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September 2018

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MMUF & ADRF Senior Presentations

Wed, September 19th, 2018
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MMUF & ADRF Senior Presentations

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MMUF & ADRF Senior Presentations

Thu, September 20th, 2018
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Break Out Trips - Info Sessions for Prospective Trip Leaders

Thu, September 20th, 2018
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One event on Sun, September 23rd, 2018 at 5:00pm

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Interested in leading a 2019 Break Out Trip (BOT) during spring break? Learn more about the possibilities and steps for submitting a proposal. The form is now open online! Join us Thurs 9/20 at 8pm or Sun 9/23 at 5pm in Schapiro 141.

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October 2018

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Economics Department Seminar: “Can Income Differences Explain the Racial Wealth Gap? A Quantitative Analysis”

Thu, October 11th, 2018
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Seth Neumuller, Assistant Professor of Economics at Wellesley College, will present an Economics department seminar: “Can Income Differences Explain the Racial Wealth Gap? A Quantitative Analysis”.

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The Politics of Orphans: A View from Uganda

The Politics of Orphans: A View from Uganda

Mon, October 15th, 2018
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Lecture "The Politics of Orphans: A View from Uganda" by Ruth Ndyabahika on Monday, October 15, at 4:15 p.m. in Schapiro 141. Ruth Ndyabahika is the founder and director of Grace Villa, a home for orphans, abandoned and abused girls in Kabale, Western Uganda.

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What Are We Thinking? The Challenges and Delights of Arabic Studies Today

Wed, October 17th, 2018
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In today´s geo-political climate, what are some of the challenges and delights of studying Arabic?

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RISE First Official Meeting

Sun, October 21st, 2018
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RISE, a group seeking to increase diversity and foster inclusion in ECON and POEC, is a having our first meeting this Sunday, October 21st at 1:00pm in Schapiro 129. Come learn more about RISE and help us plan our goals and activities!

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Be Natural: Linguistic Practices of Japanese Transgender Speakers

Be Natural: Linguistic Practices of Japanese Transgender Speakers

Mon, October 22nd, 2018
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Hideko Abe, professor of East Asian Studies at Colby College and a leading researcher on Japanese lesbian and gay speech will present her latest research on Japanese transgender speakers.

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November 2018

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Leticia Alvarado: "Latino/a Performance: From Abjection to Relation"

Leticia Alvarado: "Latino/a Performance: From Abjection to Relation"

Thu, November 1st, 2018
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Professor Alvarado will read a paper based on her wide-ranging and well-received new book, Abject Performances. Professor of Art, C. Ondine Chavoya will respond to Alvarado's paper, opening into a conversation with the audience about Latinx cultural performance.

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Economics Spring Pre-Registration Pizza Party!

Thu, November 1st, 2018
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Join students and faculty of the Economics department in Schapiro on Thurs. 11/1 at 6:30pm for pizza and conversation about exciting courses to be launched next semester. Don't miss out on an opportunity to get to know your future professors, learn about classes, and snag some free dinner!

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A Talk by President of North American Dostoevsky Society Carol Apollonio (Duke University) on Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment

Fri, November 2nd, 2018
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President of North American Dostoevsky Society Carol Apollonio (Duke University) will present on "Is Raskolnikov Real? Point of View in Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment"

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Economics Department Seminar: "Witchcraft Beliefs as a Cultural Legacy of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Evidence from Two Continents"

Thu, November 8th, 2018
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Boris Gershman, Associate Professor of Economics at American University, will present an Economics department seminar.

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Flesh, Fur, Forgetting Creaturely Remains in de Bruyckere and Coetzee

Flesh, Fur, Forgetting Creaturely Remains in de Bruyckere and Coetzee

Thu, November 8th, 2018
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The practice of taxidermy traditionally served as a means of remembering.  Taxidermied animals were displayed as trophies to memorialize human-animal encounters and, in particular, the successful slaying of the beast.  More recently, the art of taxidermy has been used to investigate the matter of memory itself, and the different ways that traumatic wounds are written upon or stored within flesh…

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Talk on Memory and the Art of Taxidermy by Professor Kari Weil

Thu, November 8th, 2018
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Kari Weil, Professor of Letters at Wesleyan University, will give a talk entitled "Flesh, Fur, Forgetting: Creaturely Remains in de Bruyckere and Coetzee." She will speak on the intersection of practices of memory, animal ethics, and taxidermy in the work of the Belgian artist Berlinde de Bruyckere and Nobel Prize laureate J.M. Coetzee. The event is open to the public.

