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2017–18 events sponsored or cosponsored by the OHC

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Spring 2018

May 31, 2018
African Studies Lecture Series: “Oil and the Licit Life of Capitalism in Equatorial Guinea.”
Hannah Appel, Anthropology and Economics, UCLA. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

May 31, 2018 (PDX)
From "I" to "We": The Role of the Citizen-Critic.
Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir. 7:30 p.m., UO in Portland. Sponsor: OHC's Kritikos Lectureship. Information: (541) 346-3934.

June 2, 2018
African Night.
African heritage and culture, dancing, poetry, and fashion. 5–8 p.m., EMU Ballroom. Sponsor: African Student Association. Information: asa@uoregon.edu

June 7, 2018
Film: Human Flow
(2017, 145 min.). A film by AI Weiwei, followed by discussion with Manuel Padilla. Noon, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Define American student group. Information: waynemorsecenter.uoregon.edu

June 21, 2018
“Ecomedia Arts Festival.”
Featuring work from a wide range of artists who reconceptualize media from environmental, ecological, and systems approaches. EMU. Sponsor: School of Journalism and Communication. Information: gmartine@uoregon.edu

June 26-28, 2018
“Building Ōsaka: Urban Dynamics Across Fifteen Centuries.”
International, bilingual, interdisciplinary conference focusing on aspects of the history of Ōsaka, Japan’s second largest city. Sponsor: Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. Information: (541) 346-5068.


Past Events

Spring 2018

April 6–7, 2018
Conference: “Russians in the Pacific Northwest: From Fort Ross to the Aleutian Islands.”
9:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Sponsor: Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies. Information: reees.uoregon.edu

April 6, 2018
"Human Rights, Human Progress."
Shirin Ebadi, first female judge in Iran, 2003 Nobel Peace Prize winner. 7 p.m., 156 Straub Hall. Sponsor: International Affairs. Information: peacejam.org

April 13, 2018
Mediterranean Migrations: “Burning the Mediterranean: Redefining the Sea through Rites and Sites of Clandestine Passage.”
Hakim Abderrezak, French and Francophone Studies, University of Minnesota. 4:30 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: wacks@uoregon.edu

April 10–14, 2018
Musicking Conference: "Cultural Considerations."
Full schedule. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: blogs.uoregon.edu/musicking

April 14, 2018
Mediterranean Migrations: “A Mercenary Logic? Muslim Soldiers in the Service of Christian Kings.”
Hussein Fancy, History, University of Michigan. 4 p.m., 403 Ford Alumni Center. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: wacks@uoregon.edu

April 14, 2018
Ballet: Peer Gynt
. Orchestra Next performs Edvard Grieg’s harmonic and theatrical score. 7:30 p.m., Hult Center for the Performing Arts. Sponsor: Eugene Ballet. Information: eugeneballet.org

April 15, 2018
Ballet: Peer Gynt.
Orchestra Next performs Edvard Grieg’s harmonic and theatrical score. 2 p.m., Hult Center for the Performing Arts. Sponsor: Eugene Ballet. Information: eugeneballet.org

April 16, 2018
African Studies Lecture Series: "Daily Traffic with the Frenchmen: Merchant Colonialism and West African Sovereignty in the Sixteenth-Century." Brett Rushforth, History. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

April 19–21, 2018 (PDX)
Conference: "What is Universe? COMMUNICATION • COMPLEXITY • COHERENCE."
UO in Portland, White Stag Block, 70 NW Couch St. Sponsor: School of Journalism and Communication. Information: whatis.uoregon.edu

April 20, 2018
14th Annual Art History Student Association Graduate Research Symposium “Contested Memories.”
9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m., Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Reception: 4:30–5:30 p.m., Lawrence Hall foyer. Keynote: “Contested Heritage, Contested Communities.” Tobias Wofford, Art and Art History, University of Virginia. 5:30–6:30 p.m. 115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: History of Art and Architecture. Information: cphill10@uoregon.edu

April 25, 2018
7th Annual CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium:“The Border and Its Meaning: Forgotten Stories.”
Panel Discussion. 3 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Keynote with Laila Lalami, author of The Moor’s Account. 6 p.m., Eugene Public Library, 100 W. 10th Ave. Sponsor: Center for the Study of Women in Society. Information: csws.uoregon.edu

April 25, 2018
“Idolatrous Ruskin.”
Jeremy Melius, Art and Art History, Tufts University. 3 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: fmoore@uoregon.edu

