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Please join us for this Holocaust, Genocide, Memory Studies faculty seminar series from noon-1pm on Monday, February 18, 2019.
HGMS faculty seminar will be given by Jean-Philippe Mathy.
During Edmund Janes James's 16 years as president, he set the University on a trajectory to become a world-class institution, developing one of the great academic libraries, hiring a first-rate faculty, and launching a campus-wide building program that resulted in the construction of many iconic structures, including Lincoln Hall and Foellinger Auditorium.
How do novels like The Namesake allow us to learn to walk in someone else’s shoes? Scholars will discuss scenes from the novel that give us insight into some of the intangibles in the relationships between characters as a way of understanding our relationship with this novel and the value of reading more generally.
This videoconference will discuss the World's Fair and international expositions.
WGGP Faculty Affiliate Annual Lecture by Professor Angharad Valdivia from the Institute of Communications Research. Lunch provided with RSVP by February 21st.
Lecture by Professor Angharad Valdivia from the Institute of Communications Research. Lunch provided with RSVP by February 21st.
Amira Al-Mutairi (Assistant Director, ISSS) will be presenting "Cultural Difference in Perceptions of and Responses to Sexual Harassment" as part of the IPRH Reading Group series Cross-cultural Re-understanding of Power Harassment: Title VII and Title IX, Awareness and Action. This project is co-sponsored by IPRH and WGGP
The Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory will host Nicholson Distinguished Scholar Visitor, Prof. Ananya Roy (Director, Center for Democracy and Inequality, UCLA) on March 5th. She will present a talk titled, "Racial Banishment: A Postcolonial Critique of the Urban Condition in America"