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This roundtable will help close out the 1917/2017 series.
Anibal Perez-Linan "Partisan Balance and Judicial Stability"
A lecture by Dr. Colleen Murphy, a Professor in the College of Law and the Departments of Philosophy and Political Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Director of the Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program in International Programs and Studies, and Affiliate Faculty of the Beckman Institute.
Amateurs, Experts, and History in Roman Greece
Topic: Taking MAEUS Further -- Conferences and Publications
Metka Hercog (Global Studies) "Political practices of highly-skilled migrants in Switzerland"
HGMS faculty seminar with Peter Fritzsche, UIUC.
A lecture by Dr. Luca Salvatici.
Presented by Students of ENGL 325, GWS 395, AAS 390, and LLS 396. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
This is a test event with commencement and academic topics
Lemann Lecture Series Fall 2017, Tuesday, December 5th Jonathan DeVore, Anthropology, University of Michigan
Are you looking for models for how the work of the humanities and related fields can make a social impact, both within and beyond the University of Illinois? Come to the IPRH Work-In and see what faculty, students, staff and community residents are thinking and doing about contemporary questions that command our attention.
Conversations on Europe Videoconference: The European Nation-State at a Crossroads? Nationalism and Secessionism in Spain, Italy, and Beyond
During the period of 1950’s to 1970’s, water resources development followed a slogan of “human power over nature.” “Advancing with time” (yu-shi-zhu-jin), the slogan is now replaced by “human-nature harmony,” originating from the Taoism philosophy, recognizing the value of ecosystem restoration.
Paul Poast "Forged by War: From Great War to Global Economy"
This is a book launch and lecture on political agendas for the work and play of the mind, as they unfold through different processes of becoming property.
Scenes from "Black Square" and classic Russian operas.