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The Research Initiative in Environments and Societies (E&S) announces its second event of the winter 2020 quarter: Tuesday, February 25, from 12-2 pm in Voorhies Hall 126. **Note the return to VH 126 for E&S events.
Simone Browne is Associate Professor in the Department of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Her first book, Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness, was awarded the 2016 Lora Romero First Book Publication Prize by the Ameri
The book talk for Assistant Professor of Sociology Orly Clerge's The New Noir: Race, Identity & Diaspora in Black Suburbia (UC Press) is on Thursday, 4-6 pm in the Student Community Center, Meeting Room D.
The UC Davis Creative Writing program invites you to an informal talk by Tim Hunt entitled "Robinson Jeffers: Writing Nature, Writing Culture, and the Culture of Writing." Tim Hunt is the editor of the Collected Poems of Robinson Jeffers, and the talk will serve both as an excellent introduction
The Nineteenth-Century North American History Speaker Series will have its second lecture for this quarter with Dr. Julian Lim. Her lecture, "Aliens and Empire: Immigration and the Archipelagic Borderlands of the 'Greater' United States," will examine the federalization of U.S.
Join the Spatial Sciences Research Cluster, the community discussion branch of #maptimeDavis, for an Un-Workshop on ESRI StoryMaps, Tuesday 2/18 10:00-12:00 in the Data Lab Classroom, room 360 Shields Library!