April 26, 2018
“Claude McKay's Amiable with Big Teeth and the Paradoxes of the Archive.”
Jean-Christophe Cloutier, English, University of Pennsylvania; and Brent Hayes Edwards, English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: English. Information: whalan@uoregon.edu

April 27, 2018
Workshop: Chicago Cuatro Orchestra.
8 a.m., Beall Concert Hall. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: music.uoregon.edu

April 27, 2018
Chicago Cuatro Orchestra.
Puerto Rican jibaro music. 7:30 p.m., Beall Hall. $12, $8. Tickets: tickets.uoregon.edu or (541) 346-4363. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: facebook.com/worldmusicseries

May 2, 2018
“The Invention of ‘Authentic’ Mexican Food: Rick Bayless, Diana Kennedy, Enrique Olvera.”
Ignacio Sanchez Prado, Romance Languages and Literatures, Washington University in Saint Louis. 3 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: fmoore@uoregon.edu

May 2, 2018
“Making Religious Peace: A Historical Interpretation.Wayne P. Te Brake, History, SUNY Purchase College. 3:30 p.m., 230 EMU. Sponsor: History. Information: dluebke@uoregon.edu

May 3, 2018
“The Myth of Disenchantment: Magic, Modernity, and the Birth of the Human Sciences.”
Jason Josephson-Storm, Religion, Williams College. 4 p.m., 125 McKenzie Hall. Sponsor: Religious Studies. Information: jschroe9@uoregon.edu

May 3–4, 2018 “Writing Migration Conference.” 5/3: 11 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room; Keynote: "The Migrant's Path/El Camino del Migrante" Fr. Alejandro Solalinde. 5:30 p.m., 180 PLC. 5/4: 8:30 a.m.–6 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: German and Scandinavian. Information: gerscan.uoregon.edu/writing-migration-conference/

May 9, 2018
“The Beekeeper: Performing Southern Black Women Who Love Women.”
Performative lecture centered on black lesbian oral histories. E. Patrick Johnson, Carlos Montezuma Professor of Performance Studies and African American Studies, Northwestern University. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Information: shoniqua@uoregon.edu

May 9, 2018
"Discovering Empire: France and the Atlantic World from the Age of Discovery to the Age of Revolution."
Brett Rushforth, History, and 2017-18 OHC Faculty Research Fellow. 2 p.m., Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, 975 High St. Sponsor: OLLI. Information: osher.uoregon.edu

May 9, 2018
“Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Lecture.”
Karletta Chief (Diné), Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences, University of Arizona; and Margaret Hiza-Redsteer (Crow), climate and ecosystem scientist. 6:30 p.m., Many Nations Longhouse. Sponsor: Clark Honors College. Information: ccip.uoregon.edu

May 10, 2018
“Environmental Justice, Race, and Public Lands: A Symposium.”
Welcome: 9:30 a.m. Panels: 10 a.m.–12 p.m. and 2–4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Center for Environmental Futures. Full schedule and information: blogs.uoregon.edu/ejrpl

May 10, 2018
Keynote: “Environmental Justice, Race, and Public Lands.”
Kyle Powys Whyte (Citizen Potawatomi Nation), Philosophy and Community Sustainability, Michigan State University. 7:30 p.m., 156 Straub Hall. Sponsor: Center for Environmental Futures. Full schedule and information: blogs.uoregon.edu/ejrpl

May 11, 2018
“Environmental Justice, Race, and Public Lands: A Symposium.”
Panels: 9–11:30 a.m. and 2–4 p.m., 177 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Center for Environmental Futures. Full schedule and information: blogs.uoregon.edu/ejrpl

May 11, 2018
Keynote: “Environmental Justice, Race, and Public Lands.”
Carolyn Finney, Geography, University of Kentucky; author of Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans and the Great Outdoors. 7:30 p.m., 156 Straub Hall. Sponsor: Center for Environmental Futures. Full schedule and information: blogs.uoregon.edu/ejrpl

May 14, 2018
Reading: Susan Choi
, novelist, author of My Education. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Clark Honors College. Information: cheng@uoregon.edu

May 14, 2018
“Tibetan Buddhism in the World.”
Sara Shneiderman, Anthropology, University of British Columbia; Sienna Craig, Anthropology, Dartmouth College; and Tulku Jigme Rinpoche, Palmo Center for Peace and Education. 7 p.m., 182 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: Religious Studies. Information: munno@uoregon.edu

