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2014–15 Events Cosponsored by the OHC

Spring 2015

April 3, 2015
Shantala Subramanyam, South Indian classical flute.
7:30 p.m, Beall Concert Hall. $10, $5 advance. $12, $8 at the door. Tickets: (541) 346-4363 or tickets.uoregon.edu. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: (541) 346-5678.

April 7, 2015
“The Greening of Chinese Literature: Shanshui Aesthetics and the Environmental Crisis.”
Andrea Riemenschnitter, Modern Chinese Studies, University of Zurich. 3:30 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Confucius Institute. Information: (541) 346-5056.

April 8, 2015
"The Indirect Costs of Global Health: African Universities and Invisible Labor in Transnational Science."
Johanna Crane, Anthropology, University of Washington. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa@uoregon.edu

April 9, 2015
“Rethinking Memory, Culture and Extreme Violence: The Holocaust and Colonialism in Fiction and Film.”
Maxime Silverman, Modern French Studies, University of Leeds. 4:30 p.m., 125 McKenzie Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: evgould@uoregon.edu

April 9, 2015
“Five Truths, Four Paradoxes and The Long Road Ahead.”
Ken Doctor from Newsonomics. 5:30 p.m., UO in Portland, White Stag Block, 70 NW Couch St. Sponsor: School of Journalism and Communication. Information: journalism.uoregon.edu/whatis/journalism

April 9, 2015
“South Korea as the World’s Most Wired Nation: Its Digital Democracy as a Real Life Case Study?”
Sang Jo Jong, director, Center for Law and Technology at Seoul National University. 7 p.m., 110 Knight Law Center. Sponsor: Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics. Information: nmdc.uoregon.edu

April 10–11, 2015
Conference: “What is Journalism? Exploring the Past, Present and Future.”
9 a.m.–7 p.m., UO in Portland, White Stag Block, 70 NW Couch St. Registration required. Sponsor: School of Journalism and Communication. Information: journalism.uoregon.edu/whatis/journalism

April 10, 2015
Symposium: “New Media and Democracy: Global Perspective Conference.”
9 a.m.–3:45 p.m., 110 Knight Law Center. Sponsor: Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics. Information: nmdc.uoregon.edu

April 14–August 16, 2015
Exhibit: "Gustavo Germano: Ausencias."
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: JSMA. Information: jsma.uoregon.edu

April 15, 2015
Music conversation: “Taking Over: The Life and Times of Boots Riley of The Coup.”
Boots Riley, poet, rapper, and community activist; and Brian Coleman, author and hip-hop journalist. 7 p.mw., 163 Music. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: kajikawa@uoregon.edu

April 16, 2015
“Myth and Miracles from the King Years.”
Taylor Branch, author of The King Years: Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement. 7 p.m., 156 Straub Hall. Sponsor: President’s Office. Information: hubin@uoregon.edu

April 20–24, 2015
Exhibit: “Bodies in the City: Otherness and Urbanism.”
Student art exhibition, in conjunction with 4/24 symposium. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., LaVerne Krause Gallery. Sponsor: Art History Association. Information: krause.uoregon.edu

April 21, 2015
Sustainability Seminar: Pisces interactive game.
Tom Segar, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, Arizona State University. Noon, 110 Willamette Hall. Sponsor: Institute of Ecology and Evolution. Information: ie2.uoregon.edu/seminars

April 22, 2015
"Women, Children, and Pesticides in West Africa—Tackling an Unacceptable Burden through Community Engagement."
Paul Jepson, Agriculture, Oregon State University. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa@uoregon.edu

April 23, 2015
Sustainability Seminar: Pisces interactive game.
Tom Segar, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, Arizona State University. 2 p.m., 115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Institute of Ecology and Evolution. Information: ie2.uoregon.edu/seminars

April 23, 2015
“Scale Drawing: Globalization and Contemporary Art in South Asia.”
Sonal Khullar, Art History, University of Washington. 6 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Art History Association. Information: cparry@uoregon.edu

April 23, 2015
Reading: Sidney Wade
, poet. 8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: crwrweb@uoregon.edu

April 24, 2015
Symposium: “Bodies in the City: Otherness and Urbanism.”
9 a.m.– 4 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Art History Association. Information: cparry@uoregon.edu

April 24–25, 2015
Conference: “Embodying Philosophy: Embodied Meaning, Mind, and Value”
9 a.m.–4 p.m., Jaqua Center Auditorium. Sponsor: Philosophy. Information: markj@uoregon.edu

April 24, 2015
“Mind and Freedom: Why the Brain Matters for Politics and Social Issues.”
George Lakoff, Cognitive Science and Linguistics, UC-Berkeley. 4 p.m., 180 PLC. Sponsor: Philosophy. Information: markj@uoregon.edu

