English Master Calendar
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Film screening and discussion with Anthony Brown.
Anthony Brown, percussion; Mark Izu, bass and sheng; and Masaru Koga, saxophones and shakuhachi.
This symposium is one of 6 selected by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research to participate in the Illinois 150: The 21st Century University and Research for the Public Good conference, April 10-12, 2018. The Humanities and Public Life symposium is the result of an ongoing collaboration between the Center for Advanced Study and the Illinois Program for Research in
Bring your lunch: Professor Desmond will analyze some of the key differences between clinical medicine for humans and that for animals to suggest that despite the surface similarities of white coats and stethoscopes, critical differences emerge in nearly every dimension of medical practice from diagnosis to treatment to finances when the patient is a non-human animal.
Undergraduate and Graduate Creative Writing Award winners read from their winning works.
Bring your lunch: Professor Liang’s research group has made major advances in overcoming the long-standing technical barriers of label-free molecular imaging using MR spectroscopic imaging. In this talk, Professor Liang will give a brief overview of this new technology and show some exciting results that his research group has obtained.
Ishion Hutchinson is the author of two poetry collections, Far District and House of Lords and Commons. He is the recipient of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Whiting Writers Award, the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award and the Larry Levis Prize from the Academy of American Poets.
Improvisers Exchange is a two-year initiative deeply investigating the field of music improvisation. This program features performance and engagement residencies by leading artists representative of a wide spectrum of the practice, initiates a new performance course on improvisation for students, and promotes scholarly discourse through lectures and panel discussions.
Renée Baker’s Quadtych performs ICHOR BLACK, based on the opera The Baldwin Chronicles: Negro Ideologies. This chamber quartet features Renée Baker (violin, viola), Karl E.H. Seigfried (bass), William Porter (cello), and Bruce Nelson (vibes, percussion). Renée Baker is Improvisers Exchange Artist-in-Residence (September 18-26, 2018).
Experimental Films of Renée Baker Renée Baker will present her experimental films and discuss the creative process in producing these works as set pieces and moving scores. Renée Baker is Improvisers Exchange Artist-in-Residence (September 18-26, 2018).
A pioneering Asian-American film starring producer and actor Sessue Hayakawa, The Dragon Painter will be screened with an original score, composed and conducted by Renée Baker. Illinois Modern Ensemble and Improvisers Exchange Ensemble members will be the featured performers. Renée Baker is Improvisers Exchange Artist-in-Residence (September 18-26, 2018).
This is a CAS public event.
A CAS Special Presentation open to the public featuring David Quammen, author and journalist. This presentation is part of the CAS @ 60 Series and is cosponsored by the following: Carl Woese Institute for Genomic Biology College of Engineering Spurlock Museum
Ninth Letter, the University of Illinois' award winning literary journal, is proud to present a reading of poetry and prose by three outstanding writers: Jensen Beach, Rochelle Hurt, and Paige Lewis
This is a CAS public event.
Award-winning novelist and short story writer Brian Evenson will read from his work.
The Center for Advanced Study (CAS) Annual Lecture, featuring CAS Professor of Educational Policy, Organization & Leadership James Anderson.
Bring your lunch to the Center for a noon hour exploration of some of the best scholarship produced at the University of Illinois!
Julie Turnock Department of Media & Cinema Studies, Associate 2017-18
Kai-Fu Lee Chairman and CEO, Sinovation Ventures In this talk, Dr. Kai-Fu Lee will talk about the four waves of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how AI will permeate every part of our lives in the next decade. He will also talk about how this will be different from previous technology revolutions — it will be faster and driven by not one superpower, but two (US & Chin
Author and playwright Sands Hall will read from her work.
Three University of Illinois alumni read from their debut books of fiction and poetry