May 15, 2018
African Studies Lecture Series: “The New African Diaspora Writer and the Idea of a Convivial Humanity.”
Lokangaka Losambe, English/Literature, University of Vermont. Noon, Knight Ljibrary Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

May 15, 2018
Elizabeth Woody
, Oregon Poet Laureate and Warm Springs Tribal member. 4:15 p.m., 180 PLC. Sponsor: Native American Studies. Information: kbrown@uoregon.edu

May 16, 2018
“Reading Aimé Césaire in the Era of Black Lives Matter.”
Frieda Ekotto, Comparative Literature, University of Michigan. 3 p.m., 100 Willamette Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: fmoore@uoregon.edu

May 16, 2018
“Modern Jewish Life in Russia: A Showing of Several Short Documentaries by Galina Evtushenko.”
6 p.m., Crater Lake North, EMU. Sponsor: UNESCO Crossings Institute. Information: shankman@uoregon.edu

May 17, 2018
“Moving beyond “the Media”: Critical Intersections between Folklorization and Mediatization.”
Charles L. Briggs, Folklore, UC-Berkeley. 1:30 pm, 204 Condon Hall. Sponsor: Folklore. Information: (541) 346-1505.

May 17, 2018
“Defective and Deficient: Thinking About “Bad” Bodies.”
Eli Clare, disability and queer theorist and activist. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Philosophy. Information: zambrana@uoregon.edu

May 17, 2018
"Small Wonders, Huge Success: Curating Medieval Sculpture in a Modern World.” Sasha Suda, Assistant Curator, European Art, Art Gallery of Ontario. 5:30 p.m., 110 Fenton Hall. Sponsor: History of Art and Architecture. Information: design.uoregon.edu/events

May 17, 2018
Film: Leo Tolstoy and Mahatma Gandhi: A Double Portrait in the Interior of the Age
(2016). Directed by Galina Evtushenko. 7 p.m., Gerlinger Alumni Lounge. Followed by discussioin with the director. Sponsor: UNESCO Crossings Institute. Information: shankman@uoregon.edu

May 18, 2018
"The Partnership of Zeus and Gaia in Hesiod's Theogony."
Nancy Felson, Classics (emerita), University of Georgia. 5 p.m., 111 Susan Campbell Hall. Sponsor: Classics. Information: eckerman@uoregon.edu

May 18, 2018
DEMA African Ensemble.
8 p.m., Dougherty Dance Theatre, Gerlinger Annex. $12, $8, free with student ID. Tickets: tickets.uoregon.edu or (541) 346-4363. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: music.uoregon.edu

May 19, 2018
DEMA African Ensemble.
8 p.m., Dougherty Dance Theatre, Gerlinger Annex. $12, $8, free with student ID. Tickets: tickets.uoregon.edu or (541) 346-4363. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: music.uoregon.edu

May 23, 2018
"Sagebrush Rebellion: How Harney County Chose Cooperation over Rebellion."
Peter Walker, Geography and Environmental Studies, and 2017-18 OHC Faculty Research Fellow. 2 p.m., Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, 975 High St. Sponsor: OLLI. Information: osher.uoregon.edu

May 23, 2018
“The Face on Film: Made and Unmade.”
Noa Steimatsky, fellow, American Council of Learned Societies. 3 p.m., 100 Willamette Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: fmoore@uoregon.edu

May 29, 2018
“Wonder, Poetry, and Words Beyond Words.”
Piero Boitani, Comparative Literature, University of Rome, Sapienza. 4 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: English. Information: warren@uoregon.edu

May 30, 2018
From "I" to "We": The Role of the Citizen-Critic.
Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir. 7:30 p.m., 182 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: OHC's Kritikos Lectureship. Information: (541) 346-3934.

Winter 2017

January 22, 2018
"Gender, Citizenship, and Diminishing Access: Goréen Women in Post-Emancipation Senegal."
Sarah Zimmerman, History, Western Washington University. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

January 24, 2018
"American Identity in the Age of Trump." 
George Packer, author of The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America. 7:30 p.m., 182 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: OHC's Kritikos Lecture. Information: (541) 346-3934. Watch George Packer's lecture

January 25, 2018
“Asian Socialism, Magical Realism.” 
Colleen Lye, English, UC-Berkeley. 3:30 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: English. Information: sluk@uoregon.edu

January 25, 2018—Portland
"American Identity in the Age of Trump." 
George Packer, author of The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America. 7:30 p.m., UO in Portland, White Stag Block, 70 NW Couch St. Sponsor: OHC's Kritikos Lecture. Information: (541) 346-3934.

