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The content that we put in the name "Storyteller" in our contemporary world is restrictive of that which it took within traditional African societies.
Part of the Illinois Computer Science Speakers Series. Faculty Host: Colleen Lewis.
Annette Joseph-Gabriel, author of "Reimagining Liberation: How Black Women Transformed Citizenship in the French Empire", will be speaking about her new book in a lecture presented by Princeton University's Department of French and Latin. If you would like to participate, please contact Kelly Eggers for the Zoom ID.
Join the Champaign Public Library and the Rare Book & Manuscript Library as we explore the history of European witchcraft from the medieval period through modern popular culture. Tune in via YouTube or Facebook at Champaign.org/live.
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign School of Social Work is holding its 2nd year-long lecture series designed to meet the profession’s grand challenge of harnessing technology for social good.
All about literary happenings in the 1920s! Join RBML to explore ways in which publishers and writers fostered creative collaborations across borders to foil censors and ensure that their works would reach their readers. This event is part of a joint initiative of the U of I Library’s Special Collections units celebrating “The Roaring Twenties: Illinois and the World".
We hope you can join us for the November lecture with Dr. Susan Martinis, Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation.
The beginnings of Arab feminisms can be traced back to the end of the nineteenth century and early twentieth century against a backdrop of colonialism, anti-colonial struggles, and the emergence of postcolonial nation states.