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The Central Asia Research Forum seeks to bring together scholars in the arts and humanities, life, physical, and the social sciences to discuss ongoing projects, as well as completed scholarly works on Central Asia, its history, environment, and peoples at this multidisciplinary research forum. The theme for the inaugural forum is: Publishing and Book Culture.
On November 4th at 4:00 p.m., C.S.T., Ananya Tiwari and Khartik Nagabhushana will be making Lemon Rice for the IAS Library's second International Cooking Show of the semester!
Professor Magdalena Novoa will give her presentation titled, "Wounded Landscapes: Race, gender, and grassroots preservation in Wallmapu" on November 5th at 12pm.
Fall 2021 YMCA Friday Forum | Unpacking Racism: What Are We Carrying? Friday, November 5 @ 12:00pm CST In-person at Latzer Hall or online via Zoom Lecture: "Anti-Violence means Anti-Oppression" - University YMCA in collaboration with the Women’s Resources Center
This talk examines the twentieth-century regulatory framework tying humans to states, its historical formation, and how it has resulted in the callous politics of human sorting that we call the migration system.
Women in Science - November Lecture Guest Speaker: Professor Colleen Bushel November 9, 2021 @ 12:00pm CST via Zoom
Lunch and conversation with Tracy K. Smith, award-winning poet and past U.S. poet laurate. For undergraduate students of all majors!
Fall 2021 YMCA Friday Forum | Unpacking Racism: What Are We Carrying? Friday, November 12 @ 12:00pm CST In-person at Latzer Hall or online via Zoom Lecture: "Shamar Betts Case: Unequal Justice in the Aftermath of George Floyd’s Murder" Speakers: Elisabeth Pollock, Savannah Donavan, Dr. Brian Dolinar
Poetry Reading and Q&A with Tracy K. Smith, the 2017 United States Poet Laureate.
Jericho Brown is the recipient of a Whiting Writers’ Award and fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Join us for a moderated conversation between Roxane Gay and Jericho Brown.
Join us for a reading and Q&A with bestselling writer Roxane Gay.
This talk provides a historical overview of trends in Asian Public's views of key U.S. aliances and regional institutions in the Indo-Pacific over the course of the post-World War II period. This retrospective analysis provides insights into the utility of tracking polls to U.S. policymakers when there have been changes in the region.
Professor Rishi Goyal is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Columbia University Medical Center (in Medical Humanities and Ethics and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society) and founding director of the major in Medical Humanities. Professor Goyal completed his residency in Emergency Medicine as Chief Resident while finishing a PhD in English...
Watch brief presentations on Odyssey Project adult education programs throughout the Midwest from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, University of Wisconsin Madison, and Illinois Humanities (based in Chicago). A Q & A session—and opportunities for conversation— will follow. Community members are welcome and encouraged to attend!