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Each Tuesday from 12:00 - 1:00 pm, the Asian American Cultural Center hosts a Food for Thought lecture, part of the OIIR's Lunch on Us series. Food for Thought is a weekly noontime discussion focused on topics relevant to the Asian and Asian American community. Lunch is provided!
Globalizing Knowledge Series: Global Knowledge and Transnational Crime Presented by Yuliya Zabyelina
“Chinese Blue & White Porcelain”- Presented by: Maureen Warren, Krannert Art Museum
Jackson’s talk is focused on the excision and unthinkability of Indigenous labour in the Caribbean. Jackson works at the limits of postcolonial theory to re-contextualize 1492 as possibility and articulation rather than as impasse or aporia for thinking together, in particular, black-native labour and resistance.
"#MeToo and Academia" Series. This is one of two events this year. The next event will take place on February 13th at noon. Speakers include: Suja Thomas (College of Law, Illinois); Lesley Wexler (College of Law, Illinois); Andrea Miller (Department of Psychology, Illinois); Ran Hao (Institute of Legal Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Science).
This talk by LLS postdoctoral research fellow Yuridia Ramírez explores how cheranenses have fashioned indigeneity in the diaspora by linking the 2011 uprising in Cherán to the representation of a saint day festival in North Carolina.
The Center for Advanced Study (CAS) Annual Lecture, featuring CAS Professor of Educational Policy, Organization & Leadership James Anderson.
Dr. James D. Anderson will speak at this event sponsored by the Center for Advanced Study.
A keynote lecture in conjunction with the “Global Prehumanisms” Conference, October 18–20, 2018. Co-sponsored by the Program in Medieval Studies.
Dr. Thomas E. Emerson presents, The Red Goddesses of Cahokia, at Spurlock Museum 4pm in the Knight Auditorium.