Upcoming Events

The Fight for Indian Democracy

The Department of Religious Studies is hosting a discussion on the recent developments in India regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Registry of Citizens (NRC). Widespread protests have broken out across the country against these moves taken by the central government.

Thiebaud Lecture: Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew, known for creating reflective abstract sculptural works that play upon the dystopic tension between order and chaos, will give the sixth Betty Jean and Wayne Thiebaud Endowed Lecture on Feb. 6. The event is free.

  • Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art
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Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment, is a deeply researched—and deeply disturbing—history of guns and gun laws in the United States, from the original colonization of the country to the present.

  • Blanchard Room, Stephens-Davis Branch Public Library (315 E. 14th St., Davis, CA)
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David Ohannessian and the Armenian Ceramics of Jerusalem: How War, Forced Migration, and Resilience Led to the Creation of an Iconic Art

The brilliant blue-green glazes of Jerusalem’s Armenian pottery have become a distinctive feature of the Holy City, but the origins of this iconic art spring from the historic ceramics center of Kütahya, in today’s northwest Turkey, and are entwined with the genocide of Ottoman Armenians during t