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Radical Wellness: Health for Feminists, Nerds, Queers, and Rabble Rousers

Radical Wellness: Health for Feminists, Nerds, Queers, and Rabble Rousers

Tue, November 13th, 2018
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Muffy Davis (a white queer feminist writer, wellness coach, and weightlifter) will speak on the concept of radical health. Author of the graphic novel, Ink in Water, about her recovery from an eating disorder, Davis is an advocate for health at every size and total body liberation. 

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Economics/Statistics Department Seminar: "Pitfalls of Interpreting/Imputing Regressors"

Tue, November 13th, 2018
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Tim Vogelsang, Professor and Frederick S. Addy Distinguished Chair of Economics at Michigan State University, will present a joint Economics and Statistics department seminar.

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Immigrant and Workers’ Rights in Western Mass: A Presentation by the Pioneer Valley Workers Center

Thu, November 15th, 2018
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Learn about the work of the Pioneer Valley Workers Center, an organization that builds power with low wage and immigrant communities in Western MA. They are based in Northampton and advocate for and protect the rights of low-wage and immigrant workers throughout western MA.

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Economics Department Seminar: "Paying for Disability Insurance?: Firm Cost Sharing and its Employment Consequences"

Tue, November 27th, 2018
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Alum Amelia (Molly) Hawkins ('08), current graduate student at the University of Michigan, will present an Economics department seminar.

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December 2018

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WGSS Senior Thesis Presentation

WGSS Senior Thesis Presentation

Wed, December 12th, 2018
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Please join our Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program Honors Thesis Student, Olivia Goodheart on Wednesday, December 12 at noon in Schapiro 129. 

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January 2019

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Multifaith Presentation on Belief in a Creator

Multifaith Presentation on Belief in a Creator

Mon, January 21st, 2019
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Come listen to a panel present various reasons to believe in a Creator and what that Creator might be like, featuring students from Muslim, Christian, and Jewish perspectives.

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February 2019

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“We Are Not Your Slaves”: Dispossession, Chattel Slavery, and Indigenous Confederacy during Pontiac’s War

“We Are Not Your Slaves”: Dispossession, Chattel Slavery, and Indigenous Confederacy during Pontiac’s War

Fri, February 1st, 2019
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Tacuma Peters, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Philosophy at Michigan State University will present the following lecture, "We Are Not Your Slaves": Dispossession, Chattel Slavery, and Indigenous Confederacy during Pontiac's War" on February 1

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Invitation to Research/Artist Talk by Candidate in Theatre, Olga Sanchez Saltveit

Mon, February 4th, 2019
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The Theatre Department welcomes all students, faculty, and staff to attend the Research/Artist Talk, Tricks to Inherit: Re-Centering a Transnational Translation on Stage, by Olga Sanchez Saltveit who will be visiting campus to interview for the open, tenure-track position in Theatre.

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Invitation to Research/Artist Talk by Candidate in Theatre, Ricardo Rocha

Wed, February 6th, 2019
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The Theatre Department welcomes all students, faculty, and staff to attend the Research/Artist Talk, Intracultural Performance Labor in East LA, North Hollywood, and Irvine, California, by Ricardo E. Rocha who will be visiting campus to interview for the open, tenure-track position in Theatre.

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THE FOREST IS OURS, a thesis presentation by WGSS student Julia Blike

THE FOREST IS OURS, a thesis presentation by WGSS student Julia Blike

Wed, February 6th, 2019
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Come join the WGSS community and learn from Julia Blike's honors thesis, "'The Forest is Ours':  Toward a New Visual Politics of Sovereignty within Indigenous Photographic Projects"! Pizza and drinks provided.

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"The Forest is Ours”: Toward a New Visual Politics of Sovereignty within Indigenous Photographic Projects

"The Forest is Ours”: Toward a New Visual Politics of Sovereignty within Indigenous Photographic Projects

Wed, February 6th, 2019
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Please join the WGSS Program on Wednesday, February 6 at 5:30 p.m. Schapiro 129 for Julia Blike's thesis presentation.  All welcome to attend.

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RISE (Representing Identities of Students in Econ and Poli Ec) meeting on Sat. Feb. 9th at 12:00 PM!

Sat, February 9th, 2019
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RISE will have its first meeting of the semester this Saturday, Feb. 9th at 12:00 PM in Schapiro 137! Come mingle and discuss ways to create awareness, inclusion, and solidarity within the Econ/Poli Ec depts. Refreshments will be served!