April 25, 2015
"The Public Philosopher as Artist (sort of): One Way Philosophy Can Matter." Aaron Rodriguez, Philosophy and Religious Studies,
Morgan State University; and 2013-14 OHC Dissertation Fellow. 2:45 p.m., Jaqua Center Auditorium. Sponsor: Philosophy. Information: markj@uoregon.edu

April 25, 2015
"From Enron to Evo: Pipeline Politics, Global Environmentalism, and Indigenous Rights in Bolivia."
Derrick Hindery, International Studies. 5 p.m., Many Nations Longhouse. Sponsor: Coalition Against Environmental Racism. Information: CAER Facebook.

April 25, 2015
"Advancing Indigenous Rights, Culturally Appropriate 'Development' and Environmental Justice in Bolivia."
Carlos Cuasace Surubi, Chiquitano indigenous leader; and Waldo Mina Quiroga, Chiquitano advocate. 5:30 p.m., Many Nations Longhouse. Sponsor: Coalition Against Environmental Racism. Information: CAER Facebook.

April 25, 2015
"Indigenous Autonomy, Bolivia's New Constitution and the Mother Earth Law."
Bienvenido Zacu Mborobainchi, Guarayo indigenous leader. 6:15 p.m., Many Nations Longhouse. Sponsor: Coalition Against Environmental Racism. Information: CAER Facebook.

April 30, 2015
Colonial and Decolonial Connections Symposium
“Indigenous Masculinities, Militarization and Empire, and Native Pacific Studies.”
Ty Kāwika Tengan, Anthropology and Ethnic Studies, University of Hawai‘i-Mānoa. 3 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: OHC’s Indigenous Philosophy Research Interest Group. Information: ohc@uoregon.edu or (541) 346-3934.

April 30, 2015
Colonial and Decolonial Connections Symposium
“Beth Piatote: A Reading.”
Beth Piatote, Ethnic Studies, UC-Berkeley. 7 p.m., Many Nations Longhouse. Sponsor: OHC’s Indigenous Philosophy Research Interest Group. Information: ohc@uoregon.edu or (541) 346-3934.

May 1–3, 2015
“Women of Color Conference: Intertwined 2015.”
5/1, Many Nations Longhouse; 5/2-5/3, Global Scholars Hall. Sponsor: Multicultural Center. Information: uowocc2015@gmail.com

May 1, 2015
Colonial and Decolonial Connections Symposium
“Contested Domesticities: Love, Literature, and the Legal Imaginary.”
Beth Piatote, Ethnic Studies, UC-Berkeley. 1 p.m., 145 Straub Hall. Sponsor: OHC’s Indigenous Philosophy Research Interest Group. Information: ohc@uoregon.edu or (541) 346-3934.

May 1, 2015
Colonial and Decolonial Connections Symposium
“Structures of Settler Colonialism, Climate Justice and Indigenous Planning.”
Kyle Powys Whyte, Philosophy and Environmental Studies, Michigan State University. 4 p.m., 145 Straub Hall. Sponsor: OHC’s Indigenous Philosophy Research Interest Group. Information: ohc@uoregon.edu or (541) 346-3934.

May 1, 2015
Colonial-Postcolonial Speaker Series. David Theo Goldberg
, Comparative Literature and director, UC Humanities Institute, UC-Irvine. 3 p.m., 115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: lmillar@uoregon.edu

May 2, 2015
Cinema Pacific Film: A Bold Peace
(2015, 100 min.) 1 p.m., Bijou Art Cinemas, 492 E. 13th Ave. $6. Sponsor: Cinema Pacific Film Series. Information: cinemapacific.uoregon.edu

May 8, 2015
CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium
A conversation with Novella Carpenter
, author, Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer. Conversant: Jennifer Burns Bright, instructor, Food Studies and literature, and food writer. 1 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Center for the Study of Women in Society. Information: csws.uoregon.edu

May 8, 2015
CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium
Panel discussion: The Language of Baklava. Diana Abu-Jaber, author. 2:30 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Center for the Study of Women in Society. Information: csws.uoregon.edu

May 8, 2015
CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium
Lecture: “Scars of Suffering and Healing: A Black Feminist Vegan Perspective on Writing, Race, and Neoliberal Whiteness.”
A. Breeze Harper, editor, Sistah Vegan: Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society. 7:30 p.m., Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Sponsor: Center for the Study of Women in Society. Information: csws.uoregon.edu

