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Events for April, 2014 »
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Art of Appropriation II: The Copy

Why Are U.S. Prisons So Religious? A Talk by Professor Tanya Erzen
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Attachment Theory and Research as a Branch of Psychodynamic Psychology
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The Surprising Platonism of Hannah Arendt
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)

Israel in Asia: Settler Colonialism, Mobility, and Rupture
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)

MFA Thesis Projects: Showcase/Performance (April 8-13)
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)

MFA Thesis Projects: Showcase/Performance (April 8-13)

Environments and Societies Colloquium
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)

MFA Thesis Projects: Showcase/Performance (April 8-13)

An Overview of Persian Classical Music

"What’s so ‘Critical about Critical University Studies: A Queer Feminist Critique of the U.S. Academy"

Bill Arning, Visiting Artist Lecture Series

Valente Lecture with Professor David Kaminsky, UC Merced

The 9th Annual Davis Feminist Film Festival
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)

MFA Thesis Projects: Showcase/Performance (April 8-13)

The 9th Annual Davis Feminist Film Festival
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)

MFA Thesis Projects: Showcase/Performance (April 8-13)

Stories on Stage Davis: Featuring Austin Smith & Ginny Johnson
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Tahoe Sonification Project (April 6-13)

MFA Thesis Projects: Showcase/Performance (April 8-13)
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Lummi Tribal Members on Coal, Corporate Power, Climate Change, and Honoring the Treaties

Court and Constitutional Transition: Lessons from the Turkish Case.
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CSIS/UCHRI Event: AUTHORSHIP BETWEEN LITERATURE AND SCIENCE
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Ainara Vázquez-Varela: The Vice-Regal Courts Of New Granada In The 18th Century: Spaces Of Power And Representation

Artist Lecture by Wendy Red Star

Environments and Societies Colloquium
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3rd Annual Native American Studies Symposium: Dreaming to Knowledge: Acorn Eaters in Transnational Waters

Publication Mismatches: Is There a Common Currency for Academic Credit?

2014 Sheffrin Lecture in Public Policy
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3rd Annual Native American Studies Symposium: Dreaming to Knowledge: Acorn Eaters in Transnational Waters

Caves, Monks, and Brahmacarins: Seeing Ellora through its Jain Monuments
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Provost’s Forums on the Public University and the Social Good
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Andrew Szasz (Environmental Studies, UCSC) "Beyond Rounding Up the Usual Suspects: Identifying New, Unexpected Allies in the Struggle for Climate Policy"

"Hannah Arendt" Film Screening & Discussion

The Aporias of Urban Protest in Istanbul How Middle Class Revolt Undermines Itself Cihan Z. TuÄŸal
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CSIS/STS Event: Radionavigation and the Politics of Geographic Knowledge

"Investigating Indian Ocean Imaginaries: Navigating the Space between Orientalism and Slavery Denial"

“Peter” and “Paul” According to Bergson and Marx: Toward A Multirealist Methodology for an Anti-Global Society

Jim Campbell, Visiting Artist Lecture Series
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Medieval Symposium
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PhD Unlimited Expanding the Horizon of Non-Academic Careers
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Cold War Barrios: Mexican Spatial Politics during Chicago’s Age of Urban Renewal
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The UC Davis Stores presents Charles F. Walker (History, UC Davis) in a presentation of his new book THE TUPAC AMARU REBELLION

Adrian Ivakhiv (Environmental Studies, University of Vermont) "On Matters of Concern: Ecology, Ontological Politics, and the Anthropo(s)cene"
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