Events

April 12
Join the Department of Religion to discuss three different interpretations of Easter! Pizza will be provided!!
April 12
Maiquel has lost a bet and dyed his hair blond. This event triggers a head-on collision with destiny in which Maiquel goes from nobody to hero to outlaw—all in 24 hours. Part of a series examining “Corruption and Law” in Latin American and...
April 14
Call for Proposals: Translanguaging: Crossing Social, Cultural, and Linguistic Boundaries Submission Deadline: February 15, 2017Conference Date: April 14, 2017 Undergraduate and Graduate Proposals Welcome Keynote Speakers: Dr. Nelson...
April 17
The Comparative Politics Colloquium of the Department of Political Science presents, “Aiding Disaster,” by Gina Reinhardt (University of Essex).
April 17
Speaker: Donato Ndongo-Biyogo, Universidad Nacional de Educación a DistanciaFrom the perspective of the developed world, it is not easy to understand the African experience, especially the process of decolonization occurring approximately...
April 18
Speaker: Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Syracuse University, Department Chair and Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Sociology, and the Cultural Foundations of Education...
April 18
Chandra Talpade Mohanty offers a postcolonial, anti imperialist feminist critique that connects struggles for liberation across different geographies and develops a vision for transnational feminist praxis and solidarity work. She'll...
April 19
The Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree program is designed to help students who want to build careers in the local government, nonprofit, and government relations sectors in order to make positive change.  It is ideal for people who are...
April 20
Speaker: Nelson Cerqueira, Federal University of Bahia This lecture aims firstly to provide a brief survey of Jewish migration to the State of Bahia, Brazil, focusing on the settlement of Jewish citizens escaping from the Inquisition in...
April 20
Join A.O. Scott, New York Times film critic, to discuss film, aesthetics, and plunder in Hollywood and beyond, as part of the Department of History's "Plunder Series." This event will include film clips, discussion, Q...

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