May 9, 2015
CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium
Panel discussion: “Our Daily Bread: Women’s Stories of Food and Resilience.
” Diana Abu-Jaber, Novella Carpenter, Donna Henderson, and A. Breeze Harper. 9:30 a.m., Eugene Public Library, 100 W. 10th Ave. Sponsor: Center for the Study of Women in Society. Information: csws.uoregon.edu

May 9, 2015
CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium

Writing Workshops. 1:30–3:30 p.m., Eugene Public Library, 100 W. 10th Ave. Preregistration required. Sponsor: Center for the Study of Women in Society. Information: csws.uoregon.edu

May 9, 2015
CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium

Reading and talk: Novella Carpenter, author, Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer. 4 p.m., Eugene Public Library, 100 W. 10th Ave. Sponsor: Center for the Study of Women in Society. Information: csws.uoregon.edu

May 12, 2015
"Political Challenges and Failures in Response to the 2014 Ebola Outbreak."
Kim Yi Dionne, Government, Smith College. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa@uoregon.edu

May 12, 2015
Colonial-Postcolonial Speaker Series. Richard Rosa
, Romance Studies, Duke University. 5 p.m., Gerlinger Lounge. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: lmillar@uoregon.edu

May 13, 2015
"A Photographic Memory: Seeing the Disappeared."
Gustavo Germano, photographer. 7 p.m., 182 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: Latin American Studies. Information: las.uoregon.edu

May 14, 2015
Reading: Karen Russel
l, author of Sleep Donation: A Novella, and Willing Davidson, author of An American Type. 8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: crwrweb@uoregon.edu

May 18, 2015
“From Icon to Discourse: Nancy Cunard in the Collection of Claude McKay.”
Jeremy Braddock, English, Cornell University. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: English. Information: emagee@uoregon.edu

June 2, 2015
Colonial-Postcolonial Speaker Series. Anna More
, Spanish and Portuguese, UCLA and University of Brasília. 5 p.m., Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: lmillar@uoregon.edu

Winter 2015

January 8, 2015
Reading: Christine Sneed
, author of Little Known Facts. 8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: crwrweb@uoregon.edu

January 9, 2015
“Parallelism and Performance in the Artist Biographies of China’s Republican-Period (1911–49) Press.”
Amanda S. Wright, Art History, University of South Carolina. 3 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Confucius Institute. Information: (541) 346-5056.

January 15, 2015
"Roman de Silence: A Storyteller Performs the Maiden-Knight."
Dolores Hydock, storyteller and actress. 7 p.m., 177 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: rpsaki@uoregon.edu

January 15, 2015
Reading: Laila Lalami
, author of The Moor's Account and Secret Son. 8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: crwrweb@uoregon.edu

January 22, 2015
“Upgrading Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from The Gambia.”
Todd Pugatch, Economics, OSU. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa@uoregon.edu

January 22, 2015
Reading: Marjorie Celona
, author of Y. 8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: crwrweb@uoregon.edu

January 26, 2015
“Cervantes and Media Literacy: How to Teach Cervantes Today and Get Away with It.”
David Castillo, Romance Language and Literatures, SUNY-Buffalo. 3 p.m., 115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: (541) 346-3103.

February 16, 2015
“The Lexicon of the Baroque in Don Quijote, Part II.”
Roland Greene, English and Comparative Literature, Stanford University. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Comparative Literature. Information: (541) 346-0934.

February 17, 2015
“Beauty Diplomacy and Entrepreneurial Masculinity: State and Market in the Nigerian Beauty Pageant Industry.”
Kemi Balogun, Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa@uoregon.edu

February 17, 2015
Seminar: “Don Quijote vol. 2 at 400.”
Noon–2 p.m. Leona Tyler Conference Room, Susan Campbell Hall. Seating limited. Sponsor: Comparative Literature. Information and required reservations: middlebr@uoregon.edu

February 19, 2015
“Writing as Transgression of Boundaries.”
Louise Dupré, Quebec poet, novelist, and essayist. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: ksmcpher@uoregon.edu

February 19, 2015
Reading: Sara Eliza Johnson and Jeffrey Schultz, poets.
8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing Program. Information: (541) 346-0549.

February 19-21, 2015
Conference: “International Conference on Hispanic Film and Fiction.”
Portland State University and UO in Portland. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: cinelit.org

February 20, 2015
Reading: Louise Dupré
, Quebec poet, novelist, and essayist. 3 p.m., Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: ksmcpher@uoregon.edu

February 20-21, 2015
Symposium: “Living Data: Inhabiting New Media.”
Interdisciplinary symposium explores new media theory, data histories, network culture and information ecologies. Schedule TBA, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics. Information: waynemorsecenter.uoregon.edu

February 20, 2015
Keynote lecture: “Habitual New Media.”
Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Modern Culture and Media, Brown University. 10 a.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Keynote for the “Living Data: Inhabiting New Media” symposium. Sponsor: Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics. Information: waynemorsecenter.uoregon.edu

February 24, 2015
“Cervantes and the Moors.”
Barbara Fuchs, English, Comparative Literature, and Spanish, UCLA. 4:00 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: (541) 346-3103.

