The Feminist Research Institute (FRI) invites presentation proposals from UC Davis graduate students, junior faculty, adjuncts, and independent and visiting scholars for the Feminist Futures Research Symposium to be held on January 23, 2020 from 1-6pm.
Kathy Butterly, who received her M.F.A. from UC Davis in 1990, has exhibited internationally and her art is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art; The Detroit Institute of Arts; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and the de Young Museum, San Francisco.
James Campbell, of Intellect Books & Journals, will discuss key aspects affecting contemporary academic publishing and offer advice and tactics to improve your chances of publishing a book, a chapter or a journal article.
Cultural Studies Colloquium presents, Who's Afraid of Cultural Studies? Recovering the Sociological Imagination, from C. Wright Mills to Stuart Hall. A talk by Ben Carrington, Associate Professor of Sociology and Journalism, University of Southern California.
You are invited to a talk in the Performance Studies Noon Forum series, “Believable Agents and Realist Actors: a histrionic history of artificial intelligence,” by Christopher Grobe, at 12:10 pm on Tuesday, October 29th in Wright Hall, Room 222.