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Events for April, 2017 »
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Rachel St . John, "Before the Wall: Making the US-Mexico Border"

Brujula – Volume 11 Official Launching
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"Ser negro en Cuba hoy: un viaje del campo literario al activismo social," Reflections on Afro-Cubans and Cuba Today

Sharon M. Louden in Conversation with Robin Hill
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Stories on Stage Davis, Featuring Kelly Luce and Shruti Swamy
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Violent Borders, Carceral Seas
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James Oakes, "The ‘New’ History of Capitalism and Slavery."

Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machines in the Garden

Chai Why: The Making of the Indian ‘National Drink’
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DHI Book Chat: James Housefield & Diana K. Davis

God’s Red Son: The Ghost Dance Religion and the Making of Modern America

Environments & Societies: The City is Remaking Human Nature: Human Ecology, Social Control, and the Chicago School of Sociology

Chasing the Dragon: Visions of the 19th Century Opium Trade
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Native American Graduate Student Symposium

Vincent Tiffon (Univ. of Lille), “Mediology and Sound Recording: Toward a Historiography of the Technical Object”

Art Studio Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Terry Berlier

Starving The Beast

Folk Singers from India: Prahlad Singh Tipanya
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Native American Graduate Student Symposium

Humanities and Social Sciences Career Trek

NorCal Latin American History Graduate Retreat
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Rebellious Movements and Their Control: A Comparative View

“Masculine Housekeepers and Motherly Policemen: How Professionalism Shaped Gender and Municipal Politics in the 1920s”

Mentoring Undergraduates for Graduate Students & Postdocs
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Unearthing ‘Creativity’ from the the Creativeness Corpus: Using Text Mining to Trace Word Origins and Evolution: 1850-1970

Mourning Nature: Environmental Protests as Rites of Grief
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Publishing in the Academy: Tips for Navigating the Writing & Publishing Process: An Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion

“Linguistic Policies and the Place of the French Language in the World”

Chancellor’s Colloquium Distinguished Speaker Series: Coral Reefs, Ocean Acidification, and Transformation of Global Energy Systems

Germans, Jews, and Theater

Aimee Bahng, “A Transpacific Undercommons: Feminist, Decolonial Materialisms and Atomic Afterlives.”

Feminist Seminar with Dr. Gilda L. Ochoa, “Researching Where We Live: A Latina Feminist Reflection on Becoming Neighbors and Finding Voice”
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(Re)Moving Parts: On Structure and Chaotic Actions in the Design and Build of My (Our) Computer-based Music

Pedro Machado, "An Ocean Deep: Labour, Capital and the Pearling Networks of the Indian Ocean"

“Working Rape” – Rana Jaleel, UC Davis

Indigenous Children’s Rights and Settler Colonial Wrongs, Margaret Jacobs
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CEE: Developing a Professional Learning Community in Your Department

5th Annual Ringelblum Lecture

Persistence Resistance – Session 2 Changing Landscape
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Professor Caitlin Rosenthal (History – UC Berkeley) – Nineteenth Century Speaker Series
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Cluster on Language Research: Dr. Robert Bayley

Publishing in the Academy: Tips for Navigating the Writing & Publishing Process: Workshopping & Troubleshooting

Greg Downs, "Voting Rights Under Fire: The History of Disenfranchisement and the Struggle to Protect voting Rights Today"
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(Cancelled) Strategies for Co-Authorship: Collaborative Writing Practice

Jessica Schwartz: "No Future without Memory: A Nuclear Repertoire and Reproduction of the Senses"

Cristina Maria Cervone, "Wondering Through Middle English Lyrics"
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Career Networking with Humanities and Social Sciences Alumni
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