February 27, 2015
“Ping Pong Diplomacy: The Secret History behind the Game that Changed the World.”
Nick Griffin, author, Ping Pong Diplomacy. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: English. Information: tfickle@uoregon.edu

March 5, 2015
“Beyond Biopolitics: Cultural Economies of Disease Emergence and Re-Emergence in African Landscapes.”
Rebecca Hardin, Anthropology and Natural Resources & Environment, University of Michigan. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa@uoregon.edu

March 12, 2015
Music: “A Night of Puerto Rican Bomba with Proyecto Unión.”
Pablo Luis Rivera, co-director of Proyecto Unión. Bomba is an Afro-Puerto Rican drum and vocal music featuring the interaction between dancers and the drums. 7:30 p.m., Aasen-Hull Hall (190 Music). $12, $8. Tickets: UO Ticket Office (541) 346-4363 or tickets.uoregon.edu. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: (541) 346-5678.

March 13, 2015
“Hands Up & Breathe: A Conversation About Racial Justice and Hip Hop Culture with Jeff Chang and James Peterson.”
James Braxton Peterson, English and Africana Studies, Lehigh University; author, The Hip-Hop Underground and African American Culture: Beneath the Surface, and Jeff Chang, Executive Director, Institute for Diversity in the Arts, Stanford University; author, Who We Be:
The Colorization of America. 3 p.m., Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Sponsor: English. Information:emagee@uoregon.edu

March 18, 2015
Art lecture: “Museums, Chinese and Western: How Did They Come to Be So Different?”
Jerome Silbergeld, Chinese Art History, Princeton University. 5:30 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Confucius Institute. Information: (541) 346-5056.

Fall 2014

October 3, 2014
Russian Poetry at the End of the Soviet Empire.”
Ivan Akhmetev, Russian poet and laureate of the Andrei Bely Prize for Outstanding Contributions to Russian Literature. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: UO Libraries. Information: library.uoregon.edu/node/4428 or (541) 346-4001.

October 8, 2014
“‘Inner’ Emigration: Emigrating without Crossing Borders.”
Tatiana Neshumova, Russian poet and literary critic. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: UO Libraries. Information: library.uoregon.edu/node/4428 or (541) 346-4001.

October 9, 2014
Reading: Katy Didden,
poet, author of The Glacier’s Wake. 8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: (541) 346-0549.

October 10, 2014
“Trying Not to Try: Cooperation, Trust and the Paradox of Spontaneity.”
Ted Slingerland, Asian Studies, University of British Columbia. 4 p.m., 101 Jaqua Academic Center. Sponsor: Philosophy. Information: alfano@uoregon.edu

October 10, 2014
The Life and Work of the Russian Poets of the 21st Century.”
Ivan Akhmetev and Tatiana Neshumova. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: UO Libraries. Information: library.uoregon.edu/node/4428 or (541) 346-4001.

October 15, 2014
“Queen Mothers in Contemporary Asante in Ghana: Authority or Decorative Symbol?”
Beverly Stoeltje, Folklore, Indiana University. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa.uoregon.edu

October 23, 2014
Conference keynote: "Women, Gender, and Development: Past Insights, Future Possibilities."
Irene Tinker, Women's Studies, UC-Berkeley, and Jane Jaquette Politics and Diplomacy, Occidental College. 5 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Political Science. Information: blog.

October 23, 2014
"History of a Shiver: The Sublime Impudence of Modernism.”
Jed Rasula, English, University of Georgia. 5:30 p.m., 177 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: History of Art and Architecture. Information: joycec@uoregon.edu

October 24, 2014
Comics Pedagogy Symposium.
11 a.m.–3 p.m., EMU River Rooms. Sponsor: Comics Studies. Information: vold@uoregon.edu

October 24, 2014
Conference panel discussion: "Gender, Migration, and Care Work: Paid and Unpaid."
4 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Political Science. Information: blog.