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Invitation to Research/Artist Talk by Candidate in Theatre, Isaiah Wooden

Mon, February 11th, 2019
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The Theatre Department welcomes all students, faculty, and staff to attend the Research/Artist Talk, "Time Is for White People"; Or, Reclaiming Time in Black Expressive Culture, by Isaiah Wooden who will be visiting campus to interview for the open, tenure-track position in Theatre.

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Invitation to Research/Artist Talk by Candidate in Theatre, Shanti Pillai

Thu, February 14th, 2019
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The Theatre Department welcomes all students, faculty, and staff to attend the Research/Artist Talk, Embodied Politics: Improvisation and Artistic Process in the Work of Maya Krishna Rao, by Shanti Pillai who will be visiting campus to interview for the open, tenure-track position in Theatre.

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Economics Department Seminar

Thu, February 28th, 2019
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Martina Jasova, Assistant Professor of Economics at Barnard College, will present "Rollover Risk and Bank Lending Behavior: Evidence From Unconventional Central Bank Liquidity."

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Flipping the Script on Youth Unemployment in Africa

Flipping the Script on Youth Unemployment in Africa

Thu, February 28th, 2019
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Please join Ken Oloo of Filamu Juani for a public lecture on Thursday, February 28, at 4:15 p.m. Schapiro 129.  He will present, 'Flipping the Script on Youth Unemployment in Africa.' sponsored by WGSS, Global Studies, etc.

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March 2019

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Wen Liu: Mourning in Diaspora & Narrating Queer Asian Melancholia

Wen Liu: Mourning in Diaspora & Narrating Queer Asian Melancholia

Wed, March 6th, 2019
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Lecture by Wen Liu, Assistant Professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University at Albany, "Mourning in Diaspora and Narrating Queer Asian Melancholia." Event sponsored by AMST, WGSS, Asian Studies, and Dively Committee.

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Talk: "Mourning in Diaspora and Narrating Queer Asian Melancholia" by Wen Liu

Wed, March 6th, 2019
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Come listen to Wen Liu's talk on racial melancholia, in the intersections of psychology, Asian American and diaspora studies, and queer theory.

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Economics Department Seminar: "Benchmarking Portfolio Flows"

Tue, March 12th, 2019
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Francis Warnock, Professor of Business Administration at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, will present.

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April 2019

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DESERT BORDERLAND: The Making of Modern Egypt and Libya

DESERT BORDERLAND: The Making of Modern Egypt and Libya

Mon, April 22nd, 2019
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Matthew Ellis '03 (Sarah Lawrence College) and Magnús Bernhardsson (Williams College) will speak in conversation about the politics of national borders in the modern Middle East.

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October 2019

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Curious about the American Studies major and our course offerings for Spring 2020?

Mon, October 28th, 2019
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Curious about the American Studies major and our course offerings for Spring 2020? Drop by Schapiro 141 on Monday, October 28th from 7 pm to 8 pm to meet professors, hear about new courses, and have questions answered.

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Philosophy Pre-Registration Event

Philosophy Pre-Registration Event

Tue, October 29th, 2019
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Come share a meal, catch up with students, professors in the department and hear about spring courses and events.

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November 2019

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Masculinity, Misogyny, and U.S. Elections in the Trump Era

Masculinity, Misogyny, and U.S. Elections in the Trump Era

Tue, November 12th, 2019
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Profs. Robert Boatright and Valerie Sperling (Clark University) explore how Donald Trump’s misogyny in the 2016 presidential race changed how later Congressional campaigns were waged, and how the Trump factor may affect the 2020 election.

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Show Your Support for Asian American Studies Tonight!

Show Your Support for Asian American Studies Tonight!

Wed, November 13th, 2019
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Professor Jan Padios, candidate for the tenured position in Asian American Studies, will present a talk, “Definite Objects: Colonial Economy, Infrastructure, and the Philippine Carnival (1908-1939).”

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Show Your Support for Asian American Studies

Show Your Support for Asian American Studies

Fri, November 15th, 2019
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Professor Kale Fajardo, candidate for the tenured position in Asian American Studies, will present a talk, “Original Goonies:” Kweering and Transing Filipino Migrant Cannery Workers and Photography in Astoria, Oregon.”

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Show Your Support for Asian American Studies

Show Your Support for Asian American Studies

Mon, November 18th, 2019
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Professor Shalini Shankar, candidate for the tenured position in Asian American Studies, will present a talk, “Generations of Americans: Inside the Competitive Lives of Generation Z” on Monday, November 18 at 4:30 p.m. in Schapiro 129. 

