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Friday, November 4

Fall Philosophy Colliquia: Creolizing the Greeks

Fall Philosophy Colliquia: Creolizing the Greeks. More information to come.

Find Out More Fridays: First-Generation Students

Stop by the Chaiken Center for Student Success in 138 Sparks Building from 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. to learn more about the Liberal Arts First-Generation...

"In Search of an Aesthetic I Can Call My Own" with Kukuli Velarde

“In Search of an Aesthetic, I Can Call My Own” with Kukuli Velarde Kukuli Velarde is a Peruvian artist based in the United States since 1987. Her practice...

Criminology Speaker Series: Dr. Jennifer Cobbina-Dungy

“Hands Up, Don’t Shoot: Why the Protests in Ferguson and Baltimore Matter, and How They Changed America” Dr. Jennifer Cobbina-Dungy, associate professor in...

Virtual Event
Graduate Career Diversity Panel

The College of the Liberal Arts will be hosting a virtual graduate career diversity panel on professional internships and assistantships for doctoral...

Virtual Event
Department of Political Science Lecture Series: Peter Katzenstein

Peter Katzenstein, Cornell University Talk title: “Uncertainty and Its Discontents: Worldviews in World Politics"

CAS Fall Colloquia: Kevin Deluca

CAS Fall Colloquia: Kevin Deluca will be giving a talk on "Environmental Communication"

Center for Language Acquisition Invited Speaker: Jean-Marc Dewaele

Jean-Marc Dewaele, professor of applied linguistics and multilingualism, Birkbeck, University of London

Virtual Event
Department of English

Zoom panel event open to Department of English Graduate Students. More information to come.

Guest Lecture on Ukraine:Stanislav Aseyev

Stanislav Aseyev is a Donetsk-born Ukrainian writer and journalist. In 2014, under the penname Stanislav Vasin, he published reports in Ukrainian press...

WGSS Fall 2022 Speaker Series: Natasha Erlank

“From Polygamy to Masihlalisane: The Changing Lives of Multiple-Partner (Heterosexual) Relationships in South Africa” Dr. Natasha Erlank will examine the...

indigenous men

Collecting the Ancestors: skeletons and mummies and their history in reconstructing health and medical practices in the pre-Hispanic Andes Speaker : John...

Friday, November 4

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