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Professor Dara Goldman, Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and Program in Jewish Culture & Society, will speak on Machismo and Machinations: The Performance of Gender in Cubatón
“Praxis” comes from the Greek word, “prattein” which means “to do.” It is the process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted, embodied, or realized. Paulo Freire asserts that praxis is a cycle of learning, reflecting, and acting in order to protect ourselves and our communities from oppressive systems.
This film explores the life of Vann Molyvann, an architect whose work came to represent a new identity for a country emerging from independence, and whose incredible story encompasses Cambodia's turbulent journey as a modern nation.
In this talk, film scholar and translator Darcy Paquet will consider some of the practical, artistic and cultural issues that arose while translating the subtitles for Bong Joon-ho's award-winning Parasite, Park Chan-wook's The Handmaiden and other Korean films.
"We Poor Not Stupid! Lessons Learned in the Political Schools of the Urban Poor in Cape Town" with Dr. Ken Salo, Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois and Danielle Chynoweth, Cunningham Township Supervisor
A keynote address from the annual retreat of the USAID-funded Soybean Innovation Lab, based at Illinois, is available by webinar. Please register in advance.
A keynote address from the USAID-funded, Illinois based Soybean Innovation Lab's annual retreat will be available via webinar. Roger Thurow will speak about how universities can make an impact in the development world.
Join the EU Center at Illinois for our 18th Annual EU Day!
Keynote by Wolfgang Moessinger, Consul General of Germany in the Midwest “The New Cold War: Liberal Democracy vs. Authoritarianism: Why the EU is today more important than ever before”
“What would I consider a desirable society?" Susan Parenti, founder of the School for Designing a Society
The Sociolinguistics Symposium Committee is pleased to announce the second annual Sociolinguistics Symposium (SOSY), which will be held on 27 February 2020 in conjunction with the 12th Annual Illinois Language and Linguistics Society Conference at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
"Religious Coping with Domestic Violence: What’s God Got to Do with It?" with Kristin Godlin, Hospital Chaplain