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Queer Ultra-Nationalist Utopianism in Turkish Opera:

Queer Ultra-Nationalist Utopianism in Turkish Opera:

Wed, November 20th, 2019
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Lecture by Rüstem Ertuğ Altinay, Queer Ultra-Nationalist Utopianism in Turkish Opera: Rıza Nur’s Historical Horror Libretto Cehennemde Bir Celse (A Session in Hell) on Wednesday, November 20 at 4:15 p.m. in Schapiro Hall, 129.

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January 2020

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Music in Silence:  Performance and Art in the Deaf World

Music in Silence: Performance and Art in the Deaf World

Thu, January 23rd, 2020
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Join us Thursday at 4pm to hear from Catherine Tan '18 who received a Chandler Fellowship and travelled to Scotland, England, Singapore, Japan, Vietnam, New Zealand, Australia, Norway and France studying performance and art in the deaf world.   Joining Catherine will be Aseel Abulhab '15.  Aseel received a Watson Fellowship the year she graduated.  Aseel also studied deaf culture during her…

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April 2022

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Faces, Emotions, and Values:  Prospects for a Formal Semantics of Emoji

Faces, Emotions, and Values: Prospects for a Formal Semantics of Emoji

Mon, April 25th, 2022
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Please join the Philosophy Department on Monday, April 25 at 4:15 p.m. in Schapiro 129 for a talk by Professor Christian de Leon, UCLA, Philosophy Department, Faces, Emotions, and Values: Prospects for a Formal Semantics of Emoji.  Event sponsored by the Philosophy Department and the Class of '60's Scholars.  

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July 2022

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2022 MMUF/ADRF Summer Research Colloquium Presentations

Thu, July 28th, 2022
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The Office of Pathways for Inclusive Excellence invites you to attend the 2022 Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship/Allison Davis Research Fellowship Summer Research Colloquium on Thursday, July 28, from 10am - 2pm in Schapiro 129.

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October 2022

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The Racial Politics of Sexual Freedom

The Racial Politics of Sexual Freedom

Wed, October 26th, 2022
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Please join WGSS for a lecture by Associate Professor of American Studies, Greta LeFleur, Yale University. Her research and teaching focus on early North American literary and cultural studies, the history of science, the history of race, the history and historiography of sexuality, and queer & trans studies. Event Sponsored by WGSS, Lecture Committee, and the Thomas Healy '50 Fund.

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November 2022

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Tantura film screening! Join SIPD to watch Sundance 2022's opening night film, Thurs 11/10 @5pm

Tantura film screening! Join SIPD to watch Sundance 2022's opening night film, Thurs 11/10 @5pm

Thu, November 10th, 2022
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Join Students for Israeli Palestinian Dialogue for a screening of Tantura, Sundance 2022’s opening night film, that documents the war of 1948: to Israelis, the War of Independence and to Palestinians, “Al Nakba” (the Catastrophe). Interviews with former Israeli soldiers as well as Palestinian residents expose how power, silencing, and protected narratives sculpt history. Snacks provided!

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Dr. Mallory Whiteduck: “Rez Theory: Revealing the Critical Significance of Everyday Native Life”

Dr. Mallory Whiteduck: “Rez Theory: Revealing the Critical Significance of Everyday Native Life”

Fri, November 11th, 2022
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"Rez Theory: Revealing the Critical Significance of Everyday Native Life," a talk by Dr. Mallory Whiteduck, Assistant Professor of Indigenous Political Thought in the Department of Political Science at Vassar College

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Hear from Palestinian human rights activist Noor Almaslamani of New Story Leadership, 11/17  @4:30

Hear from Palestinian human rights activist Noor Almaslamani of New Story Leadership, 11/17 @4:30

Thu, November 17th, 2022
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Join Students for Israeli Palestinian Dialogue (SIPD) to hear from Noor Almaslamani, who will be speaking about her experience growing up in Palestine and working with Palestinians and Israelis as well as American politicians on Capitol Hill to push policy vis à vis Palestinian human rights, as part of New Story Leadership's summer program. New Story Leadership is an organization…

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March 2023

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Miles from the Other Side:  Miles Davis and the Queer Afro-South Asian Politics on ”On the Corner”

Miles from the Other Side: Miles Davis and the Queer Afro-South Asian Politics on ”On the Corner”

