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Events for March, 2018 »
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CANCELED: “Vaginal Impressions: Gyno-Neurology and the Racial Origins of Sexual Difference,” Kyla Schuller in dialogue with Kathleen Frederickson

Chinese Tea Lecture: Brewing Tea with Ease

The Other American Moderns: Art Historical Research as a Form of Activism
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Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Sarah Roberts
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Pop Music CSI: Confessions of a Forensic Ethnomusicologist

Kathryn Moeller, The Gender Effect: Capitalism, Feminism, and the Corporate Politics of Development
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DHI Book Chat: Caren Kaplan

Luis Campos: “Neanderthals in Space: George Church’s Modest Steps Toward Possible Futures”

Borders are Obsolete: Relations Beyond the ‘Borderlands’ of Palestine and US-Mexico
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The Holy Office in the Republic of Letters: Censorship, Commerce and the European Information Order in the Seventeenth Century

Feminist Dialogue on Sustainability and Gender

Food Evolution Movie Screening & Discussion

Research Forum: How is your project related to racial capitalism?

Who? Julius Caesar Reimagined and a Few Thoughts on New Directions in Classics- Christopher Krebs

The Ganga: Rethinking the Sacred Pasts of the India’s Great River
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NEW DATE: "Vaginal Impressions: Gyno-Neurology and the Racial Origins of Sexual Difference," Kyla Schuller in dialogue with Kathleen Frederickson

CANCELED: Human Rights Lecture: The Trial Nobody Expected: Torture, Music, and Human Rights in the Americas
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Chinese Medicine Food Homology Lecture

Chinese Food Garnishing Workshop

Betty Jean and Wayne Thiebaud Endowed Lecture: Aliza Nisenbaum

La Huella Magistral: Homage to Master Printmakers
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Stories on Stage Davis, Non-Fiction Night
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How to Fix a Broken Immigration System: Enforce the Constitution
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NEW LOCATION: Movement Syllabi Hackathon Planning

Benjamin Kohlmann: “Speculative States: Britain’s Long Hegelian Moment, 1880-1920”

Artist Lecture by Holly Wilson
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Chinese Market Field Trip

QT’S Happy Hour: A QFT/HATCH Get Together

The Levine Family Lecture Series Presents, Ulrike Malmendier

Regional Change Public Dialogue Series: Livability
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African Perspectives: Farming and Female Empowerment with Martin Kailie
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