January 29, 2018
"Sugar Disease, Bitter Medicine: living with diabetes in an urban poor Ghanaian community."
Ama de-Graft Aikins, Psychology/Global Health, University of Ghana. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

February 4, 2018
Machaut Mass and propers for Candlemas.”
Capella Romana with guest vocalist Marcel Pérès. 3 p.m., Central Lutheran Church, 1857 Potter St. Sponsor: Medieval Studies. Information: sshoemak@uoregon.edu

February 5, 2018
“‘Stuck in the Middle with You’: Medieval Chinese Political Culture and the Odd Reigns of the Tang Emperor Zhongzong 唐中宗 (r. 684 and 705-710).”
Anthony deBlasi, History, State University of New York-Albany. 4 p.m.,115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Confucius Institute. Information: confucius.uoregon.edu

February 7, 2018
“Collecting and Displaying Classical Art: Some Historical, Practical, and Ethical Considerations.”
Kenneth Lapatin, Associate Curator of Antiquites, J. Paul Getty Museum. 5:30 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: JSMA. Information: kseaman@uoregon.edu

February 8, 2018
“Museum Careers for Students.”
Kenneth Lapatin, Associate Curator of Antiquites, J. Paul Getty Museum. 10 a.m., 206 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: JSMA. Information: kseaman@uoregon.edu

February 13, 2018
Native American Storyteller Night: “In the Time of Legends.”
5:30 p.m., Many Nations Longhouse. Sponsor: Many Nations Longhouse. Information: (541) 346-6262.

February 14, 2018
African Studies Lecture.
“Teaching and Researching on Mongo Beti,” Andre Djiffack, Romance Languages. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

February 19, 2018
"(Un)Bound Self Portraits."
Alex Gil, English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University. 4 p.m., 145 Straub Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: rlgsaboard@gmail.com

February 21, 2018
World Music Series: Ustad Shafaat Khan
, Indian classical and folk music. 7:30 p.m., Beall Concert Hall. $12, $8. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: facebook.com/worldmusicseries

March 1, 2018
“Vertical Living: A Catalyst for Women's Liberation in Postwar Japan.”
Barbara Sato, History (emerita), Seikei University. Noon, 185 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. Information: caps.uoregon.edu

March 7, 20187
"Beijing Water 1908-2008: The Development of China’s Capital and its Most Elusive Resource."
Thomas Hahn, History, UC-Berkeley. 4 p.m., 145 Straub Hall. Sponsor: Confucius Institute. Information: confucius.uoregon.edu

March 9, 2018
“What Neuroaesthetics Can Tell Us About Art.”
Carsten Strathausen, German and English, University of Missouri, Columbia. Noon, 115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: History of Art and Architecture. Information: benefiel@uoregon.edu

March 13, 2018
“We the People”: Expanding the Circle of Citizenship.
Robin Wall Kimmerer, director, Center for Native Peoples and the Environment. 7:30 p.m., 182 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: OHC's Clark Lecture. Information: (541) 346-3934.

March 15, 2018
"(Un)Bound Self Portraits."
Cristina Moreiras-Menor, Peninsular (Spanish) Studies and Women's Studies, University of Michigan. 3:30 p.m, 115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: rlgsaboard@gmail.com

Fall 2017

CANCELLED: October 4, 2017
Reading: Arrival. Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, poet. Featuring a performance by the UO Poetry Slam Team. 7 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: English. Information: (541) 346-1505.

October 5, 2017
"From the Front Lines: A Conversation with Maria Hinojosa"
, host of NPR's Latino USA. 7:30 p.m., 156 Straub Hall. Sponsor: OHC's Cressman Lecture. Information: (541) 346-3934.

