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Popular Politics in Spanish South America, 1780-1850

Professor Gabriel Di Meglio (CONICET & Universidad de Buenos Aires) embarks on an ambitious synthesis of the multiple forms of lower-class participation in politics in the long transition from colony to republic.

  • Social Science and Humanities Building - Andrews Conference Room 2203
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IGCC Dissertation Fellowship

The Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation will award up to eleven regular dissertation fellowships and one specially designated Herb York IGCC Fellowship for the 2020-2021 academic year. Fellowships consist of a nine-month stipend of $25,000 to defray living expenses.

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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Buildings and Almost Buildings

Join Eric Bunge from nARCHITECTS at UC Davis in considering the future of architecture, or "Buildings and Almost Buildings."

  • Andrews Conference Room, SS&H Room 2203
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Tight Wire Politics: Approaching Tiefsinn

“Tight Wire Politics: Approaching Tiefsinn” displays how mainstream tight wire performances speak to individualized understanding of freedom and a settler-colonial attitude towards space.

  • Wright Hall Room 222
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