October 24, 2014
Herbicides and Health Conference Panel discussion: “Natures in Doubt: Intersex in a Chemical Era.”
Elizabeth Reis, Women’s and Gender Studies; and Tyrone Hayes, Integrative Biology, UC-Berkeley. 3 p.m., 250 Clinical Services Building. Sponsor: Environmental Studies. Information: shaneh@uoregon.edu

October 24, 2014
Comics Pedagogy Symposium Keynote.
Hillary Chute, English, University of Chicago. 4 p.m., 282 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: Comics Studies. Information: vold@uoregon.edu

October 24, 2014
Conference keynote: "Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendancy, Western Decline, and the Hidden Currencies in Global Sex Work."
Kimberly Hoang, Sociolgoy and International Studies, Boston College. Sponsor: Political Science. Information: blog.

October 24, 2014
“Phusiri Marka: Roots Music from the Chilean Andes.”
Performing panpipe, tarka, and orquesta music, historically associated with Aymara-speaking highlands. 7:30 p.m., Beall Concert Hall. $12, $8. Tickets: UO Ticket Office (541) 346-4363 or tickets.uoregon.edu. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: (541) 346-5678.

October 25, 2014
Cinderella.
OrchestraNEXT, conducted by Brian McWhorter, performs Prokofiev’s score for the Eugene Ballet. 7:30 p.m., Hult Center for the Performing Arts. $53-$28. Tickets: hultcenter.org or (541) 682-5000. Sponsor: OrchestraNEXT. Information: eugeneballet.org/cinderella

October 26, 2014
Cinderella.
OrchestraNEXT, conducted by Brian McWhorter, performs Prokofiev’s score for the Eugene Ballet. 2 p.m., Hult Center for the Performing Arts. $53-$28. Tickets: hultcenter.org or (541) 682-5000. Sponsor: OrchestraNEXT. Information: eugeneballet.org/cinderella

November 4, 2014
“’Who is Marjorie Mensah?’ The Educated Woman and the Formation of a Modern West African Nation.”
Jinny Prais, Institute of African Studies, Columbia University. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa.uoregon.edu

November 6, 2014
Community Philosophy Institute’s Homelessness Project: “Homelessness, Security, and the Politics of Dys-Appearance.”
Chad Kautzer, Philosophy, University of Colorado, Denver. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Philosophy. Information: homelessness.philosophy.uoregon.edu

November 6, 2014
Reading: Amanda Coplin
, author of The Orchardist. 8 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: (541) 346-0549.

November 7, 2014
Roundtable Discussion: Community Philosophy Institute’s Homelessness Project.
UO community and local stake holders discuss homelessness in Eugene. 3–6 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Philosophy. Information: homelessness.philosophy.uoregon.edu

November 12–14, 2014
Conference: “The City in South Asia and Its Transnational Connections.”
10 a.m–5 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. Information: blogs.uoregon.edu/csatc or (541) 346-1521.

November 15, 2014
Pilipino Culture Night.
4:30–8 p.m., EMU Ballroom. Sponsor: Kultura Pilipinas. Information: uoregon.orgsync.com/org/kulturapilipinas

November 17, 2014
“Networking for Women’s Rights: Transnational Organizing in Southern Africa."
Yvonne Braun, International Studies and Women's and Gender Studies. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: africa.uoregon.edu

November 19, 2014
"A Reporter's First Hand Report: Assad, ISIS, Obama and US Middle East Policy."
Reese Erlich, CBC journalist. 12:30 p.m., 175 Knight Law Center. Sponsor: Mulitcultural Center. Information: http://law.uoregon.edu/cal/

November 21, 2014
The Literature of World War One: A Centennial Symposium.”
10 a.m.–4:15 p.m., Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Sponsor: English. Information: whalan@ uoregon.edu or (541) 346-1505.

December 19, 2014
The Nutcracker. OrchestraNEXT, conducted by Brian McWhorter, performs Tchaikovsky's score for the Eugene Ballet. 7:30 p.m., Hult Center for the Performing Arts. $53-$28. Tickets: hultcenter.org or (541) 682-5000. Sponsor: OrchestraNEXT. Information: eugeneballet/nutcracker

December 20, 2014
The Nutcracker. OrchestraNEXT, conducted by Brian McWhorter, performs Tchaikovsky's score for the Eugene Ballet. 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Hult Center for the Performing Arts. $53-$28. Tickets: hultcenter.org or (541) 682-5000. Sponsor: OrchestraNEXT. Information: eugeneballet/nutcracker

December 21, 2014
The Nutcracker. OrchestraNEXT, conducted by Brian McWhorter, performs Tchaikovsky's score for the Eugene Ballet. 2 p.m., Hult Center for the Performing Arts. $53-$28. Tickets: hultcenter.org or (541) 682-5000. Sponsor: OrchestraNEXT. Information: eugeneballet/nutcracker

 

Spring 2015

 


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