Tue, March 7th, 2023
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Please join the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program for a talk by Dr.Elliott Powell on Tuesday, March 7th at 4:30 p.m. in Schapiro 129.  He will present "Miles from the Other Side:  Miles Davis and the Queer Afro-South Asian Politics on 'On the Corner'."   Dr. Powell specializes in how Asian and Asian-American (especially South Asian) music has influenced…

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April 2023

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Pushing Back Against Homophobia and Transphobia For Trans Women’s Rights in Uganda

Pushing Back Against Homophobia and Transphobia For Trans Women’s Rights in Uganda

Tue, April 11th, 2023
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Please join the WGSS Program for a Public talk by Beyonce Karungi of Transgender Equality Uganda on Tues., April 11th at 4:30 p.m. in Schapiro 141. Beyonce Karungi is the founder and director of Transgender Equality Uganda, and a long-time activist for trans and sexworker rights.  She will talk about the Anti Homosexuality Bill just passed by Ugandan Parliament, and…

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May 2023

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James Fitzsimmons: “The Blood Pooled & the Heads Piled Up” – 5/4 @ 4pm, Schapiro 129

James Fitzsimmons: “The Blood Pooled & the Heads Piled Up” – 5/4 @ 4pm, Schapiro 129

Thu, May 4th, 2023
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Please join Dr. James Fitzsimmons, professor of anthropology at Middlebury College, for his talk, “The Blood Pooled & the Heads Piled Up: Sorcery and Warfare in Classic Maya Civilization,” on Thursday, May 4th at 4pm in Schapiro 129. All are welcome! (Sponsored by the Department of Anthropology & Sociology)

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September 2023

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Reimagining the Scene of Interpretation: Engaging the Trans-Indigenous — A Talk by Chadwick Allen

Reimagining the Scene of Interpretation: Engaging the Trans-Indigenous — A Talk by Chadwick Allen

Thu, September 28th, 2023
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A decade after the publication of his foundational book, Trans-Indigenous: Methodologies for Global Native Literary Studies, Chadwick Allen revisits the transformation of literary studies and the horizons of Global Indigenous Studies.

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“The Gardens of Hermits" - public lecture by Virginia Burrus - Thursday, 9/28 @ 7pm, Schapiro 129

“The Gardens of Hermits" - public lecture by Virginia Burrus - Thursday, 9/28 @ 7pm, Schapiro 129

Thu, September 28th, 2023
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Please join Professor Virginia Burrus, Croghan Visiting Professor in Biblical and Early Christian Studies, for her public lecture, "The Gardens of Hermits," on Thursday, September 28 at 7 p.m. in Schapiro 129. A reception with light refreshments will follow in the atrium. RSVPs to kf8@williams.edu are helpful, but not required. Abstract: The Gardens of Hermits Jerome's Life of Hilarion (c.…

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October 2023

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Basic income, global climate justice, and the future of work

Basic income, global climate justice, and the future of work

Wed, October 4th, 2023
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Lecture by Michael Howard on Wednesday, October 4th, 4:15 p.m.  Schapiro Hall, Room 129. Michael Howard is  Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maine (USA). He is the author of Self-management and the Crisis of Socialism (2000), and the editor of Socialism (2001). He is the co-editor (with Karl Widerquist) of Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend (2012) and Exporting the Alaska Model (2012). He has been the president…

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"Wayward Life: Reading Mary of Egypt with Saidiya Hartman" - Prof. Virginia Burrus, 10/19 @ 7pm

"Wayward Life: Reading Mary of Egypt with Saidiya Hartman" - Prof. Virginia Burrus, 10/19 @ 7pm

Thu, October 19th, 2023
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Please join Professor Virginia Burrus, Croghan Visiting Professor in Biblical and Early Christian Studies, for her public lecture, "Wayward Life: Reading Mary of Egypt with Saidiya Hartman," on Thursday, October 19 at 7 p.m. in Schapiro 129. A reception with light refreshments will follow in the atrium. RSVPs to kf8@williams.edu are helpful, but not required. Abstract: Wayward Life: Reading Mary…

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November 2023

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Critical Theory’s Colonialism Problem

Critical Theory’s Colonialism Problem

Tue, November 14th, 2023
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The Philosophy Department invites you to attend the following lecture on Tuesday, November 14 at 4:30 p.m. in Schapiro Hall, Room 141:  Shivani Radhakrishnan, Gaius Charles Bolin Fellow in the Department, will present "Critical Theory’s Colonialism Problem." Shivani’s research explores how individuals and social subjects come into being, focusing on the conditions under which they flourish or on the other…

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