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Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory - Moinak Biswas - Jadavpur University Public Screening - "Thinking History: Ritwik Ghatak’s Subarnarekha" Introduction by Anustup Basu
Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory - Moinak Biswas - Jadavpur University "Thinking History: Ritwik Ghatak's Subarnarekha" Lecture Introduction by Anustup Basu
CAS - Abolitions Series: Indigenous Resistance, Anti-Colonial Politics, and Global Environmental Justice Center for Advanced Studies Resident Associates Naomi Paik (Assoc. Professor in Asian American Studies) and Toby Beauchamp (Asst. Professor in Gender and Women's Studies) have been facilitating an excellent series on Abolition through CAS this academic year.
Writers Workshop - Writing Effective Personal Statements Learn how to write an effective personal statement, also called an "application essay" or "statement of purpose." This presentation will review successful strategies and help you develop a plan for you own personal statement.
CWS Brownbag - Emerging Trends in Bilingual Education We're pleased to announce CWS Brownbag event for next Wednesday, March 4th, from 1.00p-1.50p in Lincoln Hall 1066.
Writing Across the Curriculum Workshop - "Supporting Communicative Diversity Across the Curriculum"
2019 Faculty Fellows Symposium This event will be a symposium recognizing and sharing the recent work of the Unit's faculty fellows.
The New Academy Series Presents Pallabi Gupta "Homes and Anti-homes: Where Does Jane Eyre Live?"
Writers Workshop - Proposal Writing in Undergraduate Research Want to write a proposal for your research but don't know how? This workshop, offered in collaboration with the Office of Undergraduate Research, will guide students to formulate successful research projects and explain their research in a concise and compelling
A reading by two celebrated and award-winning authors: Luis Alberto Urrea and Meagan Cass sponsored but the Presidential Initiative to Celebrate the Impact of the Arts and the Humanities.
Ancestral Animalities and Queer Futurities in Naomi Rincón Gallardo’s Multimedia Speculative Fictions Laura G. Gutiérrez (Mexican American and Latina/o Studies, UT-Austin)