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In this presentation, I take as a starting point the archive-based process of writing The Great Woman Singer: Gender and Voice in Puerto Rican Music. I address the specific concerns that arise when studying voice via archival work; analyzing women singers as musicians and thinkers; and writing about purportedly marginal locations.
The current political climate presents significant threats, such as the resurgence of white supremacy and racism,xenophobia, Islamophobia, ableism, and heterosexism, as well as attacks on humanitarian and scientific knowledge. These challenges intersect with and complicate the global debate over climate change, economic disparity, and war and conflict.
Jazmin Sierra, University of Notre Dame
In this workshop, participants will learn about working with Scalar, a platform intended to enable creation of scholarly multimodal publications by integrating media with long-form text, and using non-linear navigation of content.
Each year, the SESE Research Review brings together the departments of the School of Earth, Society & Environment to share exciting research and promote networking among attendees.
Stephen Chaudoin "International Law in Real Time: the Philippine war on Drugs"
This keynote for the symposium on Visions of Authenticity in the Built Environment will be delivered by Professor Carmen Rodríguez on the topic "Exploring Visions of Authenticity in Barcelona's Historic Urban Environments."
This symposium addresses the topic "Visions of Authenticity in the Built Environment: A Transatlantic Dialogue."
Ai-jen Poo is an award-winning activist, thought leader, and social innovator, and a leading voice in domestic workers’ rights and family care advocacy. As co-founder of the Domestic Workers United (DWU), a city-wide, multiracial organization of domestic workers, she help lead the way to the passage of the nation’s first Domestic Workers Bill of Rights in 2010.
While diverging in terms of site, group,and problematic, here I situate the production of each of these within broader networks or empire. I argue that reading 'sideways' along imperial networks demonstrates the neglected history of the interconnection and interdependence of these constructs.
Lemann Lecture Series Spring 2018, Tuesday, February 20th Rosana Tarifa
A foreign language event for high school students.
This month-long Chicago film festival will exclusively feature films from nations of the European Union.
Jan Pierskalla, Ohio State University
Burnett’s clinical interests are in mood and anxiety disorders, comorbid substance use disorders, stress management, wellness and interpersonal relationships.
Pete Ondish "Political Ideology and Attitude Consensus"
This video conference will discuss the May 1968 general strike and civil unrest in France and its legacy.