October 6, 2017
“A Pre-History of Zoonotic Outbreaks in Southeastern Cameroon.”
Tamara Giles-Vernick, Institut Pasteur, Paris. Noon, EMU Crater Lake North. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

October 12, 2017
“Why Aren’t There More Black People in Oregon?: A Hidden History.”
Walidah Imarisha, Oregon Book Award winner. 3:30 p.m., Jaqua Center Auditorium. Sponsor: CSWS. Information: csws.uoregon.edu/imarisha

October 15, 2017
Trio Mochima.
Venezuelan folk music. 7:30 p.m., Beall Concert Hall. $12, $8. Tickets: tickets.uoregon.edu or (541) 346-4363. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: music.uoregon.edu

October 19, 2017
“Communication, Communion, and Confrontation in Puerto Rican Art.”
Antonio Martorell, painter, graphic artist, writer, and radio and television personality. 4 p.m., Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: Romance Languages. Information: enjuto@uoregon.edu

October 24, 2017
“Manuel Rui and the Postcolonial Angola that Is Not.”
Lanie Millar, Romance Languages. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

October 24, 2017
“Define American: My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant.”
Jose Antonio Vargas, 2017–18 Wayne Morse Chair, and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker. 7 p.m., 156 Straub Hall. Sponsor: Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics. Information: waynemorsecenter.uoregon.edu

October 26, 2017
“Shooting the Enemy.”
Harry Allen, hip hop activist and publisher of the blog Media Assassin. 6:30 p.m., Jaqua Center Auditorium. Sponsor: School of Music and Dance. Information: kajikawa@uoregon.edu

November 2, 2017
"Beauties and Scraps.”
Deidre Lynch, Literature, Harvard University. 2 p.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: OHC’s Coleman-Guitteau Professorship. Information: cheng@uoregon.edu

November 2, 2017
“Archives, Materiality, History.”
Lisa Lowe, English and Humanities; Consortium of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora; and Director of the Center for the Humanities at Tufts University. 3 p.m., EMU Gumwood Room. Sponsor: History and Ethnic Studies Information: lpulid@gmail.edu

November 6, 2017
“Getting Published: What Everyone Needs to Know.”
Niko Pfund, Global Academic Publisher of Oxford University Press, and President of Oxford University Press, USA. 10 a.m., Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Folklore. Information: (541) 346-1505.

November 6, 2017
“Why a Career in Publishing Might Be For You: What to Do When You Want to Work in a Creative Environment but Don’t Want to Go to Grad School, Work for Free, or Go Into Debt.”
Niko Pfund, Global Academic Publisher of Oxford University Press, and President of Oxford University Press, USA. 1 p.m,. Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Folklore. Information: (541) 346-1505.

November 8, 2017
“Mistreated: the Political Aftermath of HIV Treatment Expansion in Lesotho.”
Nora Kenworthy, Anthropology and Global Health, University of Washington. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: African Studies. Information: graboyes@uoregon.edu

November 9, 2017
The Source Family
(2012, 98 min.). Screening and discussion with director Jodi Wille. 7 p.m., 115 Lawrence Hall. Sponsor: Folklore. Information: dwojcik@uoregon.edu

November 14, 2017
"Madness: Inside Out."
Gail Hornstein, Psychology, Mount Holyoke College. 3:30 p.m., 111 Lillis Hall. Sponsor: OHC's Wulf Professorship. Information: mewood@uoregon.edu

November 16, 2017
Reading: Robin Coste Lewis
, poet, Voyage of the Sable Venus. 8 p.m. Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Creative Writing. Information: (541) 356-0549.

November 17, 2017
“Sovereignty in the Law, Sovereignty in Our Stories.”
Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee), lawyer and playwright. Noon, Knight Library Browsing Room. Sponsor: Ethnic Studies. Information: (541) 436-0900.

November 16–17, 2017
Symposium: "Baroque Tapestry and the Rome of the Barberini."
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Sponsor: JSMA. Information: jsma.uoregon.edu/Barberini

November 17, 2017
Reading: Sliver of a Full Moon,
a play by Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee), will be read by a group of Native Studies faculty, students, and community members. 6 p.m., Many Nations Longhouse. Sponsor: Ethnic Studies. Information: (541) 436-0900.

November 27, 2017
“So You Want to Publish in a History Journal…”
Joshua Piker, editor, William and Mary Quarterly; and History, College of William and Mary. Noon, 375 McKenzie. Sponsor: History. Information: bhrush@uoregon.edu

Summer 2017

June 30–July 2, 2017
Conference: "Celebrating 20 Years of NILI–Local to Global Perspectives on Language Revitalization and Documentation."
145 Straub Hall.

July 10-15, 2017
20th Annual Summer Institute in American Philosophy: “American Philosophy in Black”. Keynote speaker: Melvin Rogers, Scott Waugh Chair in the Division of Social Sciences and Associate Professor of Political Science & African American Studies at UCLA. Sponsor: Philosophy.

 

 

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