminar with Guy Standing, Alejandro Grimson, and Biao Xiang

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Labor Mobility and Precarity on a Global Scale: A Symposium with Guy Standing, Alejandro Grimson, and Biao Xiang (Non-citizenship Series)

“The Widow and the Orphan: Stories of Reform in Multigenerational India”

Faculty Research Lecture with Sandra Chung: “Language Through the Lens of Diversity”

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Camillo Gomez-Rivas: “The Ransom Industry and the Expectation of Refuge on the Medieval Western Mediterranean Muslim-Christian Frontier”

adding.sleep(): Race and Refusal in the Indian Tech Diaspora

Spanish Studies Colloquium: Human Rights and US Policy in Post-Coup Honduras: a talk by Dana Frank

Professor Emeritus Andrew Cohen: “Enhancing the Role of Pragmatics in Teacher Education”

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Benjamin Jealous: 33rd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial Convocation

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Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Kyuhyun Han

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Waves Passing in the Night: a Conversation on Astrophysics, Harmony, and Boundaries

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Reading Seminar on Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World

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Gary Wilder: “Black Radicalism/Radical Humanism: W.E.B. Du Bois’s Cooperative Commonwealth”

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Writing Here → Writing There: A Transfer Model for Teaching and Learning

Living Writers: Laura Mullen

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Philosophy@Work: Entrepreneurship and Data Analysis in Educational Consulting and Applied Ethics

Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Yulia Gilichinskaya

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Angel Nieves: 3D Modeling and the Soweto Historic GIS project

Digital Humanities Happy Hour

Sturt Manning: “Tree-Rings and Radiocarbon in the East Mediterranean and Near East”

I Am Not Your Negro – Film Screening and Panel Discussion

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Rick Prelinger: “Silence, Cacophony, Crosstalk: Archival Talking Points”

Spanish Studies Colloquium: Neo-Extractivismo y Cultura en América Latina

Digital Space & Difficult History: Curating The African American and Holocaust Museums

Dark Deleuze in the Dark

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Loess is More: A Spatial and Ecological History of Erosion on Imperial China’s Northwest Frontier

Susanna Schellenberg “Perceptual Consciousness as a Mental Activity”

Living Writers: Micah Perks

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Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Maggie Wander

Grad Slam

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Cultural Studies Talk with Erick Lyle: “Streetopia and Beyond”

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Hillary Angelo: “Manufacturing Gesellschaft: Urbanized Nature and the ‘Green Screen'”

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Feminist Studies Colloquium Series: Omid Mohamadi

Audun Dahl: The Empirical Reality of Moral Reasoning

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The Maghrib Workshop and The Spain-North Africa Project

The Center for Emerging Worlds presents Subversive Sounds: Music and Politics of the Global South

Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Chessa Adsit-Morries

Improvised Shakespeare

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The Maghrib Workshop and The Spain-North Africa Project

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